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Welcome to Kalamazoo Resources Limited

A progressive Australian gold and base metals explorer and developer

ASX-listed Kalamazoo Resources (ASX: KZR) is a gold and copper explorer and developer whose primary focus is on exploring and developing two gold-copper projects in Western Australia and the Wattle Gully Gold Project in Victoria.

Kalamazoo listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on 16 January of 2017 to explore and develop the Snake Well and Cork Tree projects.  The Snake Well Gold and Base Metals Project is located in WA’s Murchison region northeast of Geraldton. Snake Well is northwest of ASX-listed MMG Limited’s highly regarded and producing Golden Grove underground copper, zinc, lead, silver and gold mine and just north of Doray Minerals’ (ASX:DRM) new Deflector underground gold and copper mine.

  • The advanced Snake Well Project covers ~263km² and controls a 45km strike length of the prospective Tallering Greenstone Belt. It comprises five granted mining leases, one exploration licence and two exploration licence applications. Native Title agreements are in place.
  • Snake Well’s three main target areas include Mixy Lode, the A-Zone and the historical Royal Standard mine. Other areas for exploration include areas such as Calici 1 and 2 and several gold mineralised laterites as well as base metal interest at A-Zone and Conquistador areas. Exploration to date suggests potential for extensions to mineralisation along strike and down dip. There are also numerous exploration targets outside of the main mineralised areas.
  • Mineral Resources, reported in accordance with the JORC Code (2012) exist for Snake Well’s Mixy, A-Zone and the Lop laterite deposits.
  • A 2015-2016 KZR trial mining exercise at the Mixy Lode produced ~4,459 ozs @ 6.83 g/t gold for 98.1 % recovery through Minjar Gold Pty Limited’s, Golden Dragon CIL plant. With further exploration and development, KZR aims to evolve additional development options for Snake Well.
  • KZR is also exploring its Cork Tree Project north of Wiluna in the Doolgunna region, and southeast of Sandfire’s (ASX:SFR) Degrussa copper mine and Talisman (ASX: TLM) / Sandfire’s prospective Monty project. A surface copper anomaly has been identified on the Cork Tree tenements with a footprint of over a 2km² area and further exploration is planned.
  • KZR exercised an option (ASX: KZR 6 October 2017, ASX: KZR 17 April 2018) to acquire equity in three highly prospective gold projects in WA‘s Pilbara region covering 252km². Subsequently, Kalamazoo made applications (ASX: KZR 10 November 2017) for two highly prospective tenements E45/5046 & subsequently E45/5146. The tenements have the potential to host significant gold mineralisation. The projects are within proximity to some of the Pilbara’s most exciting gold projects and located in proximity to the gold projects of Novo Resources (TSX.V: NVO), Artmeis (ASX: ARV), De Grey Mining (ASX: DEG), Venturex Resources (ASX: VXR), Impact Minerals (ASX: IPT), DGO Gold (ASX: DGO) and Calidus (ASX: CAI).
  • Kalamazoo has been granted Exploration Licence 006679 (“Wattle Gully”) which lies immediately east and south of the town of Castlemaine and covers almost the entire historic Castlemaine Goldfield for an area of 70km2. A second application, Exploration Licence 006752 (“Wattle Gully South”), covers an area of 218km², thus taking the total tenement holding (once granted) to 288km2. In comparison to the other fields within the Bendigo Zone, the Castlemaine Goldfield has not been tested comprehensively at depth leaving open the prospect of repetitions of mineralisation at deeper levels. The recent exploration success that has been achieved by Kirkland Lake Gold (ASX: KLA) at the Fosterville Gold Mine demonstrates the substantial gold prospectivity that the Victorian systems can possess at depth (Fosterville Mineral Reserves increased approximately 247% from December 31, 2016 to 1.7Moz @ 23.1g/t – refer to ASX: KLA 3 May 2018). Kalamazoo has also been able to secure from Castlemaine Gold Fields (ASX:CGT) the project’s entire 200GB+ database, including 3D models of various deposits and the entire drill core farm. Only limited exploration has been conducted and certain modern exploration techniques, for example gravity and seismic surveying, have not been utilised within the project area but have proven to be very effective at Kirkland Lake’s Fosterville Gold Mine.

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Kalamazoo’s key WA gold-copper projects

Figure 1.  Location Map of Kalamazoo Projects

Figure 2. Snake Well Project : Location of Tenements and Significant Gold and Base Metal Projects in the Murchison Region, WA

Figure 3. Cork Tree Project : Location, Tenements and Significant Copper Projects, in the Doolgunna region, southeast of Sandfire NL’s De Grussa mine and the Talisman/Sandfire Monty discovery.

Figure 4.  Location of Sisters, DOM’s Hill, Marble Bar Gold and Yule Project Tenements

Figure 5. Wattle Gully Gold Project Location