Kalamazoo’s has a suite of gold assets in both Victoria and Western Australia.
In June 2020 Kalamazoo acquired the Western Australian Ashburton Gold Project from Northern Star Resources Limited (ASX: NST). Covering 217km2, the Project is located on the southern edge of the Pilbara Craton in Western Australia, with historical gold production of 350,000oz Au (1998-2004). The Ashburton Gold Project currently contains a Mineral Resource estimate (JORC Code 2012) of 20.8Mt @2.5g/t Au for 1.65Moz.
The Victorian assets include the Castlemaine gold project, which cover almost all the historical Castlemaine Goldfields, the South Muckleford project and the Tarnagulla project. The project areas are located approximately 100 kilometres northwest of Melbourne and are well serviced by a network of roads, railway and air services. The project area lies within easy distance of the major regional population centres of Ballarat and Bendigo. It consists of two granted exploration licences and two exploration licence applications. Castlemaine was one of the richest gold fields in Victoria, having produced 5.6 million ounces from both alluvial and underground sources. The Castlemaine Goldfield is a north trending mineralised zone approximately 10km long and 4km wide, located within the highly mineralised Bendigo-Ballarat zone of the Lachlan Fold Belt.
Kalamazoo acquired between 80% and 100% equity in three highly prospective gold projects in the Pilbara during 2018. The tenements have the potential to host significant gold mineralisation and are located in highly prospective locations within close proximity to some of the Pilbara’s most exciting developing gold projects.
Kalamazoo’s Project Locations