Mt Gilmore, NSW
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Mt Gilmore Copper-Cobalt-Gold Project, NSW – Australia
The Mt Gilmore Copper-Cobalt-Gold Project (Mt Gilmore) is located 35 kilometres from the city of Grafton in north-eastern New South Wales (NSW), and is host to the unique, high-grade, cobalt-dominant Cobalt Ridge Deposit (Cobalt Ridge). Corazon owns an 80% interest in Mt Gilmore and is managing and sole funding exploration until any future decision to mine is made.
Much of Mt Gilmore’s historical exploration has focused on the Cobalt Ridge prospect – a rare high-grade cobalt sulphide deposit. Corazon’s metallurgical testwork on the Cobalt Ridge mineralisation has delivered exceptional, high-grade metal concentrates and cobalt/copper sulphates, suitable for use in rechargeable (lithium-ion) batteries.
Since acquisition in mid-2016, Corazon’s exploration results have underpinned its belief that Mt Gilmore is prospective for hosting multiple rare, cobalt-rich sulphide deposits, similar to Cobalt Ridge. Corazon’s recent exploration of the prospective 22 kilometre “Mt Gilmore trend” uncovered a major copper-cobalt-silver-gold geochemical trend, potentially representing a district-scale exploration play for large intrusive-related copper-cobalt-gold deposits. These targets have become Corazon’s exploration focus at Mt Gilmore.
Mt Gilmore Project location map