Newmarket Gold Investor Presentation May Metals Investment Forum

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Published on May 12, 2016

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1. TSX:NMI OTCQX:NMKTF May 2016 Exceptional Team, Solid Production, Significant Valuation Upside

2. 2TSX:NMI Forward-looking Statements Certain information set forth in this presentation contains “forward-looking statements”, and “forward-looking information under applicable securities laws. Except for statements of historical fact, certain information contained herein constitutes forward-looking statements, which include the Company’s expectations about its business and operations, and are based on the Company’s current internal expectations, estimates, projections, assumptions and beliefs, which may prove to be incorrect. Some of the forward-looking statements may be identified by words such as “will”, “expects”, “anticipates”, “believes”, “projects”, “plans”, and similar expressions. These statements are not guarantees of future performance or outcomes and undue reliance should not be placed on them. Forward-looking statements are based on the opinions and estimates of management as of the date such statements are made and they are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, level of activity, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements or forward-looking information. Although management of the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in forward-looking statements or forward-looking information, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements and forward-looking information. The Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking statements or forward-looking information that are included in this presentation or incorporated by reference herein, except in accordance with applicable securities laws. All amounts are presented in United States dollars ("$") unless otherwise stated. References in this document to “C$” are to Canadian dollars and references to "A$" are to Australian dollars.

3. 3TSX:NMI Newmarket Gold Highlights  Excellent balance sheet US$52.1 million cash (A$72.0 million equivalent) and US$1.6 million long-term debt  Experienced capital markets and operational team with a proven track record of execution and significant value creation  Three 100% owned operating gold mines in Australia with sustainable production of over 200,000 ounces annually with strong cash flow (all production unhedged)  Record Q1, 2016 Fosterville Gold Mine Production of 33,138 ounces on record grade of 7.34g/t gold  Q1 2016 generated US$8.9 million free cash flow  New mine site discoveries leading to organic production growth  Disciplined gold asset consolidation strategy  Highly leveraged to the AUD$ gold price (A$1725, May 9, 2016) NEWMARKET OPPORTUNITY $1,972 $3,267 EV/oz Production EV/oz Production 4.6x 7.0x Price/2016E CFPS (ratio) Price/2016E CFPS (ratio) Peer Group1Peer Group1 Newmarket Valuation Newmarket Valuation 1. Peer group details slide 9. Source: FactSet, Bloomberg, company disclosure, available equity research. Averages exclude Newmarket, details as at April 27, 2016.

4. 4TSX:NMI STRONG FINANCIAL POSITION Cash Balance(million) US$52.1 Working Capital (million) US$38.0 Debt (million) US$1.6 Balance Sheet TSX:NMI OTCQX: NMKTF Market Capitalization (million) (as at May 09, 2016) US$470 Issued and Outstanding (million) 175.6 Options (million) 10.7 Performance Share Units (million) 3.7 Warrants (million) 0.5 Fully Diluted (million) 190.5 Luxor Capital Group LP 19.3% Eric Sprott 17.9% Management/Board (basic) 7.4% Capital Structure & Ownership Average Daily Volume 30 day 1,700,000 CASH $52.1 Million $67.5 $74.2 $76.5 $112.1 $117.7 2013A 2014A 2015A 2016E 2017E Source: 2013-2014Actuals, 2016E-2017E – Factset Consensus Consensus Estimated Operating Cash Flow (US$ Millions) Debt $1.6 Million

5. 5TSX:NMI  Strong Founders share ownership: C$12 million currently invested (7.4% issued and outstanding)  Aligned PSU Vesting Plan based on share price performance  Focused on executing and creating significant shareholder value EXPERIENCED VALUE CREATION TEAM Raymond Threlkeld Chairman Douglas Forster President, CEO & Director Blayne Johnson Executive VP, Director Lukas Lundin Director Randall Oliphant Director Darren Hall Chief Operating Officer Doug Hurst VP Corporate Development Robert Dufour Chief Financial Officer Robert Getz Director Kevin Conboy Director Edward Farrauto Director Michael Vint Director Advisors Ian Telfer Capital Markets Michael Vitton Capital Markets The founders have created over $30 billion in market cap value ALIGNED WITH SHAREHOLDERS

