Australian Projects Select

Western Amadeus Basin Project

Mozart Diamond/Basemetal Project

A single 42 block (131km2) exploration licence application (E69/3444) has been lodged covering an untested magnetic target in the West Amadeus Basin (WA). The application covers a bullseye magnetic anomaly that could represent a kimberlite intrusion. The discovery of numerous kimberlite bodies at the Meteroric Resources – Geocrystal Webb Diamond JV Project (200km north) which continues to yield microdiamonds, and historical surface microdiamonds at Mount Destruction (50km west) suggest that the target may be highly prospective. The project lies within Ngaanyatjarra Aboriginal lands, and is located approximately 20km west of the Tjukurla community. Graded tracks pass within 5km of the anomaly and so access to the site is logistically feasible.
Engagement with the Ngaanyatjara Council has commenced regarding the negotiation and establishment of a mineral exploration access agreement with the Traditional Owners of the area. Grant of the licence will hopefully be achieved in the latter half of 2016.


Mozart Diamond Project – West Amadeus Basin (Western Australia)