Ashburton Mineral Field
Kingfisher Mining’s Boolaloo Project is located in the Ashburton Basin and includes 713sq.km of tenure in three exploration licences that are granted and two exploration licence applications which cover a strike length of more than 30 km of the interpreted structures which are prospective for copper and gold mineralisation.
Gascoyne Mineral Field
Kingfisher Mining’s projects in the Gascoyne region include the Kingfisher, Mick Well and Arthur River Projects and cover 693sq.km of tenure in four granted exploration licences and four exploration licence applications. The Projects lie within the Halfway Gneiss, an exotic block of Archean geology where the Company holds a strike length of over 50km of the geological horizon the Company is targeting for Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide mineralisation. Similar aged Archean rocks are recognised world-wide for occurrences of VMS systems and as a source of base metal deposits which are currently being mined. The area is also prospective for rare earth elements and uranium.