6. 6TSX:NMI SUSTAINABLE PRODUCER WITH A STRATEGY FOR LONG-TERM GROWTH RECORD 222,671 oz FLAGSHIP FOSTERVILLE GOLD MINE 3 Australian CONSOLIDATED GOLD PRODUCTION 2015 RECORD YEAR RECORD PRODUCTION 123,095 RECORD GRADE 6.11 g/t Au RECORD RECOVERY 88.5% RECORD DRILL INTERCEPT 645g/t Au over 3.5m CONSOLIDATED COSTS OPERATING CASH COSTS $US 704/oz ALL-IN SUSTAINING COSTS $US 987/oz Gold Mines THREE NEW MINE SITE DISCOVERIES ROBUST AUD$ GOLD PRICE

7. 7TSX:NMI Q1 2016 HIGHLIGHTS  Fosterville Record: 33,138 ounces on record mill grade of 7.34 g/t Au  Fosterville achieves low operating cash costs of US$4731 and AISC of US$7231  Consolidated Q1, 2016 production of 58,057 ounces  Consolidated Operating Cash Costs of US$7011 and All-in Sustaining Costs of US$9081  US$8.92 million generated in free cash flow  27% improvement in Cosmo production to 16,340 ounces over Q4, 2015 including a record month in March of 8,022 ounces  Continued high grade, visible gold-bearing drill intercepts from the Lower Phoenix gold system; Eagle and East Dipping structures including: 500.7 g/t (17.6 opt) Au over 12.5 m (ETW: 4.5 m)  Fosterville’s new gravity gold circuit is operational and being commissioned with free gold currently being recovered As at March 31, 2016 1. Operating Cash Costs and All-in Sustaining Costs (“AISC”) refer to Non-IFRS Measures on Slide 32 2. Free Cash flow based on operating cash flow of US$18.3 million less CAPEX of $9.4 million after investing US$3.8 million into growth. (As at Mar 31, 2016) US$ Million Revenue $66.1 Operating cash flow $18.3 Net Income $6.5 Net Income per share (basic and diluted) $0.04 Cash (as at Mar 31, 2016) $52.1 Sustaining Capital $9.4 Growth Expenditure $3.8 HIGHLIGHTS

8. 8TSX:NMI Newmarket Gold/Lake Shore Gold Value Comp Trading Multiples NMI 2015 FY Apr 8/16 LSG Takeout Feb 8/16 Share / Offer price C$/sh $2.92 $1.71 FDITM Mkt Cap / Equity Purchase Price US$ million $418 $682 FDITM EV1 US$ million $363 $617 2015 Production koz Au 223 179 2015 Cash Costs US$/oz $704 $580 2015 AISC US$/oz $987 $870 Reserves million oz Au 0.8 0.8 Resources (inclusive) million oz Au 7.8 11.2 EV/ 2015 Production US$/oz $1,630 $3,446 EV/ Reserves US$/oz $464 $798 EV/ Resources US$/oz $47 $55 P / CF 4.23x 6.90x 1.Newmarket Gold convertible debentures have been converted or redeemed. EV reflects proceeds from option and warrant exercises to date. 2. Claude Resources cash cost and AISC based on Q1-Q3 ‘15. Source: GMP Securities  February 8, 2016: Tahoe Resources announces acquisition of Lake Shore Gold for C$945 million

9. 9TSX:NMI Source: FactSet, Bloomberg, company disclosure, available equity research. Averages exclude Newmarket as at April 27, 2016. Peer Group Comparison  All comparison metrics present an opportunity for a continued significant valuation opportunity with Newmarket Gold EV / 2016E Prod. (US$/oz) Price / Consensus 2016E CFPS (ratio) EV / Consensus 2016E EBITDA (ratio) 4.2x 4.6x 4.7x 5.6x 5.7x 5.8x 7.6x 9.1x 9.2x 10.5x Average: 7.0x 2.9x 4.4x 4.9x 5.0x 5.3x 5.4x 5.8x 7.0x 7.5x 7.9x Average: 5.7x $1,972 $2,403 $2,728 $2,835 $3,195 $3,268 $3,301 $3,497 $3,719 $4,459 Average: $3,267

