SA Gawler Craton: Why it remains an attractive exploration opportunity
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RockTalk is a Stockhead video series featuring a roundtable of resources experts discussing a new macro topic each week.
In this episode, host Peter Strachan discusses the latest exploration and development opportunities at South Australia’s Gawler Craton.
Taiton Resources is an early-stage mineral exploration and development company that has a shallow mineral system within the Olympic Dam mineralising event. The company’s dominant land holding at the Highway Project has the potential to uncover the next elephant deposit in Australia.
Indiana Resources (ASX: IDA) is a rare earths company focused on advancing a portfolio of exploration tenements, which also include gold and base metals optionality, in the highly prospective Central Gawler Craton Province in South Australia. Indiana’s ground position in the Gawler Craton covers 5,713km², with the Company’s tenements strategically located between the historic gold mining centres of Tunkillia and Tarcoola.
The hear the group discuss a range of topics including Indiana Resources’ Minos and Ariadne drill results, Taiton Resources’ future listing and major shareholders, what attracted the companies to the Gawler Craton and more, click below!