Great Southern in search for motherlode at Duketon

great southern in search for motherlode at duketon

Sumary of Great Southern in search for motherlode at Duketon:

  • Camera IconAircore drilling at Great Southern’s Duketon Project testing a gold soil anomaly at the Amy Clarke propsect.
  • Credit: FileShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the LinkGreat Southern Mining is ploughing nearly 8,000 metres of aircore drilling into the Amy Clarke gold prospect within its Duketon tenements in Western Australia.
  • Drilling is aimed at seeking out the source of a 4 kilometre long gold in soil anomaly which the company says exhibits uncanny similarities in size and tenor to Regis Resources nearby 2.1 million ounce Garden Well gold mine.
  • The Duketon project lies about 45km north of Laverton in WA’s north-eastern Goldfields.
  • It covers more than 450 square kilometres of the multi-million ounce gold-bearing Duketon greenstone belt.
  • Since acquiring the project in 2020 Great Southern has launched into an extensive review and compilation of historical data which included over 24,000 soil samples and 12,000 drill holes.
  • Interestingly, in 1996, Sons of Gwalia intercepted 3m grading 340 parts per billion gold in a mineralised quartz vein at the bottom of a 9m Rotary Air Blast – or “RAB” drill hole that was never followed up.
  • Great Southern embarked on a follow up soil survey aimed at further defining the limits of the historical gold in soil anomaly.

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