The Victoria Gold project is located approximately 85 kilometers by road from Timmins and 6 kilometers northwest of the village of Ramore, in Hislop Township in the District of Cochrane, Ontario. The property is situated within the townships of Hislop, McCann and Playfair in the Province of Ontario, specifically in the south half of Lots 10, 11, 12 and 13, Concession 1 in Hislop Township and the northeast quarter of the north half of Lot 1, Concession 6 of McCann Township. All of these properties are within the Municipal boundaries of the Township of Black River-Matheson. The centre of the Property lies at roughly 48º 27’ 17”N Latitude and 80º 24” 17”W Longitude or 5,367,025N, 544,015E, UTM Zone 17, NAD 83.
Access to the mine can be gained by means of a mine road joining the north side of the property with Highway 11. Access to the mine can also be gained by a private gated mine property road that is located approximately 3.5km west of Highway 11 on Robin Road. The largest nearby community is the Town of Matheson, located approximately 10 kilometers to the north west of the site.