A regional structural interpretation highlighted that the Dobroyde Volcanic Complex and the Forest Hill target are both individually hosted in large jogs along the Gilmore Fault. These deposits are thought to be dominated by NW and W dipping thrust faults and are characterised by argillic, phyllic, carbonate and silica alteration and gold associated with barite.
Depth to basement map was created for Forest Hill and has provided supporting evidence for NW dipping thrust faulting and dextral movement along the Gilmore fault.
A review of the geophysics by Moore Geophysics in conjunction with geological mapping, RC drilling and soil geochemistry has highlighted numerous priority targets to be followed up.
EL8577 has recently been granted to NSR which surrounds the Dobroyde licence EL6516 and the northern units of EL6768. This new licence application is due to the company recently drilling a thick package of alteration and low grade mineralisation at Dobroyde.