Gold Exploration

Mangaroon (100%)
The Mangaroon project area is in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. The project includes one granted exploration licence, one granted prospecting licence, which contains the old Star of Mangaroon gold mine, and one pending exploration licence.

Recent field work has gained an understanding of the local geology and taken a number of samples for geochemical analysis as part of an orientation survey. Historic drilling data at the Star of Mangaroon mine has also been compiled and is in the process of being interpreted. It is expected that this work will lead to the generation of additional drill targets at the Star of Mangaroon Mine. Once the results of the orientation geochemical sampling are received, planning will commence for systematic geochemical sampling across the tenement package to assess for additional gold exploration targets.

Mount Regal (100%)
Mt Regal (E47/1202) is a gold prospect that occurs to the west of the Ruth Well nickel-sulphide occurrence and north of the regionally extensive Sholl Shear zone.

The soil sampling grid is currently being extended in order to generate additional gold targets.

Railway Bore (100%)
Located 15km south-east of Radio Hill, Railway Bore is an area of known gold mineralisation and geophysical methods are now being planned to  search for thicker gold lodes.