QUEENSLAND PROJECTS


KILKIVAN | MT COLBALT | PEMBROKE

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KILKIVAN

The Kilkivan Project is located about 30km south west of Gympie and consists of EPM 19366.

Aus Tin has identified or reconfirmed prospects at Pembroke, Silver Valley, Mt Cobalt, Jackson North and Ridley. Aus Tin discovered ore grade nickel sulphide mineralisation at its Pembroke Prospect on the Black Snake Plateau, 30km south of Kilkivan in South East Queensland during mid 2008.

Kilkivan soil geochemistry and magnetic survey (TMI) data

Kilkivan soil geochemistry and magnetic survey (TMI) data


MT COBALT & PEMBROKE

Exciting energy metals adjunct to core tin business

  • Prospective for nickel, copper and cobalt: the focus for exploration at Kikilvan is occurring along an approx. 4km contact with the Black Snake Porphyry, with soil geochem, magnetic, conductivity (Induced Polarisation) data generating targets at Mt Cobalt, Pembroke and Jacksons / Ridleys.

  • Drilling has confirmed nickel sulphides at Pembroke and separate copper-gold  and nickel-cobalt zones including previous drill results of 7m @ 2.1g/tAu, 0.68%Cu from 26m and 4m @ 1.1%Ni, 620ppmCo [1] from 71m.  2019 drilling identified new zones of nickel and copper at depth and provides indicator to target mineralised zone at depth.

  • Drilling has confirmed presence of high cobalt grades at Mt Cobalt, including 0.32%Co, 0.62%Ni over 25m including 1.5m @ 1.48%Co, 1.3%Ni (end of hole) [2].  Most recent drilling highlighted shallow high grade nickel intersections and extension of the target shear zone that has been found elsewhere at Mt Cobalt to host high grade cobalt mineralisation [3].

Location of Aus Tin’s tenements, Pembroke & Silver Valley Discoveries at Black Snake Plateau, 220km northwest of Brisbane

Location of Aus Tin’s tenements, Pembroke & Silver Valley Discoveries at Black Snake Plateau, 220km northwest of Brisbane

[1] Refer ASX Announcement dated 2nd March 2011

[2] Refer ASX announcement dated 16th February 2018

[3] Refer ASX announcement dated 10th May 2019