The Lake Rebecca Gold Project
Lake Rebecca comprises four granted and one pending Exploration Licence over a 575km2 area. It is located approximately 150km east north-east of Kalgoorlie, WA.
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 holds 100% of the southern three tenements and operates a Joint Venture with Matsa Resources (BNR 80:MAT 20) on the northern two tenements.
Bulletin is actively exploring Lake Rebecca. Drilling has shown the Rebecca mineralisation lodes in Apollo Consolidated Limited’s (ASX:AOP) tenure extend into Bulletin ground.
Bulletin drilling has also shown the granodiorite rocks host multiple trends of mineralisation. This increases the potential of further gold mineralisation in the greater Lake Rebecca project area.
Aircore drilling highlights new gold zones in the project area. Drilling has identified several new mineralised gold zones that have comparable gold tenor and extent to the >0.1 g/t gold anomaly that led to the discovery of Apollo’s Rebecca gold deposit.
Importantly for Bulletin and the wider prospectivity of its Rebecca tenement package, new gold anomalism areas are found in both the western block of the Rebecca Complex that contains known large gold deposits, and the newly identified and under-explored eastern block of the Rebecca Complex. The discovery of gold anomalism within the eastern Rebecca Complex block significantly increases the area of prospective geology for Bulletin and provides strong encouragement to explore for deposits of a similar size to those found in the western Rebecca Complex block such as Apollo’s Rebecca deposit.