Australia's next rare earths producer



Yangibana snapshot

Green economy

Global energy transition creating demand for rare earth magnets for electric vehicles and wind turbines

Tier 1 asset

Life of mine average NdPr:TREO ratio of 36% at Yangibana, with up to 52% in certain parts of the orebody

Development ready

All primary approvals in place, with around $106m already invest in early infrastructure works

Project economics

Staged development de-risking project delivery and offering value through all project stages, with first production in H1 2025

Project Map

Yangibana Project

Hastings has established significant ore reserves and mineral resources within its tenement package covering approximately 650 sq km under the Yangibana Project.

Brockman Project

The Brockman Project has established significant mineral resources at the Brockman Project centred 18km south-east of Halls Creek in the East Kimberley Region.

What are rare earths?

Rare earth elements have become the fundamental building blocks of our modern economy. Rapid technological advances have resulted in rare earths becoming necessary components of hundreds of advanced technological products from electric vehicles to renewable energy, humanoid robotics, medical applications and digital devices

Rare Earths Used in Consumer Products

  • Electric Motors

  • Renewable Energy

  • Consumer Electronics

  • Military

  • Electric Mobility

  • HE-VS, EVS, Auto Component

  • Medical

  • High-speed Rail

  • Robotics

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