Laverton Tectonic Zone (and Celia Tectonic Zone)

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The Laverton Tectonic Zone Project (LTZ) consists of two groups of tenements, referred to as the Zelica South and Pinjin West Groups, located 180 km north-northeast and 130 km northeast from Kalgoorlie respectively. The Zelica South Group consists of one tenement and Pinjin West three tenements. The four tenements within the LTZ Project cover an area of around 389 km².

Bordering the northern margin of the Zelica South tenement and trending north are the Zelica/Eucalyptus workings. These were mined historically, reportedly producing around 270 kg of gold, and more recently was the site of dry blowing and modern mining activities. There is a current Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate (MRE) of 577 Mt at 1.63 g/t Au for the Zelica deposit, in which the overburden was stripped but no gold produced. The Pinjin West Group have no recorded mining activities or reported resources, however the historical gold mining centres of Pinjin and Edjudina are in close proximity.

Pinjin West

Zelica South