Projects

AUSTRALIAN PROJECTS

 

QUEENSLAND

Fletchers Awl (EPM 27423) – Central Queensland

Project was identified in Australia-wide mineral modeling targeting process. Highly prospective for both epithermal gold-silver and porphyry copper-gold mineralisation. Includes old mine workings and a wide distribution of samples enriched in Cu, Au, Ag – potential for a large mineralised system at depth. No previous systematic exploration; no existing diamond drillholes

Peter Craigie (EPM27408) – Western Succession, QLD

Includes the historic Peter Craigie Mine. Considering high potential for significant copper mineralisation; potentially new IOGC system. No Au drilling or rock-chip assays available. The lab-analysed soils have accurate Au concentrations.

NEW SOUTH WALES

Pine Creek (EL5865) – Curnamona Province, NSW

Exciting prospect along a NW-SE trending structure from the Copper Blow IOCG resource. Limited drilling and minimal outcrop with rock chips assaying up to 3% Cu, 1.5 g/t Au, 645ppm Co, 41% Fe, low Pb and Zn. Tenement contains IOCG targets and VTEM bedrock conductors.

Adelargo (ELA6152) – Lachlan Fold Belt, NSW

ELA6152 covers an area which is highly prospective for structurally controlled, vein hosted gold mineralisation, potentially analogous to Mt Aubrey Gold or Warraderry Mine. Mapping shows Mid Devonian Rocky Ponds Group (including rhyolites, basalts and andesites) exposed in core of anticline overlying mid Devonian and Ordovician sediments and volcanics. Localise sericite alteration zones also mapped. Very little previous exploration in tenement area.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Walparuta (EL6484 & 2020/00166) – Curnamona Province, SA

Tenement is highly prospective for IOCG mineralisation and includes historic Walparuta Mine. Encouraging Cu–Au assays, associated with magnetite. Very limited drilling – all prior to acquisition of regional magnetic data in 1995. Most targets have not been tested.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Gneuda (E09/2451) – South Carnavon Basin, WA

The area is located on the basin margin, and adjacent to the high basement heat areas of the basin, containing fault structures suitable to support mineralised copper systems. Previous exploration was focused on Uranium. Occurrence of black shales with the best result being 8m of 884 ppm Pb from 176m.