• Welcome to Roy Hill

    A world-class integrated iron ore mining, rail and port operation.

    Roy Hill proudly operates in the Pilbara region of West Australia, representing the next generation of integrated iron ore operations.

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  • Welcome to Roy Hill

    Our Smart Mine program is creating Tomorrow’s Mine, Today.

    Roy Hill proudly operates in the Pilbara region of West Australia, representing the next generation of integrated iron ore operations.

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  • Welcome to Roy Hill

    Our diverse people are the driving force behind our success.

    Roy Hill proudly operates in the Pilbara region of West Australia, representing the next generation of integrated iron ore operations.

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  • We are Roy Hill

    We are about opportunity. We develop and support our people to reach their full potential.

    We are proud to give back to the communities where we operate, and beyond.

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A message from the Executive Chairman

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A message from our Executive Chairman Read the latest e-news from Roy Hill’s Executive Chairman, Mrs Gina Rinehart as well as broader Hancock Prospecting news.

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Roy Hill careers hub

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Roy Hill careers Your next career step is here. Learn about the FIFO lifestyle and discover available vacancies with Roy Hill.

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Operations overview

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Operations overview Roy Hill’s integrated operations ensure an industry-leading supply chain of quality iron ore. Learn how we achieve this.

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Roy Hill in the community

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Roy Hill in the community Roy Hill actively supports the communities in which we operate. Learn more about education, safety and more.

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Latest news

Gina’s Sandbar finds Cott home

Gina Rinehart's companies Hancock Prospecting and Roy Hill have donated a steel sculpture valued at $60,000 to Cottesloe council. The work, Sandbar, is by artist James Rogers, one of Australia's leading sculptors, this week's council meeting was told. "It's a very generous offer," mayor Lorraine Young told the meeting. 

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Electric heavy hauler | Wabtec and Roy Hill unveil the first FLXdrive battery locomotive

The FLXdrive locomotive represents not only a first for the Pilbara, but a first for the mining industry. “The foresight of our Executive Chairman, Gina Rinehart AO, has been instrumental in establishing an environment in which we can successfully leverage the ingenuity of our people alongside key partners like Wabtec to transform our rail and mining operations through next-generation technologies,” said Gerhard Veldsman, CEO of Hancock Prospecting Group Operations.

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CME WOMEN IN RESOURCES AWARDS 2024

Congratulations to all finalists of the Outstanding Woman in Resources Award.

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2SM, Sydney, Breakfast with Richard King | Gina’s generosity

As an employee of hers, I’ll let you know that I’ve never heard a single complaint from within her workforce, as she absolutely takes care of us. Friday, which was her 70th birthday, Gina Rinehart gave away $100,000 tax free to 70 lucky employees. Drawn at random using employee identification numbers? Yes, $7 million all up. This is actually commonplace for her, as she’s extremely generous and thoroughly appreciative of those that work for her.

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Very best wishes for your participation at the World Aquatics Championships 2024

To our incredible Aussie athletes & supporting team members, Congratulations to each of you on your ongoing outstanding efforts and achievements, and very best wishes for your participation at the World Aquatics Championships 2024.

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Group executive news

Geraldton tree planting event in honour of late QEII cancelled by Indigenous elders

On Saturday, Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn claimed on his Facebook page the tree-planting event at Wonthella Bush Reserve was “shut down” because of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act, which came into effect on July 1. Mr Van Styn told The West Australian on Sunday the city had checked online beforehand for Aboriginal heritage at the site and found no problems, but halted the event after one of the local traditional owners turned up and said the reserve was a significant site for her family. However, a member of the family told The West Australian she was not concerned about the planting of the trees but rather what she believed was the renaming of the land to honour Queen Elizabeth II.

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‘WE MUST CONSTANTLY REMIND PEOPLE THAT WE NEED MINING’

This month is a special one for our mining company, as we are celebrating the anniversary of our Hope Downs mines development together with our 50 per cent partner Rio Tinto. In 2005 this was a game changer for our then little Aussie company.

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Veterans 4 jobs

“Hancock Prospecting is built on good Australian values where loyalty and performance are rewarded. Our vision is to create pathways to business and employment opportunity for veterans and ex military across Hancock Prospecting, That the veterans feel valued and preferentially treated when they approach us and that we create a real sense of recognition of military service to the country for which they served which for the majority will be Australia.”

Hancock Prospecting Executive Chairperson,
Gina Rinehart AO

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Building an exceptional future

We are committed to developing opportunities for women across our operation. Join us to continue building an exceptional future for our great nation, and to set yourself up now and into the future.

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Future Australian Jobs

We have varied and exciting career opportunities across our mining and agricultural businesses. To join Australia’s most successful private company, head to www.futureaustralianjobs.com for more information.

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