White Cliff Minerals Limited is a mineral exploration company trading on the Australian Securities Exchange under the ticker code WCN. The Company is currently focusing its exploration on the Reedy South Gold Project near the Cue mining centre in Western Australia, and is pursuing a dual strategy to advance its prospective gold and nickel-cobalt projects in Western Australia.

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Reedy South Gold Project (100%): The Project covers 272kmof the highly prospective Cue goldfields, centred on the southern portion of the prolific Reedy Shear Zone, within the Meekatharra-Wydgee greenstone belt. The Project comprises one granted mining lease (M20/446) covering the historic underground workings of Pegasus and King Cole, a granted exploration and prospecting license (E20/938 & P20/2289) and four exploration license applications (E20/969, E20/971, E20/972 & E20/974). Reedy South is situated 40km north of Cue, via the Great Northern Highway and is 80km south of Meekatharra.

On 29 October 2020, the Company announced a maiden JORC mineral resource estimate (MRE) for the Reedy South Gold Project. The maiden MRE consisted of 779,000 tonnes at 1.7 g/t Au for 42,400 ounces, including:
– 6,600 ounces of Indicated Resources; and
– 35,800 ounces of Inferred Resources
Given the average depth of drilling to date is ~60m, this warrants immediate drilling to test depth and strike extensions of the current prospects on completion of the maiden MRE.

Coronation Dam Cobalt Project (100%): The project consists of one tenement (16km2) in the Wiluna-Norseman greenstone belt 90km south of the Murrin Murrin nickel-cobalt HPAL plant. The tenement contains an Inferred Mineral Resource of 5.7 million tonnes at 1% nickel and 0.08% cobalt containing 56,700 tonnes of nickel and 4,300 tonnes of cobalt (ASX release 25 March 2019). Mineralisation is open along strike within an extensive ultramafic unit that contains zones of cobalt mineralisation associated with nickel mineralisation.

Ghan Well Cobalt Project (100%): The project consists of one tenement (39km2) in the Wiluna-Norseman greenstone belt 25km southeast of the Murrin Murrin nickel-cobalt HPAL plant. The tenement contains an extensive ultramafic unit with zones of cobalt mineralisation associated with nickel mineralisation. The cobalt grades range from 0.01% to 0.75% and occur within a zone of manganiferous oxides within the regolith profile.