Project Overview

The Fin Resources projects comprise exploration licences covering ground located in Western Australia, which the Company intends to explore for gold, base metals and graphite.

Project Location Plan

McKenzie Springs Project

The McKenzie Springs Project is located within the Kimberley Region of Western Australia, 85km north-east of the township of Halls Creek. The Project comprises a single granted exploration license and covers an area of approximately 134km2 including identified nickel, copper, cobalt and graphite occurrences. The McKenzie Springs Project is considered prospective for magmatic Ni-Cu sulphide and PGE mineralisation.

Sentinel Project

The Sentinel Project is located 130km east-northeast of the township of Kalgoorlie in the Eastern Goldfields, Western Australia. The Project comprises a single granted exploration license which covers an area of approximately 44km2.

The Sentinel Project is positioned in a prospective location in terms of regional geological and mineralisation setting, located in the Eastern Goldfields Province within the southern Laverton Tectonic Zone, a regional shear/fault system that extends as a set of NNE and NNW trending structures from Laverton towards the Pinjin area. The Sentinel Project is considered prospective for gold.

South Big Bell Project

The South Big Bell Project is located 25km west of the township of Cue in the Murchison Goldfields, Western Australia. The Project comprises a single granted exploration license. The South Big Bell Project covers the southern extensions of the greenstone belt and shear zone that hosts the Big Bell Gold Deposit.

Limited exploration work has been completed on the South Big Bell Project. Detailed geological mapping and further processing of geophysical data may represent an effective targeting method to ascertain the extension of the greenstone belt. The South Big Bell Project is considered prospective for gold.