AngloGold Ashanti Australia

AngloGold Ashanti Australia


AngloGold Ashanti Limited (AngloGold Ashanti) is a global gold mining company with a diverse, high-quality portfolio of operations, and projects and exploration activities across nine countries on four continents.

AngloGold Ashanti Australia (AGAA) owns the Sunrise Dam and Tropicana (70%) operations, both of which are in the north-eastern goldfields of Western Australia. AGAA produces between 500,000-600,000 oz of gold annually.


AngloGold Ashanti’s six values guide all decisions made and the actions taken in the conduct of our business. These values link our business activities to our environmental, social and governance (ESG) responsibilities.


At AngloGold Ashanti Australia, we believe that we cannot truly value the diversity of our employees without providing an inclusive workplace where all employees are able to thrive. The AngloGold Ashanti Australia Diversity and Inclusion committee was established to support the creation of a workplace culture where all employees are able to bring their whole self to work.

Key achievements of the committee have been the expansion of parental leave benefits, the establishment of the Our Pride LGBTQI+ Ally Network and Leadership Group, the roll out of Halal food options on sites and the development of a Conscious Inclusion training programme. This is amongst many other initiatives and an exciting pipeline of projects for 2022 – including the development of an internal Women’s Network and Gender Equity Leadership Group.


AGAA has adopted a holistic approach to Wellbeing in our workplaces. We are committed to reducing the risk of incident, injury, or adverse long-term health due to psychosocial risk factors and have a range of programmes in place to promote thriving, supported by a comprehensive Wellbeing Strategy.


For almost two decades AGAA has actively supported education, youth, community development and health programmes in communities across the Western Australian goldfields, from Laverton to Kalgoorlie-Boulder and beyond, including the remote Aboriginal community of Tjuntjuntjara.

Supporting education programmes at Eastern Goldfields College, Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School and John Paul College remains a strong focus. Education and employment initiatives are also delivered through long-term partnerships with indigenous academies: Kalgoorlie Clontarf Academy, the Kalgoorlie Girls Academy and the Graham Farmer Follow the Dream Programme. Along with annual funding support for these organisations, AngloGold Ashanti Australia offers mine site tours, exposure to a wide variety of careers in the mining industry and a transition-to-work programme.

Through its membership of the Gold Industry Group, the company supports the Shooting Stars Netball programme for indigenous girls and our employees facilitate delivery of the GIG National Gold Education Programme in schools.

AGAA also supports a ‘Think Local, Buy Local and Employ Local’ strategy to promote business opportunities and the growth of local supply networks.


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