Mt Stirling Gold Camp
The Mt Stirling Gold Project is located 40km northwest of Leonora in Western Australia (Figure 3). The Project lies 8km NW of Red5’s 4Moz King of the Hills mine.
The Zuleika Project is located in the central part of the Archaean Norseman-Wiluna greenstone belt in Western Australia. The greenstone belt is approximately 600 kilometres in length and is characterised by thick sequences of ultramafic, mafic, and felsic volcanics, as well as various intrusives and sedimentary rocks. Generally the mafic and ultramafic occur at the base of the sequence, with the felsic volcanic to volcaniclastic rocks overlying.
The Credo Well Project is located ~35km north‐west of Kalgoorlie, within the Kalgoorlie Terrane of the Norseman‐Wiluna greenstone belt, forming the southern portion of the Ora Banda domain.
The project area is situated south-west of Coolgardie on the eastern edge of a 3 to 4 km wide Archaean greenstone belt in contact with the Bali Monzogranite. The greenstone sequence wraps around the monzogranite and hosts gold mineralisation at numerous locations stretching back to Coolgardie, including Norma May, Grosmont, Burbanks and MacPherson’s Reward. The major structural feature in the area is the Bullabulling Shear which is interpreted as passing to the west of the tenements. Some large gold resources have developed on the Bullabulling Shear at the Gibraltar and Bullabulling mine sites.
The BonnieVale project consists of a single granted Prospecting Licence 15/5305 with an application to transition to Mining Lease 15/1839 pending. The project is located within the Coolgardie Domain of the Kalgoorlie Terrane in the Eastern Goldfields Province of the Yilgarn Craton. This domain consists of an arcuate belt of complexly deformed mafic and ultramafic rocks with minor black shales, volcanoclastics and sediments.