The Paraburdoo Exploration Licence is located 25km west of the township of Paraburdoo in Western Australia and covers an area of 221 square kilometres.


























A soil geochemistry program was designed and executed to follow-up gold, platinum and palladium stream sediment anomalies generated by the Company in 2015. A total of 687 soil geochemical samples were collected on a very broad 200m sample spacing on lines 400m apart across the anomalous stream sediment areas.

 The assay results have highlighted the presence of a coincident platinum & palladium geochemical anomaly within the centre of the sampled area. The anomaly has been named the Hope Creek Prospect and comprises coherent and coincident modest tenor anomalism peaking at 126ppb palladium and 37ppb platinum, which is considered encouraging especially given the very broad sample spacing.

The proposed follow-up work program will include geological mapping and rock chip sampling along with infill soil geochemical sampling as warranted to increase the geological understanding and refine the soil anomalism. - Field work to commence September 2017


Paraburdoo Project – Imaged Platinum and Palladium Soil Geochemical Results