Festive Season – Office Closure PeriodDecember 12, 2017

Merry Christmas 2017

As we near the start of the festive season we’d like to thank all of our clients, industry peers and staff for their business and support during 2017. We wish everyone a happy and safe holidays and look forward to seeing you all in 2018.

Please note that our offices will be closed from December 18 2017 and will re-open January 3 2018. You can still reach our consultants via their email and mobile numbers should you require anything.

Pre-Christmas Pre-Feasibility!December 6, 2017

PFS December 2017

More Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) work has kept us busy of late, this time for a client with a world class deposit that stretches out over a very long strike. With the optimisation work producing lots of Whittle shells, there’s a stack of preliminary design and scheduling work to complete before Christmas, but our Auralia engineers are enjoying the challenge of completing the mining technical work on this exciting project!

Technical Works in the Auralia OfficesNovember 29, 2017

Technical Ortho Photo RMS

It sure has been busy around here of late, with many trying to finalise their technical work as we enter the silly season. One of our jobs has been to assist a client with their long term planning through pit and waste dump designs. Fitting the designs to the existing pit and surface infrastructure constraints added to the complexity of this particular project, but our Auralia Engineers are always up to the challenge!

Auralia can help you get through the ups and downs of the festive season, from quick model runs and optimisations, through to filling holes in your onsite roster – just drop us a line to see what we can for you.


Dennis Tackles the 2017 MTB Cape to CapeNovember 19, 2017


Auralia staffer Dennis Morrison once again took his yearly pilgrimage down south a few weeks ago to compete in the MTB Cape To Cape event. Held over 3 days, Dennis came 65th out of around 1,800 competitors (he’s the guy under the red arrow!). A pretty good job indeed, well done Dennis!

For more information on the event head here

(Group photo copy write: Travis Dean of FLOW Photography)

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