The Henty Gold Mine is an underground gold mine that commenced operation in 1996 and is located in glaciated mountainous terrain in the upper Henty Valley on the West Coast of Tasmania, adjacent to the Southwest Conservation Area. The nearest main towns are Rosebery, 10 kilometres to the north, Zeehan, 19 kilometres to the west and Queenstown, 23 kilometres to the south.
The main mining methods are longhole bench stoping, transverse open stoping and flatbacking (cut and fill). Stopes are filled with either paste fill or mullock.
The process plant has an annual plant capacity of 300 kt/y and utilises a static grizzly, SAG mill, gravity circuit and conventional CIL plant.