Our tenements are located in a region that’s home to some of the most precious environments that are nationally recognised for their strategic value, as a critical primary production area.
The rare earth elements AR3 are targeting in this region are critical to producing cleaner energy technologies, aimed at decarbonising economies and building a more sustainable future.
AR3s focus is to find ways to investigate and extract these minerals in a safe and responsible manner, with a focus on protecting the communities in which we operate.
Building trust, respect and acceptance in the community is at the core of our values.
We understand the importance of developing long lasting relationships with landowners, to enable us to conduct our business, to access land to explore and potentially develop the underlying rare earth resources. Engagement with our landholders forms a critical part of our activities.
AR3 are committed to always respecting landholders’ rights and will work in a respectful and courteous manner with all landholders within our tenure areas, acknowledging their operational constraints and enterprise values.
AR3 are committed to contributing to the communities where we operate, by employing local people, providing access payments to landholders, supporting local community groups, partnering with local schools to deliver rare earths educational resources and purchasing local goods and services wherever possible.
AR3 are committed to maintaining open and honest communication with our community and other stakeholders, to build respectful and positive relationships for the long term.
If you have any questions or concerns about our activities or just want to know more about our operations, please contact us, or register to receive our updates.
High School Teachers – show and tell at the warehouse
SE field day door prize winner – Rex Copping
Australian Rare Earths have an office in Naracoorte and members of the community are welcome to call in to discuss any thoughts or questions they have about the project.
Alternatively you could pop in and see us at the Naracoorte Show or the Lucindale Field Day, we’d love to have a chat with you if you’re passing. Keep an eye on the local paper or our facebook page for invitations to upcoming community events.
Please use the form below for feedback on the proposed Koppamurra Mining Lease application.