Worldwide Tenement Security Software

An independent tenement management database software with the built-in ability to adapt rules and regulations from the ever-changing mines department to ensure clients keep their tenure up to date and in good standing.

The software is intuitive and provides an accurate record of commitments, whilst tracking compliance of reporting requirements nationally and worldwide.


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Ground Mapping Software

The software monitors tenure changes in property ownership near client project areas to detect and enable opportunities for new ground acquisition. Visual representation of these ground movements are seen on a map and is automatically forwarded to clients via email notifications.


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All tenement requirements from application to expiry are governed by mines department requirements

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Manage your mineral rights globally, with access to the system wherever you operate in the world

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Portable and cloud based - access real time knowledge of tenure status securely online 24/7

Global Tenement Management Software


Reliable and secure, proven to achieve the results excellent tenure management requires.

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Empowering you to take control of your tenure with the tools to make better decisions about expenditure


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Menzies to Kalgoorlie Bike Race

June 5, 2021 By 

Australia’s Richest Handicap Cycle Race

Cycling has been part of the Goldfields since the courier cyclist in the 1890’s carried messages around the Goldfields before the telegraph line came to the region. This year’s Minara Resources Goldfields Cyclassic will continue as a two-stage handicap race across the rich and historic landscape of the Western Australian outback from Kalgoorlie-Boulder to Menzies and on to Leonora....

South Kalgoorlie -How it came to be

Western Mail 26th Dec 1946

Ex-servicemen have banded together for a building project at Kalgoorlie

The Housing Problem   –    Enterprise on the Goldfields        by K, Douglas

DUE to the initiative and willingness of a band of ex servicemen, a model community centre is well under way to being completed at Salisbury-road, South Kalgoorlie, The area is adjacent to the Kalgoorlie racecourse, and in the heyday of the goldfields was a well built on area.

Those responsible for the scheme are members of the 2/28th Battalion Association, and the 24th Tank Attack Association, who found they had men in their associations who had no accommodation for housing their families.

WITH other goldfields men who had served in the A.I.F,  R.A.N., and R.A.A.F., a total number of 22 formed themselves into a mutual help organisation, with the Intention of providing homes for themselves and their families.

By each man contributing to a fund, £1,300 was. raised. This purchased the land, and by dispatching two of their members to Wiluna, the Lake Way Hostel, a dwelling of 22 rooms, was bought. Materials from this dwelling will complete the first six homes.


A Nugget of Gratitude

April 3, 2021 By Moya Sharp

The Donors Of Famous Nugget:  Mrs. Lynch, the first woman to be married at Coolgardie, and her sister, Mrs. Airey and inset the brooch on which is mounted the original nugget of gold found by Paddy Hannan at Kalgoorlie and presented to Mrs. Lynch by the famous prospector himself.

There have been bids from all over the world, but up to the present, the owner has refused all offers and has now asked the Lord Mayor of Perth (Dr. T. W. Meagher) to dispose of the nugget in aid of the war funds.

The owner of the famous piece of gold is Mrs Clara Lynch, now a resident of Southern Cross, but who has the distinction of being the first girl to have been married at Coolgardie. She went to the famous gold town In 1892 and a year later, at the age of 15, she was appointed manageress of Evan Wisdom’s Exchange Hotel.

She had known both Bayley and Patrick Hannan at Parker’s Range in 1892. Her next meeting with Hannan was in December 1893 – six months after the discovery which rocked the world. The famous prospector came to the Exchange Hotel in Coolgardie, very ill through drinking bad water. Mrs. Lynch (known as Miss Clara Saunders at that time), whose fame had spread throughout the Goldfields for her willing help to distressed prospectors, gave up her own bedroom to ensure that he would be comfortable.