The Beta Hunt Mine (“Beta Hunt”) is located 600 km east of Perth in Kambalda, Western Australia and hosts economic deposits of both nickel and gold. Beta Hunt is wholly owned by Karora Resources.
Gold mineralization occurs mainly in subvertical shear zones in the Lunnon Basalt and is haracterized by shear and extensional quartz veining within a halo of biotite/pyrite alteration. Within these shear zones, coarse gold sometimes occurs where the shear zones intersect ironrich sulphidic metasediments in the Lunnon Basalt or nickel sulphides at the base of the Kambalda Komatiite (ultramafics).
Source: Karora Resources
NI 43-101 TECHNICAL REPORT HIGGINSVILLE-BETA HUNT OPERATION EASTERN GOLDFIELDS, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, Effective Date: December 31, 2020