Systematic exploration across the East Kimberley has lagged behind many of Australia’sProterozoic provinces, with past exploration programs broadly characterised by sporadiccampaigns over the past 50 years. Historical exploration, primarily guided by occurrences of surface gossan and geochemical anomalies, has provided consistent encouragement for the area’s economic potential. At the same time, discovery efforts have been hindered by a mix of cover, subcrop, poorly understood regolith, deep weathering and complex stratigraphy/structure, despite highly favourable host rocks, structure and known mineralisation across the area
The geological diversity within the tenement package has driven the search for a wide rangeof commodities by present and past explorers.
Significant gold and base metal presence has been confirmed from both historical datasets and our recent exploration and underpins the exciting potential of the East Kimberley Project.
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