Thundelarra is an active mineral exploration company with advanced copper, gold and uranium projects in Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
In the Doolgunna region of Western Australia, Thundelarra controls 1,500 square kilometres of tenure, including ground immediately along strike from Sandfire Resources’ DeGrussa deposit, where drilling by Thundelarra has intersected significant high grade copper-gold mineralisation.
At the Rosewood and Frank Hill projects in the East Kimberley, Thundelarra has discovered new copper occurrences that display potential to host deposits of substantial scale. Recently the Company identified a new VMS system at the Pyramid Project in the West Pilbara with significant copper, zinc, lead and silver mineralisation intersected by drilling.
In the Northern Territory, Thundelarra’s first drilling program at the Priscilla Prospect has intersected gold mineralisation assaying up to 118 g/t and at the Allamber Project a copper rich sequence that extends for over 20 kilometres has been identified, with initial drilling intersecting potentially economic grade copper mineralisation over broad widths.
Whilst Thundelarra’s near term focus is on copper and gold, the Company has major land holdings in the Northern Territory’s Pine Creek and Ngalia Basin uranium provinces and has discovered a number of significant uranium occurrences, one of which has been converted into a high grade resource. With a strong medium to long term outlook for the uranium sector, Thundelarra’s Northern Territory uranium projects represent an important part of the Company’s value base.
Thundelarra is well funded and is aggressively exploring its key projects with the aim of progressing its discoveries through to commercial production.