10. 10TSX:NMI PRODUCING IN A TOP MINING JURISDICTION COSMO/UNION REEF Location Northern Territory Ownership 100% Metals Gold Mining Underground Capacity 2.0Mtpa Yrs in Production 2.5 Prod. Guidance 60k – 65k ounces Discovery Western Lodes Discovery MAUD CREEK GOLD PROJECT Location Northern Territory Ownership 100% Metals Gold Mining Open Pit + Underground Stage PEA M&I Resources 724,000 ozs @ 3.46 g/t1 1. See slide 27/28 for details on Mineral Resource and Reserve details 2. see Non-IFRS Disclosure p.35 FOSTERVILLE GOLD MINE Location Bendigo, Victoria Ownership 100% (2% Royalty) Metals Gold Mining Underground Capacity 850Ktpa Yrs in Production +10 Prod. Guidance 110k – 120k ounces Discovery Eagle Fault Zone STAWELL GOLD MINE Location Stawell, Victoria Ownership 100% (1% Royalty) Metals Gold Mining Underground Capacity 1.0Mtpa Yrs in Production +30 Prod. Guidance ~35k ounces Discovery Aurora B Gold Zone 2016E CONSOLIDATED GUIDANCE Production: 205,000 - 220,000 ounces Operating Cash Cost2: US$650 - US$725 per ounce All-in sustainingcosts2: US$950 - US$1,025 per ounce AUSTRALIA BIG HILL GOLD PROJECT Location Victoria Ownership 100% Metals Gold Mining Open Pit Stage Permitting M&I Resources 166,000 ozs @ 1.52 g/t1 Producing Mine Development Project Mine site Discovery

11. 11TSX:NMI 2015 Record Production 123,095 oz 2015 Record Grade 6.11 g/t Au H2/15 Record Production 64,044 H2/15 Record Grade 6.37g/t Au H2/15 Record Recoveries 88% H2/15 Operating Cash Costs per ounce $496 H2/15 All-In Sustaining Costs per ounce $7811 Q1/16 Record production 33,138 Q1/16 Record grade 7.34g/t Au Flagship Fosterville Mine – Low Cost Producer U.S. Dollars unless stated otherwise 1. excludes corporate G&A, average for Q3/Q4, 2015, see page 27-28 for further 43-101 disclosure DISCOVERY LOWER PHOENIX GOLD ZONE 2015 MINERAL RESOURCE & RESERVES  Proven and Probable underground Mineral Reserves increased 34% to 244,000 ounces of gold. (Dec 31. 2015)  Mineral Reserve grade increased 25% grading 6.95 g/t gold (Dec 31. 2015)  Fosterville’s current mining front comprising the Phoenix and Lower Phoenix gold systems, and associated structures, host Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources containing 673,000 ounces grading 8.33 g/t2 open up and down plunge High grade, visible gold-bearing Lower Phoenix system tested over two kms and open for expansion

12. 12TSX:NMI Fosterville Mine (Longitudinal Projection) Harrier Drill Drive 12.5 g/t Au over 3.3m 12.75 g/t Au over 5.9m Lower Phoenix PhoenixDrill Targets 1km step-out drilling H2/2016 drill results NORTHSOUTH Mineral Resources, Reserves and MINING as at December 31, 2015 Harrier Decline Harrier Proven & Probable Mineral Reserves of 244,000 ounces grading 6.95 g/t gold Fosterville Global Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources of 2.1 million ounces grading 4.39 g/t gold 4.4 g/t Au over 8.0m 6.5 g/t Au over 6.0m 9.3 g/t Au over 3.3m 6,000mN 9.2 g/t Au over 11.8m 7.3 g/t Au over 13.9m 5,450mN 8050mN Drilling underway 6.2 g/t Au over 1.9m

13. 13TSX:NMI Legend Drill Intercepts Coloured by Gram-Metre Mined Stopes Reserves >30 5 - 15 Mined Development Mine Design Target Trend 15 – 20 1 - 5 12.8 g/t Gold over 8.5m 24.8 g/t Gold over 2.5m 16.4 g/t Gold (Visible Gold) over 16.5m 73.2 g/t Gold (Visible Gold) over 7.8m 385 g/t Gold (Visible Gold) over 3.4m Fosterville Mine (Lower Phoenix, Phoenix Mining Front) 112 g/t Gold over 11.9m 286 g/t Gold (Visible Gold) over 2.8m 11.1 g/t Gold over 4.9m 501 g/t Gold over 4.5m 161 g/t Gold over 4.9m 645 g/t Gold over 3.5m Lower Phoenix & Phoenix gold system, current mining fronts at Fosterville include: M & I Resources of 673,000 oz grading 8.33 g/t gold Inferred Resources of 101,000 oz grading 9.49 g/t gold Phoenix Lower Phoenix

