The Julimar discovery in March 2020 has led to a massive pegging rush covering 30,000 km2. The Julimar Intrusive Complex flags the existence of a new and unexplored West Yilgarn Ni-Cu-PGE Province along the western margin of the Archean Yilgarn Craton
Six tenements 509 km2 start 90 km north-east of the Julimar high grade palladium-rich Ni-Cu-PGE sulphides at Julimar, 60 km NE of Perth
Land access has been granted with the main Trayning landowner. Pow has been approved and AC drilling has been completed with very thick high grade REE intersections.
These projects were selected based on aeromagnetic interpretation after noting the structural setting of the Julimar complex and the Gonneville mineralised discrete magnetic Ni-Cu-PGE body
The 112 km2 Benjabbering Project has a large 25 km long sinuous aeromagnetic pattern that trends in a NE and N direction and is very similar to the Julimar trends and structures. Several thickened zones may represent possible feeder areas for potential Ni-Cu-PGE mineralisation
Both the Trayning and Korrelocking Projects have a 2 km discrete magnetic target prospective for REES.