Albany-Fraser Exploration
Madura Project

The Madura Project tenements are located approximately 540km east of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, with non-contiguous tenements extending as far south as near the Western Australian south coast. The exploration project consists of five granted Exploration Licences and two Exploration Licence applications in the Madura Province of south-eastern Western Australia.

Prior to applying for the tenements in 2021, the tenements had historic exploration in the form of airborne geophysical surveys and a regional stratigraphic hole by the GSWA. Much of this work was concentrated around the northern most tenement (E69/3843), where indicators for Cu-Au source and host rocks is documented.

There is potential for gold-copper mineralisation of an IOCG affinity, and this is the basis for the proposed exploration program within the exploration project area.

Historical exploration on the tenements, prior to WA1’s applications in 2021 included airborne geophysical surveys and a regional stratigraphic drilling by the Geological Survey of Western Australia. Much of this work was concentrated around the northern most tenements, where indicators for copper-gold source and host rocks is historically documented. There is potential for copper-gold mineralisation of an IOCG affinity and other styles of mineralisation.