The explorer will use $140,000 in funding received by the Western Australian Government’s Exploration Incentive Scheme to test for copper-gold VMS mineralisation.

The program will follow up previous work where VMS-type sulphide mineralisation has been identified and secondary copper minerals observed in drill core at the Bryah Basin Windalah Project in Western Australia.

VMS systems in the Bryah Basin are known to host high-grade copper-gold deposits such as Sandfire’s (ASX:SFR) DeGrussa and Monty mines as well as the historical Horseshoe Lights mine, around 13km to the north of Windalah.

The geochemical, hyperspectral, and structural information from diamond core in recent drilling has allowed Bryah (ASX:BYH) to refine its targeting with this EIS co-funded drilling program.

Right attributes, right geological setting

“Our geological team have been awaiting this drill program since we first observed the VMS sulphide stringers in the 2021 diamond drilling,” BYH CEO Ashley Jones said.

“For a junior exploration company, we have all the right geological attributes in the right geological setting.”




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