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Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990 – Section 15(5)

Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) (Mineral Industries) Regulations 2019 – Regulation 22(1) and Schedule 1

  1. Name and address of applicant(s): Rovatec Resources Pty Ltd, Unit 7, 11 Ventnor Avenue, West Perth, WA 6005 Telephone 08 9322 ...
  2. Contact details of applicant (for map and other information requests):

Telephone No – 0419 341... Email –

  1. Applicant’s website: Further information about this application is available at the following website:
  2. Details of the application:

Application Number: EL007976

Locality of the land to which the application relates: approximately 4 km west of Douglas and 31 km east of Edenhope in Western Victoria

Approximate area of application (Graticular Sections): 58 grats

Date of the application: 27 June 2024

Term the licence is applied for: 5 years

Outline of the proposed program of work: Rovatec Resources is exploring for Mineral Sands and Rare Earth Elements. Proposed work includes, drilling, resource modelling, bulk sampling and metallurgical testwork. Community engagement is to be undertaken through all stages of exploration.

  1. Objections or Comments:

Any person may object or comment to a licence being granted. (Sections 24 and 24A, Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990).

A person who objects or comments must:

  1. put the objection or comment in writing; and
  2. include the grounds on which it is made.

All objections or comments must be lodged within 21 days after the latest date on which the application was advertised and can be lodged online or posted to: The Minister for Energy and Resources, c/- Manager Licensing, Earth Resources Regulator, PO Box 500, East Melbourne VIC 8002.

It is recommended that objections or comments are lodged online at to ensure timely consideration.

Enquiries can be made by writing to the Manager Licensing at the above address or by phoning the Earth Resources Information Centre on 136 186.

6. Other Information:

(a) Subject to other requirements being satisfied, an exploration licence, if granted, entitles the holder of the licence to explore and search for minerals in the relevant land, but does not entitle the holder to undertake mining.

(b) Further information regarding the requirements that must be complied with prior to work being undertaken is available at the department’s Community & Land Use page:

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