- Located in the Fairlie Township
- November 1936 incorporated as Altura Gold Mines Limited
- Development; Summer 1936 trenching and diamond drilling done by the Oomac Gold Syndicate.
- 1937; 85m shaft sunk- levels cut at 40m and 75m
- Ceased operations in November 1937
- While the detection of gold had been successful in the summer of 1936, later that year the property changed hands a few times. Jomac Gold Syndicate formed and took over from Oomac Gold Syndicate but then Jomac was replaced by Altura Gold Mines Limited. Once Altura Gold Mines Limited took over, they were more interested in sinking a shaft than simply trenching the surface
- The Altura Gold Mines Limited started to excavate and assay their material. It was found that while the surface quartz was reported as .685 ounces per ton, the deeply buried samples yielded much less (around 0.15 ounces per ton at the 40m mark
- While work made for a busy two years, by late November the mine was deemed to be cost ineffective and all operations in November of 1937 and, Altura Mine closed its doors forever.