BLICKS PROJECT, EL 6465 and EL 8100 (Anchor 100%)
New South Wales – gold, copper, molybdenum & tungsten
Blicks is the most advanced project, aside from Bielsdown, following a significant amount of exploration, including limited shallow drilling at one prospect.
At the Blicks project the Tyringham prospect, a large intrusion-related gold system (IRGS), has been discovered and limited drilling has intersected extremely long zones of low grade gold mineralisation near surface. The style of mineralisation intersected is interpreted as leakage from a postulated deeper, higher grade, primary IRGS source. IRGS gold deposits often contain more than 1 Million ounces of gold and up to 10 Million ounces and have in recent years become major global gold producers.
Two other large, granite-related mineral systems, Tuting and Navin prospects, occur within a mineralised transverse corridor extending northeast from Tyringham. These contain copper, molybdenum, tungsten and gold.
At Blicks the large Tyringham IRGS and Tuting granite-related prospects are drill-ready and have potential to host major deposits.