14. 14TSX:NMI Fosterville Mine – Peer Cost Comparison H2/15 Production H2/15 Cash Costs Per Ounce H2/15 AISC Per Ounce Fosterville/Newmarket Gold1 (Australia) 64,044 $496 $781 Andy Wells/Doray Minerals2 (Australia) 47,197 $443 $783 Carosue Dam/Saracen Minerals2 (Australia) 82,405 $548 $742 Timmins West/Lakeshore Gold3 (Canada) 64,000 $607 $929 Pajingo/Evolution Mining2 (Australia) 32,316 $634 $895 Macassa/Kirkland Lake4(Canada) 61,475 $650 $962 1. See non-IFRS details on slide 32, second half 2015 end Dec 31, 2015 for costs and production, excludes corporate G&A 2. Jun, Dec 2015 Quarterly Reports, Weighted average costs based on quarterly results. Assuming 0.730 USD:AUD for all quarters 3. Q3 and Q4 Results Press Releases 4. Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec 2015 Quarterly Reports, Production based on 2015 Stub-year 8 month period May 1 to Dec 31, 2015, costs based on 6 month period ended Oct 31, 2015 (openpit/underground) (openpit/underground) Underground Mine Comparisons

15. 15TSX:NMI Fosterville 123,095 Cosmo 63,255 Stawell 36,321 Fosterville Operation Profile 2014A 2015A 2016 Guidance Q1/2016A Gold Production 105,342 123,095 110 – 120 Koz 33,138 Gold grade (g/t) 4.62 6.11 n/a 7.34 Recovery (%) 86.4 88.5 n/a 86.8 Operating Cash Costs (US$/oz) $737 $516 $500-$575 $423 AISC (US$/oz) $1,186 $8371 n/a2 $723 Operations Overview 1. (see Non-IFRS Disclosure p.35). 2. 2016 Consolidated Company AISC guidance is US$950 – US$1,025/oz and operating cash cost guidance is US$650 – US$725/oz Cosmo Operation Profile 2014A 2015A 2016 Guidance Q1/2016A Gold Production 77,740 63,255 60 – 65 Koz 16,340 Gold grade (g/t) 3.14 2.99 n/a 3.09 Recovery (%) 88.9 90.7 n/a 90.7 Operating Cash Costs (US$/oz) $1,000 $917 $720-$795 $939 AISC (US$/oz) $1,2631 $1,1541 n/a2 $990 Stawell Operation Profile 2014A 2015A 2016 Guidance Q1/2016A Gold Production 39,230 36,321 ~35 Koz 8,579 Gold grade (g/t) 1.67 1.56 n/a 1.43 Recovery (%) 78.8 80.8 n/a 79.9 Operating Cash Costs (US$/oz) $1,151 $917 $900-$975 $1,143 AISC (US$/oz) $1,1931 $1,0631 n/a2 $1,218 55% GOLD PRODUCTION FROM FLAGSHIP FOSTERVILLE GOLDMINE Gold Production (oz) 222,671 oz FY 2015

16. 16TSX:NMI Stawell Mine Aurora B Discovery Section Maiden Inferred Mineral Resource of 30,400 ounces grading 3.5g/t gold. The grade of the Aurora B Inferred Mineral Resource is 42% greater than the underground Mineral Reserve grade East Flank Target Aurora A Traditionally mined West Flank total production to date 2.3 million ounces Magdala 13.7 g/t gold over 5.4 m Drilling underway Aurora B located approximately 500m above Aurora A

17. 17TSX:NMI Cosmo Mine Discovery (Close to Infrastructure) 0 100 metres Western Lode Target Sliver Target 7.42 g/t gold over 4.3 m 6.59 g/t gold over 6.4 m Cosmo Long Section 14.79 g/t gold over 11.4 m, 14.07 g/t gold over 6.4 m 5.85g/t gold over 5.7 m 10.25 g/t gold over 2.8 m Inc. 6.4 g/t gold over 3.1 m The Cosmo Eastern Deeps drilling has identified mineralization approximately 200 m down plunge from the base of current resources WESTERN LODE PLAN MAP EASTERN DEEPS SECTION  Union Reefs mill has 1.2Mt of excess capacity to treat additional ore  Record production in March 2016 over 8,000 ounces produced at 4.18 g/t gold AB Drilling underway

