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Kingfisher Mining’s projects in the Gascoyneregion include the Kingfisher, Mick Well and Arthur River Projects and cover of tenure in eleven exploration licences which are granted and two exploration licence applications. The Projects include rocks of the Durlacher Supersuite and the Halfway Gneiss, an exotic block of Archean geology. The Company has made a break-through rare earth elements discovery at Mick Well and holds a strike length of over 50km of the target structural corridor along the deep-seated crustal-scale Chalba Fault.

Kingfisher Mining’s Boolaloo Project is located in the Ashburton Basin and includes of tenure in five granted exploration licences which cover a strike length of more than 30km of the interpreted structures which are prospective for copper and gold mineralisation.

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