The Challenger Mine is a gold mine in the Far North of South Australia, 165 km west of the Stuart Highway and 740 km north-west of Adelaide. It is operated by Kingsgate Consolidated Ltd.
The ore body was first discovered in 1995. The mine was initially an open pit commenced in 2002 and converted to underground mining in 2005. It produced 43,547 troy ounces of gold in the year to 30 June 2005 and 108,080 ounces in 2006. The mine has a reserve of 512,000 ounces of gold from a resource of 1 million ounces of gold as of June 2007. The mine village houses up to 250 personnel who work on a fly-in fly-out roster. Henry Walker Eltin is the underground mining contractor.