EMMAVILLE & TORRINGTON TIN PROJECT


Aus Tin Mining aims to develop a 30 year plus mine life* around Taronga


Highly prospective and proven field with approx. 88,000 tonnes of historic tin production.  ANW holds a dominant position of approx. 450km2 encompassing the mineralised Grampian Corridor and contact of the Mole Granite.  Exploration licences prospective for tin, copper, silver, lithium, tungsten, molybdenum and rubidium

  • Current exploration directed to extending Life of Mine utilising a centralised processing plant at Taronga

    • Life of Mine Extension targets: that include large scale deposits, similar to or larger than Taronga and that could extend the life of the operation, and includes the most advanced McDonalds prospect

    • McDonalds Geochem / geophysics footprint (2,300m x 500m) larger than Taronga, 2015 drilling (4m @ 0.64%Sn from 48m and 5m @ 0.58%Sn from 12m) [1] potentially higher grade than Taronga

  • High grade supplementary targets: that include historic high grade mines too small to justify their own plant, but which could be treated at Taronga, and includes the most advanced Dutchman / Harts prospect

* The Company aims to develop a 30 year plus mine life around Taronga through the exploration of its highly prospective tenement package.  This is an aspirational target and the Company does not yet have reasonable grounds to believe whether its tenement package will result in resources to support future production and/or production targets.

[1] Refer ASX announcements dated 18th August 2015 and 6th October 2015

Aus Tin Mining’s exploration package in NSW

Aus Tin Mining’s exploration package in NSW

Plan of Grampians Corridor

Plan of Grampians Corridor