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Mount Minnie (100% Tiger Tasman)


Tiger Tasman Minerals Mt Minnie Project, located 120km south of Onslow, WA, is a granted exploration licence covering 30 square kilometres with direct access to the North West Coastal Highway. Historical rock chip sampling undertaken on the tenement over a 4 km north‐south corridor returned high manganese grades. The presence of favourable dolomite geology and structure (similar to Woodie Woodie) and visible manganese outcrops at surface suggests prospectivity for mineral resources.

Project Description:

The Mount Minnie manganese anomaly was initially discovered by Shaw River Resources as part of the exploration at the Mount Minnie Project in 2008. Much of the previous surface exploration, gravity surveys and RC drilling data requires compilation and interpretation by Tiger Tasman Minerals to determine its effectiveness.

Tiger Tasman Minerals exploration strategy for Mt Minnie includes geophysical surveying, mapping, and sampling to identify targets for drilling. In parallel, sample collection for metallurgical and beneficiation test work will be undertaken. By virtue of the project’s favourable location and geological attributes, it is considered prospective for structurally controlled manganese mineralisation and the exploration strategy proposed is considered of sound technical merit

Mt Minnie (100%)

(The Independent Technical Assessment Report (ITAR) prepared by IMC Mining Pty Ltd (that forms Annexure A to the Prospectus dated 9/9/22) contains details regarding sources of information and exploration results set out or referred to in this section, which have been derived or summarised from the ITAR for the convenience of readers. The ITAR also contains analysis and other information, including tables and diagrams in respect of exploration results prepared in accordance with the JORC Code and the competent persons’ statement under the JORC Code in respect of those results. The exploration results are based on, and fairly represent, information and supporting documentation prepared by competent persons named in the ITAR)