Collurabbie is an advanced nickel-gold exploration project located in the highly prospective Northern goldfields region of Western Australia and situated 70 kilometres due east of the Fisher East Nickel Sulphide project and the Mt Fisher Gold project.
Collurabbie, Western Australia
The Collurabbie project hosts the Olympia nickel sulphide deposit, with a JORC 2012 Inferred Mineral Resource of 573,000t @1.63% Ni, 1.19% Cu, 0.082% Co, 1.49 g/t Pd, 0.85 g/t Pt. The style of mineralisation at Collurabbie is different to Fisher East, with significant copper and PGE components.
The tenements cover 168 km2 and also have the potential for gold mineralisation, with a number of intercepts from the Naxos project showing positive signs, including 2m @ 2.4 g/t Au.
As a stand-alone project, the Collurabbie Project offers significant opportunities for new discoveries and growth. The project also has the potential to add value to the Fisher East Project, being only 70 km to the east. If both projects are brought into production, there is potential for ore from Collurabbie and Fisher East to be treated at the same plant.