Bungarra Gold Prospect
The Bungarra prospect is located to the south and southeast of the Geko Gold Open Pit Project. The geology comprises a complex west plunging, synclinal fold comprising mafic and ultramafic stratigraphy. The central limb area covers an interpreted folded mafic-ultramafic sequence consistent with the stratigraphy and structure of the Geko gold deposit located 2km to the northwest.
Previous drilling in this area has returned anomalous gold similar to the supergene mineralisation encountered at Geko. The Bungarra prospect area includes the Flame and Peach prospects and is defined by a plus 10ppb gold in soil anomaly on a 2ppb gold in soil background.
At the southern tenement boundary of the central limb area, previous drilling intersected anomalous gold at the confluence of two structural trends. The eastern limb area covers a mafic-ultramafic sequence which host quartz reefs, aplite and pegmatite dykes in a peridotitic host rock.’