18. 18TSX:NMI PEOPLE Founders have created over $30 billion of shareholder value Shareholder alignment C$12M invested, 7.4% equity ownership, performance share units vest based on share price performance Demonstrated operational excellence OPERATIONS Three operating mines in Australia with over 220,000 ounces of annual gold production, strong cash position US$52.1 million, with low Q1 2016 operating cash costs of $701 and AISC of $908 Trend to higher consolidated grades and recoveries GROWTH Newmarket’s vision is to become the next quality intermediate gold producer with annual production of 400-500kozs Focusing on internal organic growth and a prudent accretive acquisition strategy Newmarket Gold Advantage DISCOVERIES Three new mine site gold discoveries close to current infrastructure with significant resource expansion opportunity – extensive drilling underway New Eagle visible gold discovery at Fosterville traced over 600m x 290m open down plunge

19. Douglas Forster President & CEO, Director T: 604-559-8040 E: dforster@newmarketgoldinc.com www.newmarketgoldinc.com Contact Us Ryan King Vice President, Corporate Communications T: 604-559-8040 E: rking@newmarketgoldinc.com TSX:NMI

20. 20TSX:NMI Proven Track Record of Success “Newmarket Gold Inc.’s mission is to deliver exceptional shareholder value through a disciplined approach to acquiring quality, gold production assets and outstanding development opportunities in politically stable jurisdictions worldwide” Public Sold Principals have founded, managed and sold mining companies with a combined market value of approximately $30 billion

21. 21TSX:NMI Analyst Coverage1 and Liquidity Since July Firm GMP Securities Anonymous TD Securities R. James CIBC Beacon Canaccord RBC Scotia Shares Traded 24.5 Million 15.0 Million 8.7 Million 6.6 Million 5.5 Million 5.0 Million 3.7 Million 3.4 Million 2.7 Million 30 Day Avg Volume 1,700,000 (as of April 19 2016) Broker Initiation Date Target Price Target Rating FY16E Production Oz (000’s) FY16E Cash Costs FY16E AISC CAPEX NAV Beacon Securities Nov ’15 $4.15 Buy 211 $704 $1,139 $29.5 $377 Cormark Securities Nov ’15 $3.30 Buy 222 $710 $1,017 _ $245 GMP Oct ’15 $3.55 Buy 227 $680 _ $55 $351 Laurentian Bank Dec ’15 $3.50 Buy 213 $697 $948 Raymond James Nov ’15 $3.75 Strong Buy 225 $709 $1,012 $58 $412 RBC Capital Nov ’15 $3.50 Buy 229 $696 $991 $58 $391 Rodman & Renshaw Dec ’15 $4.00 Buy 229 $725 $995 $47 $374 PI Financial Jan ’16 $3.85 Buy 226 $699 $944 $60.1 $209 M Partners Mar ’16 $3.60 Buy 225 $709 $1,062 $76.1 BMO Feb ‘16 $4.00 Buy 222 $686 $982 $480 Average $3.55 1. Factset consensus(Trading details July 2015 - Mar 1 2016) OPINIONS ESTIMATES OR FORECASTS REGARDING NEWMARKET GOLDS PERFORMACE MADE BY THESE ANALYSTS ARE THIERS ALONe AND DO NOT REPRESENT THE OPINIONS ESTIMATES OR FORECASTS OF NEWMAKRET GOLD OR ITS MANAGEMENT.

22. 22TSX:NMI $400 $800 $1,200 $1,600 $2,000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 GoldSpot(inAUD$) Historical Gold Price (in AUD$) Appendix: Gold has remained strong in AUD terms Source: FactSet, Bloomberg, company disclosure, available equity research Current Spot Gold: AUD$1,725/oz (May 09, 2016)

23. 23TSX:NMI Appendix: Mineral Resources (Dec 31. 2015) Source: Newmarket Gold March 21, 2016 press release announcing 2015 year-end mineral reserves and mineral resources Note: Mineral Resources are inclusive of Mineral Reserves. Mineral Resources have been rounded to 1,000 tonnes, 0.01 g/t Au and 1,000 ounces. Minor discrepancies in summation may occur due to rounding. Mineral Resources are stated as of Dec 31, 2015. Gold Price A$ 1,500/oz used. Measured Tonnes (kt) Gold Grade (g/t) Oz Gold (kOz) Fosterville UG 2,086 3.25 218 Fosterville Tailings 571 7.83 144 Cosmo 1,650 3.63 193 Stawell UG 56 2.56 5 Maud Creek 1,067 5.59 192 Total Measured 5,430 4.29 752 Indicated Tonnes (kt) Gold Grade (g/t) Oz Gold (kOz) Fosterville UG 12,950 4.57 1,904 Cosmo 2,987 2.99 288 Stawell UG 669 3.49 75 Stawell Op 3,394 1.52 166 Burnside 7,358 1.36 322 Union Reefs 3,579 2.38 273 Pine Creek 8,393 1.41 379 Maud Creek 5,426 3.04 532 Total Indicated 44,756 2.74 3,939 Total (M&I only) 50,193 2.91 4,691 Inferred Tonnes (kt) Gold Grade (g/t) Oz Gold (kOz) Fosterville UGa 5,073 4.08 665 CosmoC 678 2.76 60 Stawell UGd 1118 3.24 116 Stawell Opf 46 1.15 2 Burnsideg 6,820 1.46 321 Union Reefsh 3,342 2.3 247 Pine Creeki 2,540 2.34 191 Maud Creeke 1,980 2.32 149 Total Inferred 21,597 2.52 1,751

