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Kemp Realestate Working with Ceduna Waters Development

New, Socialon July 26th, 2010No Comments

Ceduna Waters is not just another faceless real estate company. Personnel like Kirsty Lewis, seen here with Hon. Patrick Conlon
MP and Steven Kemp the Principle of Kemp Realestate, have been assigned to answer any of your questions. You can ask for Kirsty by name and she will assist with any of your inquiries on this exciting new project.

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Great Support from Council Planner

New, Socialon July 26th, 2010No Comments

The Ceduna Waters project was not just thrown together overnight. People like Theo Theodosiou, seen here with Hon. Patrick Conlon MP, is a Planner for the Ceduna Council and has worked closely with the Ceduna Waters team ensuring that the project meets with all council requirements and within the regions development plans. The result is a fully compliant development project that has the backing of the local councils.

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The Opening Speech Hon. Patrick Conlon, MP

New, Socialon July 26th, 2010No Comments

The Ceduna Waters project has not just caught the eye of local developers. Scott Rowlands the Managing Director for Carramatta Holdings, seen here with the Hon. Patrick Conlon MP, has an interest in the project. Three years ago Carramatta Holdings invested in a large industrial estate near Port Augusta as a resource for the Olympic Dam project. People from this project, and Oxiana at Prominent Hill, could find a home in Ceduna Waters a welcome change from their mining occupations.

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Official Opening Plaque Close Up

New, Socialon July 26th, 2010No Comments

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Iluka Resources Good News for Ceduna

New, Socialon July 26th, 2010No Comments

Iluka Resources is expanding its satellite mining 

operation in the state’s west, near Ceduna. The newly discovered ilmenite, leucoxene and zircon deposits are expected to extend the forecasted 10 year operation of the Jacinth-Ambrosia mining area. The Typhoon deposit, as it is named, will be examined further to determine what all the options are.

 

The discovery and deposit estimates were made in accordance with the Australian industry guidelines for the reporting of exploration results and was part of the brownfield exploration strategy. The deposit was also found to have low clay content making it suitable for options like the company’s rutile kilns.

 

This discovery is of course good news for Ceduna as it will give the workers in these mines more reason to invest in the city and perhaps buy a new home there.

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Take advantage of the affordable prices

New, Uncategorizedon July 20th, 2010Comments Off on Take advantage of the affordable prices

    Get your copy of the price list now. It’s free, non-binding, and we don’t ask for anything in return. Just “rise your hand” – let us know you’d like to receive your copy of the price list, and we’ll send it to you immediately.

    Seeing is believing.

Helix Resources

New, Socialon July 20th, 2010No Comments

    Helix Resources and Minotaur Exploration are working together on a gold project called Tunkillia at Lake Everard, which is located 145 km northeast of Ceduna in the Gawler Craton.

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Opening Of Ceduna Waters

New, Socialon July 7th, 2010No Comments

An amazing sunset, became the start of the preceeding of the opening
of the Ceduna Waters.

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Iluka Resources

Infrastructure, Mining, New, Opportunityon June 29th, 2010Comments Off on Iluka Resources

Iluka Resources

The most recent project implemented in the area is a $420 million mine called Jacinth-Ambrosia some 200 km northwest of Ceduna Waters. Operated by Iluka Resources, this mine is expected to establish South Australia as a major world supplier of mineral sands.

Jacinth-Ambrosia expects to employ 110 personnel during operation.

“It’s significance is that this deposit’s combination of size and high zircon quality makes it the richest known zircon deposit in the world,” Premier Mike Rann said when opening the mine.

Mr. Rann also said that “This multi-million dollar mining investment in the past three years has boosted local businesses and employment”.

In addition to that, Iluka have discovered a number of other mineral sands deposits in the Eucla Basin including Tripitaka, Gullivers, Dromedary, Typhoon and Mojave. The uranium potential of the Eucla Basin is also being evaluated by Iluka.

Stay close to the nature

Lifestyle, Newon June 29th, 2010Comments Off on Stay close to the nature

Stay close to the nature

Feel the natural charm of outback wilderness and untouched coastline. Watch whales in the ocean during the whale season (in winter). Explore the beautiful ancient Gawler Ranges.

Ceduna Waters takes you far away from the vanity of over-industrialized cities, and surrounds you with the loveliness of virgin nature.