The Argyle Diamond Mine was discovered in the remote East Kimberly region of Western Australia, considered one of the world’s last great wildernesses. It is here, amidst the iconic red landscape, vivid blue skies and ancient rock formations that some of the most rare and beautiful diamonds have been carefully extracted from this dramatic landscape.
Mining here is a privilege, and the most responsible methods are used to recover these natural treasures with great respect for the environment, the local communities and the culture and spirituality of the local traditional landowners who have inhabited the
area for thousands of years.
The Argyle mine is committed to the well-being of the traditional landowners, creating opportunities in training, employment, business and economic growth to enrich the lives of current and future generations.
Traditional landowners believe that the land on which the Argyle mine sits was created by the Ngarranggarni, also known as The Dreaming. Dreamtime stories provide a strong belief system through which they connect to their country.