Yilgarn Margin Gold Projects

Yilgarn Margin Gold Projects

The Company’s Yilgarn Margin Gold projects comprise the Throssel Gold Project and the Malmac Gold Project. Both Throssel and Malmac are located in the highly prospective Yilgarn Margin of Western Australia.

Both Throssel and Malmac are considered prospective for orogenic gold, sedimentary exhalative (SEDEX) and volcanogenic massive sulphide (VHMS) base metals deposits, and nickel and platinum group elements (PGE’s).

The Company’s ground holdings in the Yilgarn Margin total 972 km2.

Throssel Gold Project (100%)

The Throssel Gold Project covers 162 km2 and is located 70 km north of the 6.2 Moz Gruyere Gold Mine operated by Gold Road Resources Ltd (ASX: GOR). The project area covers a potential 20 km strike of unexplored greenstone belt under shallow cover.

Malmac Gold Project (100%)

The Malmac Gold Project covers 810 km2 within the northern Yilgarn margin mobile belt.  The tenements are focussed on the Imbin rift associated with the highly mineralised Glenburgh Orogen with host rocks similar in age and geology to the Karalundi Formation that host Sandfire Resources Ltd’s (ASX: SFR) Degrussa deposit.