Clarke Reward (EPM27834) covers an area of 96km2 in Queensland’s Drummond Basin, and is ~17km west of the Mt Coolon gold mine. The project was highlighted by highly anomalous magnetic features in a structural position at the margin of the Drummond Basin and the Anakie Metamorphic complex.
Location of Trigg Minerals’ projects in the Drummond Basin/Charters Towers region of Queensland
The Clarke Reward target does not outcrop. It is overlain by an unrelated cover sequence of approximately 80m. Some shallow drilling has been completed in the region, but the source of anomalism has not been confirmed by drilling nor been tested by modern exploration.
All available geophysics have been compiled, reprocessed and enhanced to conduct a first pass preliminary assessment and interpretation of the project. This included regional scale aeromagnetic, airborne electromagnetics and gravity data.
A series of magnetic highs has been observed that rim the interpreted ‘Clarke Reward’ intrusive complex. This complex has similar features to the Manaman Granodiorite intrusive complex which hosts the nearby Mt Coolon (Koala) mine.
Magnetic intensity of the Clarke Reward and Mt Carmel projects with the nearby Mt Coolon mine also shown