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Halls Creek Project

The Halls Creek Project is an early stage gold and base metal exploration project located in the east Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Covering 651 square kilometres, the project has had very little systematic exploration work to date.
A number of high-priority targets and new prospective zones have been identified across the project, including the Lady Helen Au-Ag prospect where very high grades were returned from early exploration work.

Although exploration continues, Hexagon is assessing options for Halls Creek as a non-core project such as farm out or spin out.

A historic gold region

The east Kimberley Mineral Field contains the first ever gold discovery in Western Australia in 1885 at Old Halls Creek. Significant gold been produced from the area since that time.

Prospecting in the seventies and eighties located significant high grades of between 10 to 60 g/t gold. A mesothermal lode gold mineralisation been found by Bulletin Resources (ASX:BNR) in the area where an inferred and indicated resource of 1.38 million tonnes grading 5.58 g/t Au has been reported.

Similar styles of epithermal to mesothermal gold mineralisation has been located at Lady Helen and Townsite prospects within our tenements, west of Halls Creek.