Peel Mining

Curnamona Project

Project Overview

Peel’s Curnamona Project is located in western NSW within the highly prospective Broken Hill district, with Peel beginning its acquisition of tenure in 2019, progressively building on its tenement package to cover a contiguous holding in the area.

The project is currently comprised of six tenements 100% owned by Peel’s subsidiary, Peel Far West Pty Ltd, covering approximately ~1200 sq km’s of the underexplored Mundi Mundi region to the north-west of Broken Hill town and parts of the southern edge of the Curnamona Province to the south-west.

The Curnamona Province is considered part of the IOCG ‘super province’ that extends from the Gawler Craton within South Australia in the west to the Eastern Succession of the Mount Isa terrane. The province has produced several world class mineral discoveries, including the distinguished Broken Hill Pb-Zn-Ag deposit as well as numerous other mineral deposits including the Kalkaroo Cu-Au-Co deposit; Mutooroo Cu-Co deposit; Portia Cu-Au deposit, and Honeymoon U deposit.

Peel believes the project area, which contains numerous identified prospects but have lacked sufficient testing, may be host to undiscovered tier 1 mineral systems including epigenetic Cu-Au-Mo mineralization; Broken Hill type stratiform Pb-Zn-Ag mineralization; Mount Isa style Pb-Zn-Ag mineralization; and/ or Thackaringa type Ag-Pb-Zn vein mineralization. This will be investigated with a multipronged approach of modern exploration methods including various forms of geophysics and exploration drilling.