Marindi Metals is pleased to provide an update on exploration activities across its Southern Forrestania Gold Project in Western Australia, where a recent review of regional geophysics correlated with recently acquired higher-resolution SAM geophysics has identified 19 new targets at the Great Southern Gold Prospect.
“Our close partnership with Southern Geoscience Consultants and Gap Geophysics is continuing to deliver value across our southern Forrestania Gold Project,” Mr Lawson said. “The geophysical review at GSGP has validated our initial targeting work, enhanced our understanding of the mineralisation styles and structural trends and delivered multiple high-potential targets, including the very exciting and extensive GS19 target.”
- New SAM survey recently completed over KKGP highlights major structures and identifies three new high-priority target areas
- Architecture and geometry of structures and rock types very similar to the high-grade Kat Gap gold prospect, located 3.5km to the north along the same sheared granite / greenstone contact zone
- SAM survey strongly validates the Kit Kat area as a larger analogue to the high-grade Kat Gap area, but on 100% Marindi ground