24. 24TSX:NMI Classification Structure Measured Indicated Inferred Tonnes Grade In situ Gold Tonnes Grade In situ Gold Tonnes Grade In situ Gold (kt) g/t Au (kOz) (kt) g/t Au (kOz) (kt) g/t Au (kOz) Allwood* Lower Phoenix 5 5.59 1 110 6.30 22 170 6.48 36 Eagle* Lower Phoenix 23 16.76 12 178 10.97 63 43 27.21 37 East Dippers* Lower Phoenix 1 6.85 0 544 9.79 166 27 16.12 14 Ellesmere - - - 331 5.73 61 20 3.39 2 Harrier - - - 48 3.96 6 25 3.62 3 Kestrel 6 6.69 1 960 4.70 145 175 5.13 29 Lower Phoenix* Lower Phoenix 64 7.68 16 495 8.75 139 - - - Lower Phoenix* FW Lower Phoenix 37 10.38 12 278 8.16 73 34 4.89 5 Phoenix* Phoenix 151 7.58 37 627 6.54 132 59 4.89 9 Raven - - - 119 8.12 31 - - - Robin - - - 68 8.39 18 - - - Splays - - - 912 5.74 169 298 3.98 38 Vulture - - - 517 5.04 84 635 4.56 93 Stockpile# 27 4.65 4 - - - - - - Total Sulphide 315 8.29 84 5,188 6.65 1,109 1,488 5.58 267 Notes: *Fosterville’s underground Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources include resources in the existing mining fronts in the Phoenix and Lower Phoenix gold system of 673,000 ounces grading 8.33 g/t Au. For the Mineral Resource estimate, the Qualified Person is Troy Fuller, MAIG, Geology Manager for Newmarket The Mineral Resources reported are inclusive of the Mineral Reserves for the same area. Lower cut-off grade of 3.0 g/t is applied to Lower Sulphide Mineral Resources below 5050mRL. Mineral Resources are rounded to 1,000 tonnes, 0.01 g/t Au and 1,000 ounces.Minor discrepancies in summation may occur due to rounding. Mineral Resources that are not Mineral Reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. The Mineral Resource estimate used a gold price of A$1,500per ounce. #Stockpile Inventory includes Lower Central Area Mineral Resources contained within the Run of Mine Stockpile and Coarse Ore Stockpile as at 31st December 2015 Appendix: Mineral Resources (Dec 31. 2015) Fosterville Central Area Lower Sulphide Mineral Resources (Inclusive of Mineral Reserves) below 5050mRL – as at Dec. 31, 2015

25. 25TSX:NMI Appendix: Mineral Reserves (Dec 31. 2015) 2P Reserves Tonnes (Mt) Grade Au (g/t) Au (kozs) Fosterville (Under Ground) 1.09 6.95 244 Fosterville (Tailings) 0.57 7.83 144 Cosmo 0.93 3.38 101 Stawell (Under Ground) 0.35 2.45 28 Stawell (Open Pit) Big Hill 3.12 1.36 138 Union Reefs (Under Ground) 0.27 4.42 39 Union Reefs (Open Pit) 0.24 1.61 12 Pine Creek 1.3 1.55 62 Total Proven & Probably Reserves 7.8 3.05 769 Source: Newmarket Gold March 21, 2016 press release announcing 2015 year-end mineral reserves and mineral resources Note: Mineral Resources have been rounded to 1,000 tonnes, 0.01 g/t Au and 1,000 ounces. Minor discrepancies in summation may occur due to rounding. Mineral Reserves have demonstrated economic viability. Processing Recoveries range between 88% and 93%, excluding Fosterville Tailings which expects recoveries of 25% (see reports for details). Mining Recoveries range from 85% and 95% (see reports for details). Gold Price of $A1,450/Oz used. Mineral Reserves as of December 31, 2015. Mining Dilution ranges from 5% to 20% (see reports for details).

