Lake Nerramyne

Lake Nerramyne Ni-Cu, PGE & Attapulgite Project (100% Boadicea)

The Lake Nerramyne Exploration Licence of 39km2 is located 160km northeast of Geraldton in Western Australia. The Project was acquired on the basis of PGE, gold and nickel-copper exploration targets associated with interpreted layered mafic intrusive complexes. Extensive exploration of the once larger project area failed to define targets warranting drill testing and the project was reduced to the current 39km2 in the September quarter 2017.

The retained portion of the Lake Nerramyne Project covers the lake extensions of Hudson Resources’ attapulgite mine and is considered prospective for extensions to this resource. Attapulgite is a magnesium clay industrial mineral that is used in a very wide range of applications including suspension, reinforcement, and binding properties, paints, sealants, adhesives, tape-joint compound, catalysts, suspension fertilizers, fire suppressants, foundry coatings, animal feed suspensions, and molecular sieve binders to name just a few.

 The Company is currently planning exploration programs for 2018.


 Lake Nerramyne Project – Tenure relative to Hudson Resources Attapulgite Mine