Koonenberry Project

Highly Prospective / Under Explored

  • Located 135km east of major mining centre, Broken Hill NSW
  • District-scale tenement package of 3,300km2 – highly prospective for VMS hosted Cu and magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE
  • ~190km strike of the significantly under-explored Koonenberry Belt
  • Discovery Focused – Multiple Drill Ready Targets
  • Geochemistry and geophysical anomalies identified over 15-30kms strike
  • Methodically exploring a vast array of targets with significant potential for discovery of a big system
  • Outcropping mineralisation in ideal host rocks
  • Little exploration despite previously known sulphide occurrences

Wilandra Copper Corridor

  • 75km strike
  • Parallel structures
  • Coincident geochemistry
  • CSAMT, HeliTEM anomalies

Cymbric Vale Corridor

  • 50km underexplored strike
  • Coincident geochemistry and HeliTEM anomalies greater than 1km x 3km

Wertago & Bilpa Corridors

  • 115km underexplored strike
  • Numerous mineralised outcrops along strike
  • Coincident geochemistry and HeliTEM anomalies


Highly Prospective VMS Geology

  • Potential for long term production due to the formation of clusters of deposits in close proximity

  • Volcanic Massive Sulphide (VMS) deposits are one of the richest sources of metals such as copper, lead, and zinc globally (Hellyer, Golden Grove, Neves Corvo 100mt, Rio Tinto 100mt, Kidd 100mt)

  • Established VMS districts can produce for generations (50+ years)