26. 26TSX:NMI Appendix: Fosterville Mine New Discoveries  Eagle Fault, highlight intercepts include; 386 g/t Au (1) over 9.15 m (ETW 3.35 m) in hole UDH1238 (Including 5,283 g/t Au(1) over 0.6 m), 268 g/t Au (1) over 7.85 m (ETW 2.77 m) in hole UDH1255 (Including 5,276 g/t Au(1) over 0.35 m) and 73.15 g/t Au (1) over 8.7 m (ETW 7.78 m) in hole UDH1240A. Visible Gold has also been observed in the upper parts of Eagle zone in underground exposures.  Lower Phoenix Footwall, intercepted 77.87 g/t Au(1) over 6.3 m (ETW 4.33 m) in hole UDH1219A  East Dipping Fault, intercepted 246 g/t Au (1) over 0.90 m (ETW 0.81 m) in hole UDH1298 and 34.47 g/t Au over 5.1 m (ETW 4.09 m) in hole UDH1294  Kestrel structure returned 5.37 g/t Au over 9.75 m (ETW 5.12 m) in hole UDH1274 and 6.16 g/t Au over 11.05 m (ETW 5.12 m) in hole UDH1122 (1) Visible gold present in drill intercept,ETW - EstimatedTrue Width, for further informationon drill resultssee NewmarketGold’s press releases dated July 27, 2015 and September 14, 2015 locatedat www.newmarketgoldinc.com

27. 27TSX:NMI Appendix: Fosterville Mine (Eagle Zone - Visible Gold)

28. 28TSX:NMI Appendix: Cosmo Mine Western Lodes  A number of drill holes have now penetrated the Western Lodes Target.  Drill results for the Cosmo Western Lodes which are outside of the current mine plan include 7.42 g/t gold over 4.3 m (estimated true width 2.85 m) and 6.59 g/t gold over 6.4 m (estimate true width 1.65 m).  Work continues to fully define the potential of the Western Lodes  Target is located only 160 m from current development and has the potential to increase resources at Cosmo and expand the current mine plan to alternative mining areas. Note: For further informationon drill results see NewmarketGold’s press release dated July 22, 2015 locatedat www.newmarketgoldinc.com

29. 29TSX:NMI Appendix: Cosmo Mine Sliver Lode & Deeps  Development of the Sliver Lode at the Cosmo Mine with additional high grade results including: 14.79 g/t Au over 11.4 m (ETW 11.4 m) in hole CE67518 and 14.07g/t Au over 6.0 m (ETW 5.83 m) in hole CE67522.  Down plunge drilling in the footwall area of the Cosmo deposit, the Cosmo Deeps drill program has identified mineralization approximately 200 m down-plunge from the current base of Mineral Resources at Cosmo. The Cosmo Deeps drilling program was successful and include intercepts such as 5.85 g/t Au over 5.70 m (ETW 4.2 m) in hole CE84099 and 3.09 g/t Au over 6.4 m (ETW 5.0 m) in hole CE840100.  The very encouraging Cosmo Deeps and Sliver drill results have identified an opportunity to drill the down plunge potential of these targets from surface. This program is expected to commence in late 2015 and will cover 2,000 m of drilling to allow for future infrastructure planning for the mine. This drilling is planned to intersect the mineralization around 100 m down plunge from recent Sliver Lode drilling results as well as around 80 m above the intercept in drill hole CE840100. This program has the potential to add significant mineralization extension to the Cosmo deposit. Note: For further informationon drill results see NewmarketGold’s press release datedSeptember 21, 2015 locatedat www.newmarketgoldinc.com Cosmo Deeps

30. 30TSX:NMI Appendix: Stawell Aurora B East Flank  New discovery of Aurora B East Flank mineralization is a significant event in the long history of the Stawell mine.  West Flank at Stawell has produced 2.3 million oz gold whereas the East Flank, where the Aurora B discovery has been made has no recorded production.  Drilling on the Aurora B discovery returned high-grade intercepts containing visible gold including: 7.06 g/t gold over 17.80 m (estimate true width 8.3 m).  Additional drilling on this new discovery is on-going. Note: For further informationon drill results see NewmarketGold’s press release datedJuly 22, 2015 locatedat www.newmarketgoldinc.com

31. 31TSX:NMI Fosterville Mine Gravity Circuit Addition The company has now committed to installing a 10 tonnes per hour gravity circuit (Knelson Concentrator) within the secondary (‘Regrind’) grinding circuit (Figure 5) at a cost of US$0.4 millionwith the installation expected to commence in early 2016 and be operational by the end of Q2 2016.

