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