Driven By Discovery
Queensland Critical Minerals Limited
Queensland Critical Minerals Limited
Driving the Transition to a Sustainable Future with Innovative Exploration and Development Strategies
Queensland Critical Minerals Limited
Pioneering Sustainable Exploration and Development for a Cleaner Future
Queensland Critical Minerals Limited
Exploring and developing the critical minerals of tomorrow for a sustainable future today

Queensland Critical Minerals Limited (QCM) is an Australian-based critical minerals exploration company

QCM's approach to critical minerals exploration combines cutting-edge technology, strategic partnerships, geographic advantages, and a motivated team.

Projects
Historical Mines
Square Kilometres To Explore
Meters Drilled

Our Assets

Graymare Gold Project 

  • A huge area of unexplained gold mineralisation
  • Fosterville analogies
  • Only 2 known drill holes in the whole project area
  • Over 60 historical mines &100 linear kilometres of alluvial
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Warroo Copper-Gold Project

  • Open pit gold deposit mined in the 1980s
  • Poorly understood geology and mineralisation 
  • Very little modern exploration, but some high-grade intercepts 
  • Never explored for Copper, despite
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Silverwood Project

  • Possible copper VMS-style deposits 
  • No modern exploration 
  • No gold assays in the previous drilling
  • Numerous small-scale historic mines and known mineral occurrences.

Silverwood

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Queensland Critical Minerals Limited (QCM) is currently in negotiations for a cornerstone agreement with a high-calibre drilling company. This agreement will provide QCM with more options for drilling invoices and assist in the rapid drilling on QCM projects. The cornerstone agreement represents a unique opportunity for QCM to leverage its assets and expertise to expand its exploration and development activities.
Work starts on our projects
Work has stated on our projects! QCML is committed to keeping its stakeholders informed about any significant developments or news related to its projects, and any announcements made by the company will be communicated through official channels. It is advisable for interested parties to regularly check QCML's official website or social media channels to stay updated on any project news.
News
News
Governments and companies around the world are taking steps to ensure that their critical minerals supply chains are secure, with a focus on environmental and social responsibility.
News

Queensland Critical Minerals Limited (QCM) is a company focused on exploring and developing critical mineral resources in Australia. The company is actively exploring for copper, lithium, manganese, graphite, zinc, and gold. These minerals have a wide range of uses, from powering electric vehicles and mobile devices to strengthening steel and manufacturing batteries.

Lithium
Lithium is considered a critical mineral due to its significance in the manufacturing of lithium-ion batteries, which are a crucial component in electric vehicles and energy storage systems. It is also used in other applications, including glass and ceramics, pharmaceuticals, and aerospace. Given its importance in the transition to renewable energy and the electrification of transportation, there is a need to secure a dependable supply of lithium to ensure sustainable economic growth.
Copper
Copper is widely regarded as a critical mineral because of its importance in modern society, particularly in the development of electrical infrastructure and the transition to renewable energy. It is a key component of electric vehicles, wind turbines, solar panels, and energy storage systems. Copper is also used in a variety of other applications, including construction, transportation, and telecommunications. Given its essential role in numerous industries and technologies, the reliable supply of copper is crucial for achieving sustainable economic growth.
Manganese
Manganese is considered a critical mineral due to its importance in modern technologies, particularly in steel production and the manufacturing of batteries. It is also used in a variety of other applications, including agriculture, water treatment, and electronics. Given its significance to a range of industries, there is a need to secure a reliable supply chain of manganese to ensure sustainable economic growth.
Graphite
Graphite is regarded as a critical mineral due to its importance in modern technologies, particularly in the manufacturing of lithium-ion batteries and other energy storage systems. It is also used in other applications, including the production of steel, lubricants, and electronics. Given its critical role in various industries, the reliable supply of graphite is crucial for sustainable economic growth.
Zinc
Zinc is considered a critical mineral due to its significance in a range of industries, including construction, transportation, and manufacturing. It is used in the production of galvanized steel, which is widely used in the construction of buildings, bridges, and other infrastructure. Zinc is also used in the manufacturing of automotive parts, electrical equipment, and household appliances. Given its essential role in various industries, the reliable supply of zinc is crucial for achieving sustainable economic growth.
Gold
While gold is not typically regarded as a critical mineral, gold is essential to modern technologies, such as electronics and its unique properties make it an essential material in a variety of applications. Some experts argue that it should be considered as such due to its importance in financial systems and as a reserve currency.
Robert Friedland
“In the short term, we’ve had a big rise in the price of copper, But for the medium term, copper has really become a national security issue. It’s central for what we want to do with our economy.”
Minister for Trade and Tourism, Don Farrell
Australia is uniquely positioned to meet global demand for critical minerals that underpin the transition to net zero. We are a trusted and reliable partner in diversifying critical minerals supply chains globally.
Minister for Resources, Madeleine King
“The Australian resources industry will be essential for the world to reach net zero, and Australia’s endowment of critical minerals will help to meet global demand for the minerals essential to clean energy technology."
USGS
Geoscience Australia, the Geological Survey of Canada, and the USGS are coordinating their critical mineral mapping and research efforts to create a shared foundation of mineral information to help ensure a safe and secure supply of the materials needed for each country’s economy and security.
Peter Cunningham, Rio Tinto’s chief financial officer
“I certainly think we are fully aligned with that view that the world needs more materials, and we’re upping our game against that, and at the right time,”
Jamie Maddock, Analyst at U.K. wealth-management firm Quilter Cheviot.
Miners and investors are cognizant of the widening supply shortfall in several key energy transition-oriented commodities