The project is located in the southern portion of the Laverton Tectonic Zone, a regional scale shear/fault system that is one of the more productive gold trends in the WA Goldfields; hosting the Sunrise Dam, Wallaby, Red October and Granny Smith gold camps. The tenements are adjacent to, and along strike of AOP’s Rebecca Gold >1 million ounce gold 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. The 57km2 tenement hosts several pegmatite outcrops with lepidolite and spodumene.
The Chifley project is a 79km2 exploration tenement that is prospective for gold. It is approximately 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.