The Bindoon Project comprises one exploration licence (E70/5606) and two exploration licence applications (E70/5428 and E70/5616), which collectively cover a total area of 35 Blocks (~105km²) in the newly defined West Yilgarn Ni-Cu-PGE Province in Western Australia. The target in the project area is Chalice-style nickel, copper and platinum group elements.

Project Summary

The Bindoon project is located proximal to the world class Julimar Nickel/PGE project, which contains a resource of 330Mt @ 0.94g/t Pd+Pt+Au (3E), 0.16% Ni, 0.10% Cu, 0.016% Co, and provides Viridis a greenfield exploration opportunity in a fast-emerging mineral jurisdiction.[1]

Interpretation of the geophysical and aeromagnetic data over the Bindoon tenements has to date identified three possible mafic/ultramafic belts offering sufficient encouragement to undertake additional field work. Gravity imagery shows the Bindon North property lies on a large crustal fault line – the Darling Fault. Looking within the basement rocks, the The Bindoon project is located proximal to the world class Julimar Nickel/PGE project, which contains a resource of 330Mt @ 0.94g/t Pd+Pt+Au (3E), 0.16% Ni, 0.10% Cu, 0.016% Co, and provides Viridis a greenfield exploration opportunity in a fast-emerging mineral jurisdiction.[1]

Interpretation of the geophysical and aeromagnetic data over the Bindoon tenements has to date identified three possible mafic/ultramafic belts offering sufficient encouragement to undertake additional field work. Gravity imagery shows the Bindon North property lies on a large crustal fault line – the Darling Fault. Looking within the basement rocks, the Bindoon North property is approximately 3km west of the gravity high that incorporates Julimar deposit.

A process of data review and field work has commenced across the Bindoon Project, which includes mapping, geochemical sampling, and identification of targets for geophysics and drilling. property is approximately 3km west of the gravity high that incorporates Julimar deposit.

A process of data review and field work has commenced across the Bindoon Project, which includes mapping, geochemical sampling, and identification of targets for geophysics and drilling.