Kalamazoo owns a significant portfolio of gold and lithium assets in Western Australia, Victoria and New South Wales.
In the Pilbara region of Western Australia, Kalamazoo is advancing a portfolio of gold and lithium projects. The 217km2 Ashburton Gold Project, acquired from Northern Star Resources (ASX: NST) in June 2020, is located on the southern edge of the Pilbara Craton. The Project has historically produced 350,000oz Au (1998-2004) and currently contains a Mineral Resource estimate (JORC Code 2012) of 16.2Mt @ 2.8g/t Au for 1.44Moz.
The Mallina West Gold Project in the Pilbara region covers 240km2 and is located along strike of, and within the same structural corridor that hosts all De Grey Mining’s (ASX: DEG) deposits. Mallina West is prospective for both epigenetic gold mineralisation associated with the Wohler Shear Zone.
Kalamazoo has consolidated a 354km2 tenement package in the Pilbara which is highly prospective for hard-rock lithium deposits. The package includes three projects – Marble Bar, DOM’s Hill and Pear Creek – where Kalamazoo has identified significant pegmatite-hosted lithium mineralisation potential.
In Victoria, Kalamazoo has established the largest exploration landholding in the southern section of the Central Victoria Goldfields. Kalamazoo’s acquisition of the 1,609km2 Mt Piper Gold Project from Coda Minerals, completed in September 2022, increased the Company’s holding in Victoria to 2,006km2. The Victorian portfolio also includes the Castlemaine Gold Project (covering almost all the historical Castlemaine Goldfields), the South Muckleford Project, the Tarnagulla Project and the Myrtle Project.
The Victorian project areas are located approximately 100km northwest of Melbourne and are well serviced by a network of roads, railway and air services. These assets lie within easy distance of the major regional population centres of Ballarat and Bendigo. Castlemaine was historically one of the richest goldfields in Victoria, having produced 5.6Moz 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.
In southern New South Wales, Kalamazoo has secured a ‘first mover initiative’ at the Jingellic Lithium Project which covers 990km2 in the Lachlan Fold Belt. The Project is prospective for both pegmatite-hosted lithium-caesium-tantalum (LCT) and hard rock tin mineralisation.
Kalamazoo is continually seeking to assess new resource project opportunities with the potential to create sustainable shareholder value.
Kalamazoo’s Project Locations