EPM 27633

Lukin River – 70 km SSW of Coen

Whilst alluvial gold and heavy minerals are present, our exploration will focus on the Lukin Copper Prospect where a porphyritic rhyolite intrudes a package of metasediments. Widespread copper mineralisation has been detected in historic scout drilling over a 2 x 1.5 km area. Drill results of interest include a long intersection of 105m @ 0.21% Cu and 0.08 g/t Au occurring from51m downhole depth. This zone includes a clear hypogene interval of 12m @ 0.15g/t Au and 0.31% Cu from 96m depth in a silicified and brecciated porphyry intrusive which remains untested at depth. Other drill intersections of 58m @0.2 % Cu, 44m @ 0.23% Cu, 34m @ 0.3% Cu, and 33m @ 0.24% Cu confirm the widespread nature of the copper mineralisation.

EPM28136

Curwon Extended

Located approximately 60km west-southwest of Coen and 60 km west-north-west of Musgrave in Far North Queensland, the 98 sub-block project application area falls wholly within the Ebagoola 1:250,000 sheet area SD54-12 and straddles the Strathburn and Strathmay 1:100,000 map sheets. The area has been selected as a compliment to the groups EPM 27633 and as having further potential for both porphyry related and strata bound base metal mineralisation within the Coen Inlier metasediments.

EPM28137

Curwon Extended 2

Located approximately 92km west-southwest of Coen and 82 km west of Musgrave in Far North Queensland, the 99 sub-block project application area falls wholly within the Ebagoola 1:250,000 sheet area SD54-12 and the Strathmay 1:100,000 map sheets. The area has been selected as a compliment to the groups EPM 27633 and EPMA 28136 as having further potential for both porphyry related and strata bound base metal mineralisation within the Coen Inlier metasediments.

EPM28236

Curwon Extended 3

Located approximately 92km west-southwest of Coen and 80 km west-northwest of Musgrave in Far North Queensland, the 1– sub-block project application area falls wholly within the Ebagoola 1:250,000 sheet area SD54-12 and straddles the Strathburn and Strathmay 1:100,000 map sheets. The area has been selected as a complement to the groups EPM 27633, EPMA 28136 and EPMA 28137 as having further potential for both porphyry related and strata bound base metal mineralisation within the Coen Inlier metasediments.

Working Plans for 2022

The road access established in 1990 for EPM 27633, will be reinstated early in the 2022 dry season, allowing for vehicle and drilling accessibility and for surface field sampling to be undertaken on all 4 permits. An airborne geophysical survey over the entire permit region will be undertaken. The survey will provide extensive magnetometer and Gamma-Ray spectrometer data, with the intention for drilling to commence in 2023.

Maps and data