Onslow Reefs

The historic Onslow Reef workings have a recoded production of approximately 2000 ounces and are made up of a small isolated cluster of workings, 8km south of Unicorn within EL4726.  The mineralisation is generally narrow and composed of quartz-sulphide lodes with true widths between 0.7 and 1.5m where mapped and sampled in the main adit level some 60m below surface.  Sampling by Dart Mining shows up to 0.7m @ 51.1 g/t Au and 0.8m @ 17.75g/t Au (see ASX DTM Report for the Quarter Ending 31 March 2014 – 28 April 2014).  Historic records describe further workings at Onslow South which have been located and show an arsenic soil anomaly trend over 400 m long and open north and south.  Multiple anomalies have been defined within the Onslow Reefs area, only a small number show historic prospecting or mining.  The large geochemical anomaly at Onslow South and limited chip samples across a mafic dyke up to 0.3m @ 8.94 g/t Au (see ASX DTM Report for the Quarter Ending 3o June 2014 – 31 July 2014) represents an attractive target for follow-up exploration to try and define a zone suitable for open pit mining.