The Company’s Projects are focused on exploration for gold, nickel, copper, and rare earth elements (REE) within the highly prospective Fowler Domain and Nuyts Domain, both within the Gawler Craton in South Australia as well as western Victoria. Currently, the Company has interests in 5 Projects:

Yumbarra Project

South Australia (EL6417)

  • Located in the western Eyre Peninsula region of South Australia within the Nuyts Domain of the Gawler Craton
  • Contains a highly magnetic feature that is interpreted as a layered ultramafic intrusive
  • Limited historical exploration undertaken on the Tenement, with the focus of past exploration on nickel and mineral sands

Coorabie Shear Zone Project

South Australia (EL6692)

  • Located on the eastern margin of the Fowler Domain in the far west of South Australia and is contiguous with the Fowler Tenements
  • The area is prospective for nickel, copper and gold
  • A deep mantle tapping structure has been identified in a regional Magnetotellurics (MT) survey

Sandford Project

Victoria (EL6958)

  • Located in western Victoria, approximately 350km west of Melbourne
  • Prospective for gold and base metals (copper, lead, silver, and zinc), as well as ionic REE clays and heavy mineral sands
  • Historic exploration predominantly focused on greenstone sequences interpreted to be associated with identified base metal and nickel occurrences

Fowler Project

South Australia (EL6603 & EL6604)

  • Two adjoining tenements located on the eastern margin of the Fowler Domain in the far west of South Australia
  • Have potential for Ni/Cu and Au mineralisation;
  • Tenements are very remote and covered by sand dune fields, and as a result, the region has seen little exploration apart from regional scale mineral sand drilling focussing on the cover

Tallacootra Project

South Australia (EL6615)

  • Located on the western margin of the Fowler Domain in the far west of South Australia
  • Has potential for Ni/Cu and Au mineralisation
  • Limited modern exploration in the region due to prevailing cover and until recently, limited airborne geophysics