CALLAWA COPPER PROJECT
The Callawa Copper Project is located in Western Australia and hosts high-grade rock samples on surface which have not been adequately followed up with further exploration. The Callawa Copper Project covers granitic rocks untested for porphyry style mineralisation. Surface sampling has returned assay results of up to 28.7% Cu in altered granite, with elevated gold values, supported by other surface samples of 19% Cu, 9.4% Cu, 7.63% Cu and 2.68% Cu. A series of small shallow pits are spread over about 40m. The Callawa Copper Project contains over 2km of prospective strike, located to the west of the Rio Tinto "Winu Copper Gold Discovery" and north-west of the large Nifty Copper Mine. The Callawa Copper Project demonstrates significant potential for a further copper-gold discovery within the Archean Warrawagine Granitoid Complex.