Welcome to Bulletin Resources
Bulletin Resources Limited (ASX:BNR, Bulletin) is a Western Australia focused company with an objective of rewarding shareholders by adding value to its mineral projects. Bulletin’s strategy includes acquiring projects that have geological and economic prospectivity and are within practical haulage distance to existing infrastructure, operating mines or advanced projects.
Bulletin’s Ravensthorpe Lithium Project hosts outcropping spodumene bearing pegmatites only 12km from the 8.0Mt at 1.0% Li2O Mt Cattlin lithium mine.
Bulletin’s >600km2 Lake Rebecca Gold Project is immediately along strike of the >1 million ounce Rebecca gold deposit with gold mineralisation extending onto Bulletin tenure.
- New LIDAR Survey Advances Exploration Focus Ravensthorpe Lithium Project
- Geko Gold Mine Royalty Received
- More High Grade Spodumene Confirmed Ravensthorpe Lithium Project
- More Spodumene Lithium Outcrops Found Ravensthorpe Lithium Project
- Ravensthorpe Lithium Project Doubles in Size Ravensthorpe Lithium Project
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Bulletin Resources Projects
Lake Rebecca Gold Project
Bulletin’s Lake Rebecca Project is 150km east of Kalgoorlie and immediately along strike of a >1 million ounce gold deposit.
Ravensthorpe Lithium Project
Bulletin’s Ravensthorpe project overlies the Annabelle volcanic sequence and pegmatites which also host the Mt Cattlin Lithium mine and processing plant, 12km to the east.
Chifley Gold Project
The Chifley project is a 79km2 tenement that is prospective for gold. It is ~50km to the south of Lake Rebecca and on a northwest trending splay of the Claypan Fault.
Duketon North is prospective for gold and nickel. It is located 30kms north of the Moolart Well 3Mtpa gold mill and 30kms south of the Olympia nickel deposit. Targets in the area include gold in soil anomalies and coincident magnetic highs and EM targets.
Bulletin retains a royalty, profit share interest and joint venture interest in the Geko gold project, Coolgardie.