Tin, Lithium, Eastern Tasmania. Many known tin mineralised greisen bodies, with lithia micas. Two large drill ready targets, one analogous to Cinovec, the other potentially larger than Royal George and with a very large tin soil anomaly. A past producing tin field, underexplored for tin.
- Two main targets for two greisen styles, drill ready
- One, at Roys Hill, partially worked 1890s to 1910s, potentially 150m by 1km, beneath shallow Permian conglomerate, analogous to the Cinovec deposit on the Czech Republic- German border. Known lithia mica.
- The other, St Pauls Grid, a very large (1.1 x 1.1 km) soil anomaly, is a Royal George vertical greisen target, with potential to be larger than Royal George.
- A well mineralised past-producing tin province associated with apical zones of highly fractionated Devonian granite.
- Extensive drainage geochem anomalies.
- Very underexplored for tin and lithium.
Size:- 28 sq km.
Expenditure Commitment:- $22,000 in year to October 2020.
No veto on mineral exploration over Private Land and no native title heritage agreement restrictions apply in Tasmania.
Excellent infrastructure in NE Tasmania.
Easy drill access through open woodlands.