Yarrie Lithium Project
The Yarrie Lithium Project is a district-scale lithium exploration opportunity located in the eastern Pilbara lithium hotspot adjacent to and along strike of significant and growing hard-rock lithium deposits. Due to its favourable location and underlying geology, the Yarrie project is considered highly prospective for hard-rock lithium mineralisation in pegmatites.
The Yarrie Lithium Project comprises nine exploration licenses covering more than 1,700 km2
in the eastern Pilbara lithium hotspot, approximately 50km northeast of Marble Bar, Western Australia. The Company has generated a targeted “lithium-exploration” model for the project, providing focus within this district-scale opportunity where dedicated lithium exploration can be conducted.
A review of the key geological structures present at the Yarrie Lithium Project has revealed several structures and geological formations which may have acted as potential conduits for lithium-bearing mineralising fluids.