Developing the Cane Bore and Catho Well iron ore projects in WA's Pilbara

Quality Assets | Ideal location | Experienced team

Macro Metals is wholly focused on the exploration and development of the Cane Bore and Catho Well iron ore projects located in the west Pilbara region of Western Australia. 

The recently appointed, and highly experienced, board has prioritised Cane Bore and Catho Well given their immense scale, high grade, and significant infrastructure and logistical advantages due to their location. 

The projects are near the sealed Nanutarra Road and are adjacent to Mineral Resources Ltd’s (ASX: MIN) Ken’s Bore Project infrastructure, including camp, airport with sealed runway and the haul road running to the Onslow Port, just 141 km away. 

The company is looking to progress these projects toward development rapidly, and look forward to updating investors with regular newsflow.

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“Macro’s Iron Ore portfolio has the potential for multiple sources of iron ore production utilising the well-established and proven export infrastructure of the Pilbara and the Mid-West” –

Simon Rushton, Managing Director


Large-scale, high quality iron ore assets

Macro Metals is completely focused on advancing our flagship Cane Bore and Catho Well iron projects rapidly toward development

Renewed board with renewed focus

Highly experienced new board and MD have brought a renewed focus on significant value creation for investors

Ideal location close to key infrastructure

Assets are ideally located with regard to regional infrastructure, including road, port and people

The ASX's next mid-tier iron ore

Macro has the projects, team and location to quickly become the new name in the ASX’s uncrowded mid-tier iron ore space


As well as the Cane Bore and Catho Well projects, Macro holds a number of other prospective projects. These include the Goldsworthy Iron Project directly along strike from BHP’s Mount Goldsworthy Mine, and the West Pilbara Project which holds an Indicated Mineral Resource of 11.5Mt at 53.1% Fe and is just 120km west-north-west of Paraburdoo.   

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