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Goldphyre is a gold and basemetals exploration company with strategic ground holdings in the Leonora/Laverton region and Higginsville region in Western Australia. It has acquired live and pending tenure over eight project areas which it considers highly prospective and underexplored.

The Lake Wells project is located 160 km north north east of Laverton and consists of a significant area of deformed greenstone-granitoid in the northeast part of the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia. The project includes a range of underexplored geological settings including the interpreted northern extension of the gold prospective Yamarna Shear Zone. Shallow, historic drill-hole gold and nickel anomalism provides immediate drill targets prospective for gold, nickel, platinum group elements (PGE), base metals and uranium.

The Yamarna project is located 140 km north east of Laverton and lies adjacent to significant gold resources and uranium mineralisation, including the Attila-Alaric gold deposit, the recently discovered high-grade Central Bore gold deposit and the calcrete-hosted Thatcher Soak uranium prospect. The project is concealed by sand and calcrete and is highly prospective for gold, uranium and PGE.

The Mailman Hill project is located 25 km east of Leonora. It includes a significant section of the Keith Kilkenny Fault Zone and a structurally complex mafic-felsic-sedimentary package considered highly prospective for gold and base metals. It captures the potential of the Crawfords gold prospect, located near the northern boundary of the project and historic drilling has returned broad, anomalous drill-hole gold intercepts within the project area.

The Island View Project is proximal to several significant gold deposits and mineralisation styles, including the Higginsville gold operation (approximately 12 km to the west) and a series of shallow, palaeochannel gold deposits to the east which have been previously exploited and at which a neighbouring company is preparing to recommence mining operations.

Please see the PROJECTS pages for descriptions of recently acquired projects

As a mineral explorer the Company will look to general capital growth by exploration success and acquisition of any complementary projects that have the potential to add value for Shareholders.