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Musgrave Project

Woomera’s Musgrave Project in the eastern Musgrave Province lies entirely within the Tjayuwara-Unmuru Native Title Determination Area. The Company will work closely with the Tjayuwara-Unmuru Aboriginal Corporation (TUAC) to advance exploration over the land.

A review of the Musgrave Project was undertaken during the 2021 which confirmed the Giles Complex rocks that host OZ Minerals’ (ASX:OZL) Nebo-Babel deposits extend into the tenement and consequently the Company believes the project is prospective for nickel-copper-cobalt mineralisation.

  • WML holds over 1,600km of granted tenure within Musgrave Province

  • Similar geological setting to the Nova Bollinger Ni-Cu and Julimar PGE-Ni-Cu deposits

  • Proximal to Craton Margin and mantle tapping structures

  • Woodroffe Thrust and gravity ridge pass through the project 

  • Known prospective Giles Complex rocks that host OZ’s Nebo-Babel Ni-Cu deposits identified, with historical assays up to 19m at 0.2% Ni (1) returned in ultramafic cumulates from 8m depth at Cavanagh (centre of project holding)

  • Geochemistry planned to refine targets ahead of airborne and ground EM surveys, plus drill testing in H2FY2022


Musgrave Project showing the proposed geochemical sampling areas at Cavanagh and Areas #1-3


Musgrave Province Craton Margin

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