32. 32TSX:NMI Appendix: Non-IFRS and Additional Information Non-IFRSMeasures Newmarket Gold believes that investors use certain indicators to assess gold mining companies. The indicators are intended to provide additional information and should not be considered in isolationor as a substitutefor measuresof performancein accordancewith the InternationalFinancial ReportingStandards. “Operational Cash Costs per Ounce” is a non-IFRSperformancemeasurewhich could providean indication of the mining and processing efficiencyat the operations. The Company calculates operating cash costs per ounce by deducting silver sales revenue as a by-product from operating expenses per the consolidated statement of operations, then dividing by the gold ounces sold during the applicable period. Operating expenses include mine site operating costs such as mining, processing and administration as well as royalties, however excludes depletion and depreciation, share-based payments and rehabilitation costs. There are variations in the method of computation of “operational cash costs per ounce” as determined by the Company compared with other mining companies. For more detail on the operational cash costs per ounce determination for Crocodile Gold, please visit www.sedar.comor www.newmarketgoldinc.comand review the latest AnnualFinancialStatementsissued on March 19, 2014. “All-In Sustaining Costs per Ounce of Gold (“AISC”) Effective December 31, 2013, the Company has adopted an all-in sustaining cost (“AISC”) performance measure that reflects all of the expenditures that are required to produce an ounce of gold from current operations. While there is no standardized meaning of the measure across the industry, the Company’s definition conforms to the AISC definition as set out by the World Gold Council in its guidance dated June 27, 2013. The World Gold Council is a non-regulatory, non-profit organization established in 1987 whose members include global senior mining companies. The Company believes that this measure will be useful to external users in assessing operating performance and the ability to generate free cash flow from current operations. The Company defines AISC as the sum of operating cash costs (per above), sustaining capital (capital required to maintain current operations at existing levels), capital lease repayments, corporate general and administrative expenses, mine exploration within the known resources and rehabilitation accretion and amortization related to current operations. AISC excludes capital expenditures for significant improvements at existing operations deemed to be expansionary in nature, exploration and evaluation related to growth projects, rehabilitation accretion and amortization not related to current operations, financing costs, debt repayments, share-based compensation not related to operations, and taxes. Additional Information Notes for Page 25: For information regarding mineral resource and reserve estimates, including parameters used to generate the estimates and depletion, please see the technical reports titled: NI43-101 TECHNICAL REPORT FOSTERVILLE GOLD MINE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA PREPARED FOR NEWMARKET GOLD INC dated March 21, 2016 and; NI43-101 TECHNICAL REPORT – BIG HILL ENHANCED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT AT STAWELL GOLD MINE MINERAL RESOURCES & RESERVES PREPARED FOR CROCODILE GOLD CORP dated June 6, 2014. For the Northern Territory Mineral Reserve Estimates please refer to the technical reports titled: REPORT ON THE MINERAL RESOURCES & MINERAL RESERVES OF THE COSMO DEEPS GOLD PROJECT dated March 21, 2016; NI 43-101 TECHNICAL REPORT STAWELL GOLD MINE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA PREPARED FOR NEWMARKET GOLD INC dated March 21, 2016; REPORT ON THE MINERAL RESOURCES & MINERAL RESERVES OF THE UNION REEFS GOLD PROJECT dated December 31, 2012; REPORT ON THE MINERAL RESOURCES & MINERAL RESERVES OF THE PINE CREEK GOLD PROJECT dated December 31, 2012; REPORT ON THE MINERAL RESOURCES & MINERAL RESERVES OF THE MAUD CREEK GOLD PROJECT dated December 31, 2012 and; REPORTON THE MINERALRESOURCES& MINERALRESERVESOF THE BURNSIDEGOLD AND BASE METAL PROJECTdated December 12, 2013. Mineral resourcesthat are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economicviability. Qualified Person Mark Edwards, MAusIMM (CP), MAIG, General Manager, Exploration, Newmarket Gold, is a "qualified person" as such term is defined in National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed and approvedthe technicalinformationand dataincludedin this presentation.

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