HORRY COPPER PROJECT
The Horry Project is located in the north-eastern area of Western Australia. The Horry Copper Project boasts high grade Cu-Au-Ag gossanous mineralisation up to 60m long and 2.4m wide, however, broader mineralization exists over 7.4m width and 900m along shear zone with high-grade rock chip results identified on surface. The Horry Copper Project lies within the strongly deformed and mineralised Halls Creek Mobile Belt bounding the eastern edge of the Kimberley Craton – highly prospective high-grade copper-gold mineralisation with a broader low-grade copper-gold porphyry system. The Horry Copper Project is located along strike of the Halls Creek Copper Project owned by Cazaly Resources Limited (ASX: CAZ) which has reported high-grade drilling intersections including 64m @ 2.72% Cu (1.13% Zn), 62m @ 2.41% Cu (2.75% Zn), 37m @ 2.63% Cu (6.05% Zn), 16m @ 5.91% Cu and 18m @ 2.53% Cu.