About Cutting Edge

From acorns, big trees grow. The Melbourne Mining Club’s commitment to the resources sector is highlighted in our Cutting Edge events which provide a forum for small-to mid-cap exploration and development companies to showcase their activities, management and business strategies in an informal gathering on a Tuesday afternoon, starting at 5.30 pm, at the Melbourne Town Hall.

Five times a year, the movers and shakers in minerals exploration, engineering, technology, investment, and service and supply providers gather to hear from Australia’s innovative and emerging mining industry businesses within the more informal environment of the Swanston Room at the Melbourne Town Hall.

Our highly-popular Cutting Edge series is sponsored by the Victorian Government’s Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport, and Resources as well leading international professional services group, PwC Australia.

Dynamic Melbourne-based engineers, Mincore, sponsor our post-event networking.


Proposed dates for 2019:

Tuesday 5 March; Tuesday 14 May; Tuesday 16 July; Tuesday 10 September; Tuesday 12 November.

PLEASE NOTE: These dates are subject to confirmation.



Next Cutting Edge

Boss Resources
Carawine Resources
Gold Road Resources

Date:    16 Jul 2019

Time: 5:30pm sharp (registrations open 5:00pm) Price:   Ticket Price: Admission is free however registration is essential
Location Swanston Hall, Melbourne Town Hall

Boss Resources (ASX : BOE) is the ASX-listed 100 per cent owner of the Honeymoon Uranium Project, in the premier uranium state of South Australia. Boss is pushing hard for  Honeymoon to be Australia’s next producer.  Guest speaker: Duncan Craib, MD & CEO.

Carawine Resources (ASX : CWX) is one of the new breed of gold explorers in the golden State of Victoria. The Jamieson project near Mansfield has been returning high-grade results from the Hill 800 target. Carawine is also positioned in the Paterson region in WA. Guest speaker: David Boyd, Managing Director.

Gold Road Resources (ASX : GOR) is 50% owner of Australia’s newest major gold mine, the Gruyere project in the Yamarna Greenstone Belt east of Laverton WA. And as Gruyere starts production Gold Road still has a 6,000km² exploration portfolio in the Yamarna. Guest speaker: Duncan Gibbs, MD & CEO.