Operational diversity. Extending mine life.

Evolution’s mantra of ‘never say never’ means we are boldly reimagining our future. We’re expanding our processing plant, plus you can choose to work on the surface or underground. A longer mine life for Mungari and a longer career for our people.

Mungari Evolution Mining

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Located in the Goldfields, our Mungari operation is a cornerstone asset, safely and reliably aiming to produce 200,000 ounces each year through open pit and underground operations.

With a recent investment of $250 million for expansion, the site is set to increase its throughput, further solidifying its position in the market.

Fast facts

+ Employees

FY24 gold production guidance (oz)

Mine life

  • 600km east of Perth
  • 20km west of Kalgoorlie
  • Producing: Gold
  • Underground, open pit, processing and maintenance
  • Owner operator
  • Residential and FIFO
  • Traditional owners: Traditional Custodians of our Mungari Operations

Our Mungari community

Located in the heart of the Goldfields, between the Shire of Coolgardie and the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, our Mungari Operations take immense pride in building strong community partnerships. Our commitment to sustainable growth is driven by robust collaboration and engagement with local businesses, stakeholders, community groups and First Nations people.

Our strong community support includes:

Local focus

More than 70% of Mungari employees are residential. By investing in local people, we not only boost the local economy, but also build a team that understands our community inside out.

We partner with local schools and tertiary institutions to build awareness, interest and investment in mining careers and industry pathways.

We continue to be a significant supporter of being and buying local, supporting the economic wellbeing of our communities.

Proud to support

We are proud to invest in our communities through partnerships, sponsorships and donations. We also continue to support events, projects and initiatives that boost education, health and wellbeing, economic development, youth, environment, as well as arts, culture and sport.

Our continuing financial support to the Goldfields Women’s refuge contributes to its expansion, which will provide short-term accommodation to women and children escaping family and domestic violence.

Living and working at Mungari

At Mungari, you can choose what suits your priorities. Work an attractive FIFO roster or live local and enjoy our close-knit communities and local lifestyles.

Travelling to Kalgoorlie

  • Driving: Travelling by road is often the best way to see and experience the extensive outback regions and get a real feel for the land and community. The drive from Perth to Kalgoorlie is approximately 6 hours along the Great Eastern Highway. Due to Kalgoorlie-Boulder being the ‘hub’ for the Goldfields region, there is a good network of sealed roads linking Kalgoorlie-Boulder to Perth and surrounding country towns. ​
  • Train: TransWA operates the Prospector train, departing from Perth and Kalgoorlie stations once a day and twice on Monday and Friday. Known to the locals as ‘The Kalgoorlie Train’, it will stop at several of the country towns listed above in the ‘Driving’ section. Due to these scheduled stops along the way, the train is considered one of the longer ways to travel to Kalgoorlie-Boulder, which takes approximately 7-8 hours. The timetable for the Prospector can be found here.
  • Flights: Both QANTAS and Virgin Australia fly to Kalgoorlie-Boulder with regular services from Perth. Flights from Perth take approximately 1 hour travel time, making this the fastest way to arrive to Kalgoorlie-Boulder.​
  • Buses: For in-town transportation, TransGoldfields operates the local bus transport throughout Kalgoorlie-Boulder.​
  • Other: Kalgoorlie-Boulder has local taxi services that can be contacted here. The town also has the recent addition of Beam Mobility and Bird Ride E-Scooters, located at several points around the city.​

Travelling to Mungari

Transfer services are provided to and from site from various points around Kalgoorlie and from the Kurrajong Village.​

Working FIFO​

Mungari’s fly-in/fly-out (FIFO) hub is from Perth, the capital of Western Australia. Transfer services also operate for FIFO employees to and from the Kurrajong Village and Kalgoorlie Airport to meet our charter flights.

Village accommodation facilities

The Kurrajong Village is our newly constructed FIFO village located in Coolgardie, 39km east of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.   ​

The village is a 100-bed facility and has a gym, recreation room, kitchen/dining room, laundry and administration building.  A BBQ hut in the central area of the village is designed to provide a communal feel to the place. ​

Mungari from above



​The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is located 600km east of Perth, with over 30,000 people living in the city and the surrounding region. The city includes the suburbs of Kalgoorlie, Boulder, Hannans, Karlkurla, Lamington, Piccadilly, Williamstown, South Kalgoorlie, Somerville, West Kalgoorlie, Victory Heights, Broadwood, and South Boulder.

Sport and recreation

​Enjoy excellent amenities, community activities and events throughout the year, providing a great lifestyle.

Our town boasts over 150 sporting and community groups, and quality recreational facilities that bring our community together with activities available for everyone including walking and bicycle trails, golf course, aquatics centre, group fitness, netball, basketball, volleyball.

Kalgoorlie-Boulder has a wide variety of options when it comes to dining out and takeaway. Check out the food guide below.

Social events and activities

It’s a social place here with lots of events and opportunities to socialise and engage with the local community. The local council events teams also work closely with the community to provide pop-up events and activities throughout each year.

Education and childcare

Kalgoorlie-Boulder has a varied mix of private and public school options. We have listed most below for reference or take a look at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Education Guide.

Western Australia School of Mines (WASM)

WASM is a tertiary school specialising in subjects directly related to the WA mining industry. The campus is located in Kalgoorlie.

School options

Primary – public

  • East Kalgoorlie Primary School
  • Hannans Primary School
  • Kalgoorlie Primary School
  • North Kalgoorlie Primary School
  • O’Connor Primary School & Education Support Centre
  • South Kalgoorlie Primary School
  • Boulder Primary School

Secondary – public

  • Eastern Goldfields College Years 11-12
  • Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School Years 7-10
  • Eastern Goldfields Education Support Centre Years 7-12

Primary – private

  • Goldfields Baptist College
  • St Joseph’s Primary
  • St Mary’s Primary School

Secondary – private

  • Goldfields Baptist College
  • John Paul College

Medical and wellbeing

The town has many General Practice centres to link residents to ongoing health services.

WA Country Health Service operates the Kalgoorlie Health Campus, a 106-bed facility providing maternity, pediatric, minor surgical, mental health, and emergency services for the community. The onsite outpatient’s facility allows visiting specialists to see patients in person.

Bega Garnbirringu Health Service provides general practice, dental, parenting and family support, early childhood intervention, and diabetic education health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.

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