Halls Creek Copper-Silver-Zinc Project

100% Cazaly Resources Ltd

The Halls Creek Project is located in the east Kimberley near the township of Halls Creek (Figure 1). The project area extends over 10km strike of the Halls Creek Mobile Zone which is highly prospective for a range of commodities including gold, silver, copper, nickel, lead, zinc, and diamonds.

Mount Angelo North is a VMS Copper deposit located on a granted mining lease with a JORC Code 2012 compliant total resource of:

  • 1.72Mt @ 1.4% Cu, 12g/t Ag, 1.4% Zn using a lower cut of 0.4% Cu for
    23kt Cu, 680koz Ag, and 25kt Zn, including high grade intercepts:

    • 57m @ 5.0% Cu
    • 43m @ 2.1% Cu
    • 13m @ 3.4% Cu

 The deposit is outcropping at surface and is characterized by a strong Electromagnetic (EM) response.

Exploration activities have identified new EM target sacross the project area including a 300m long conductor at Moses Rock.

The Bommie prospect located 2.5km to the south west of Mount Angelo North is a significant large tonnage, low grade copper target. The prospect has a large surface geochemical footprint extending for 1km along strike and 800m wide. Drill testing to date has shown the mineralisation extends from surface with very wide intercepts including:

  • 170m @ 0.4% Cu
  • 178m @ 0.3% Cu
  • 136m @ 0.3% Cu

Higher grade zones occur within these broad low grade intercepts, and include:

  • 7m @ 1.3% Cu
  • 23m @ 1% Cu

While exploration continues on the existing high priority prospects, Cazaly considers the district highly prospective and will continue to explore the entire Halls Creek Project in search of new economic mineral discoveries.



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