The Earaheedy Project consists of five Exploration Licence Applications (E38/3706 - E38/3710) covering a vast combined area of 911km2, located 850km northeast of Perth (Figure 1).

The project is in the Proterozoic-aged Earaheedy Basin which covers an area of approximately 400km x 100km.

The Earaheedy Basin contains the Chinook Zn-Pb-Ag discovery made in April 2021 by Rumble Resources Limited and Zenith Minerals Limited. The larger Chinook project area has an Exploration Target released via ASX announcement on 21/12/2021 - Rumble Resources Limited (ASX : RTR).

The Earaheedy Project contains large areas mapped by the Geological Survey of Western Australia as sedimetary rocks of the Frere Formation and also the contact between the Frere Formation and the underlying Yelma Formation. Base metal mineralisation at the Chinook Zn-Pb-Ag discovery is hosted in the Frere Formation and Yelma Formation (ASX announcement 21/12/2021 - Rumble Resources Limited). Planned work at the Earaheedy Project will initially consist of the compilation and review of historic exploration data followed by a combination of soil sampling, aircore drilling and geophysics.

Location of the Earaheedy Project in the Earaheedy Basin of Western Australia