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Gold was discovered at Niagara in February 1895 by Northmore and Doolette, and by February 1896 the rapid growth of the area was such that the Niagara Progress Committee wrote to the Government requesting the declaration of a Townsite
The Niagara townsite was gazetted in 1896. Niagara derives its name from Niagara Falls, "Niagara Falls", most likely in jest at their size. The falls have a total drop of three metres. In 1897 the Railways Department built a large concrete wall dam here, known as Niagara Dam.
Kookynie Gold Project, WA
Retracing the forgotten footsteps of the past
Substantial workings, historical high grade production, adjacent resources
This historically productive region has produced over 500,000 Oz and has undergone a revival of activity in recent years with encouraging resource growth and exploration results by neighbours such as Genesis Minerals, Iris Metals, Carnavale Resources and Metallicity.
Our journey through collaboration
We are thankful for the support of company shareholders, stakeholders and traditional owners in Regener8’s activities.
R8R Successful IPO listing on ASX
In July of 2022, Regener8 Resources officially listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Kookynie Gold Project Airborne
geophysical survey completed
Regener8 hit the ground running post its listing on the ASX, completing airborne geophysical surveys at the Kookynie project.
Regener8 Company Milestones
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