Stuart Town Gold Project
The Stuart Town Gold Project is located in the Lachlan Fold Belt. Kaiser Reef considers the Stuart Town Gold Project in NSW to be prospective for large scale intrusion related gold systems.
Significant historical production in the area exceeds 170,000 ounces of gold sourced from many relatively small lode and alluvial gold sources. No major source or pathway has yet been identified for the gold mineralisation however large interpreted thrust fault zones provide favourable structural setting for an interpreted auriferous intrusive felsic body.
The examination of publicly available geophysical data indicates that coincident magnetic and gravity anomalies support the interpretation of a large, relatively shallow felsic intrusive, supported by a coincident potassic radiometric signature.
Mineralised brecciated rhyolites at Quartz Hill with accompanying high levels of arsenic reported from historic soil sampling and drilling may represent minor subvolcanic intrusives related to an underlying mineralised intrusive. Government mapping indicates that the Project lies within a west-northwest transverse fault zone.
Macquarie North Project
Kaiser Reef holds the Macquarie North Project over the northern extent of the highly endowed and prospective Macquarie Arc. The Macquarie Arc is also located within the Lachlan Fold Belt. The licences cover 80 kilometres of interpreted strike of the Macquarie Arc, identified as being prospective for copper-gold porphyry mineralisation. The prospective target rocks are intrusive igneous rocks associated with copper and gold mineralisation in the belt and are overlain by sediments of variable depth with negligible historic exploration.