Welcome to Australian Uranium
According to the World Nuclear Association, Australia has the largest amount of known uranium resources in the world, amounting to 31 percent of the global total. Visit our news section for daily updates on the latest Australian uranium stories.
Since its beginnings in the 1930s, the Australian uranium industry has become one of the world’s major producers and exporters of uranium.
Australia is well described in the global uranium industry as the “lucky country” with its vast low-cost uranium resources of 1,347,877 tons of known recoverable resources equal to 31% of the world total. Australia has 1.4 times Kazakhstan's and 2.6 times Canada's recoverable resources of uranium....
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World's Largest Undeveloped Uranium Resources * = ASX listed operator
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Large thorium resources are found in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Greenland (Denmark), India, South Africa, and the United States. The primary sources of the world’s thorium are the rare-earth and thorium phosphate mineral monazite deposits. Monazite itself is recovered as a byproduct of processing heavy-mineral sands for titanium and zirconium minerals. About Australian Thorium