St George Mining has identified a number of promising gold prospects at East Laverton through its initial reconnaissance exploration.
GOLD AT THE EAST LAVERTON PROJECT
The East Laverton Project is surrounded by the 20+ MozAu Laverton Goldfield to the west, the 8+ MozAu Tropicana gold deposit to the east, and the 6+ MozAu Gruyere deposit at Yamarna to the north (see Figure below).
The fundamental crustal architecture present in all the major goldfields of Western Australia’s NorthEastern Goldfields region is also present at East Laverton.
Important trans-lithospheric (mantle-piercing) structures that act as major magma pathways for mineralisation are present at East Laverton as evidenced by the extensive mantle-derived high MgO komatiites across the Project.
St George Mining has identified a number of gold prospects at East Laverton through its initial reconnaissance exploration.
The Ascalon, Bristol, Desert Dragon, Balmoral and Athena gold prospects are located in favourable structural and geological settings.
Significantly, historical reconnaissance gold exploration and shallow drilling at these areas has encountered zones of alteration, disseminated sulphides and low-grade gold intersections.
The consistency of gold mineralisation over such a broad area supports the presence of large gold systems at East Laverton.
The map below illustrates the favourable regional location of the East Laverton Project, surrounded by landmark gold deposits.
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