Golden Mile Resources Ltd (Golden Mile; ASX: G88) is a Western Australian based mineral exploration company with a focus on precious & battery metals with projects located in the Eastern Goldfields, Murchison, Pilbara, and South-West regions.

The ~816km2 Yarrambee Ni, Cu, Zn, PGE & Au Project is within the Narndee Igneous Complex, located in the Murchison region, WA. 

At the Quicksilver Ni-Co Project, located about 350km southeast of Perth, the Company has delineated an Indicated and Inferred Resource of 26.3 Mt @ 0.64% Ni & 0.04% Co (cut-off grade >0.5% Ni or >0.05% Co).

The Company’s gold projects are in the highly prospective Eastern Goldfields region, which includes the Yuinmery (100%) and Leonora JV (Kin Mining earning up to 80%) Projects.

The Company has also  recently acquired the Marble Bar and Murchison greenfield lithium Projects.

To learn more about each Project please scroll down.


The Yarrambee Project, comprises ~816kmlandholding covering the Narndee Igneous Complex (NIC) in the Murchison Region of Western Australia, making Golden Mile the largest landholder over the NIC. It is located about 500km northeast of Perth.

The NIC is considered highly prospective for Ni-Cu-PGE mineralisation (eg: Voisey’s Bay, Nova, Julimar), with the Company targeting the “feeder system” of the NIC (the ‘chonolith model’), with numerous mafic-ultramafic satellite intrusions to be investigated within the tenement package.

Yarrambee also contains portions of the surrounding Yaloginda Formation, a geological package highly prospective for VMS mineralisation. These include two high quality, advanced Cu-Zn VMS style prospects identified at Narndee and Yalanga Bore.

Golden Mile will drill test priority conductors identified from HEM and EM surveys, along with targets at the Narndee and Yalanga Bore Prospects.

Narndee (Copper-Zinc)

The work completed to date on Narndee has defined a footprint of a VMS system, which is open in all directions where no effective ground or downhole EM geophysical testing has been undertaken.

Drilling by previous explorers intersected several zones of massive and disseminated sulphide mineralisation including:

  • 10m at 1% Zn from 88m including 1m at 5.89% Zn from 97m (NX12-04)
  • 2m at 3.8% Zn from 78m (NX12-11)
  • 8m at 0.44% Cu from 53m including 1m at 1.1% Cu and 0.2g/t Au (NX12-13)
  • 11m at 0.41% Zn from 62m (NX12-16)

Yalanga Bore (Copper-Zinc)

Yalanga Bore is a historical VMS prospect with a skarn overprint around an outcropping gossan which has seen limited follow up exploration. Historical intersections at Yalanga Bore include:

  • 20m at 0.27% Cu, 0.38% Zn from 42m (YBP70)
  • 1.13m at 0.14% Cu, 2.35% Zn from 110.95m (YBD1)


In January 2022, Golden Mile entered into a binding agreement to acquire the rights to three Exploration Licences near Marble Bar, situated in the lithium rich East Pilbara region of Western Australia. The acquisition strategically expands Golden Mile’s portfolio of grassroot exploration projects focussed on critical green metals that includes copper, nickel and lithium to service the predicted high growth in the electric vehicle sector.

The project is located within 100km radius of the major Wodgina and Pilgangoora Lithium Mines and approximately 20km from Global Lithium Resources Ltd’s recent Archer Lithium discovery at Marble Bar.

In addition to the major lithium projects the tenements are also located within 100km radius of the Warrawoona (1.5Moz), Beatons Creek (0.9Moz), Mt York (0.9Moz) and Bamboo Creek gold deposits as well as the Sulphur Springs Cu-Pb-Zn deposit.

Murchison Lithium Project

Golden Mile has acquired two (2) Exploration Licences and applied for an additional two (2) Exploration Licenses in the vicinity of its Yarrambee Project located in the Murchison region of WA. The Company is targeting lithium, tungsten, and gold and the Tenement E 20/1005 has mapped pegmatite with historical tungsten occurrences.

The two new Exploration License Applications are targeting historical GSWA samples reported in the State Geochemistry database that are anomalous in lithium within an area of possible granodiorite. The Company plans to complete a desktop study and will then conduct field reconnaissance in Q3 2022.


The Yuinmery Project is located 80km to the southwest of Sandstone in the Youanmi Gold Mining District, approximately 10km east of the Youanmi Gold Mine (ASX:RXL and VMC), and adjacent to the Yuinmery Cu-Au Project (ASX:ERL). It is composed of a single exploration licence (tenement E57/1043) that was acquired in late 2019.

The area is experiencing a significant upswing in activity thanks to the high-grade Penny North (ASX:RMS) and Grace (ASX:RXL) discoveries.

The region is traversed by the north to north-northeast trending Youanmi Shear Zone, a major crustal structure that marks the boundary between the Murchison and Southern Cross domains. Gold mineralisation in the region appears to be correlated with secondary northwest trending structures intersecting the main Youanmi Shear.

The Yuinmery Project area contains approximately 9km strike length of the Yuinmery Shear. This sheared granite-greenstone contact represents a favourable structural target for gold mineralisation.

First pass targeting by Golden Mile has defined several anomalies defined by ‘indicator’ minerals associated with mineralisation and hydrothermal alteration and detailed ground magnetics and soils have been collected by the Company over a section of these targets.

The Company defined a significant NNE trending gold-in-soil anomalies over 800m strike at Elephants Reef and Ladies Patch has (Refer G88 ASX announcement 12/11/20) which  correlate with historic gold-in-soil & multi-element pathfinder assays. 

Another soil sampling program identified several new targets  including Grey Beard for gold and the Fitz Bore area shaping up as an exciting nickel-copper play. These newly identified targets are in addition to samples confirming the broad zone of gold anomalism at the Elephant Reef and Ladies Patch prospects which are adjacent to a major controlling structure in an exploration hot spot.

Further ground-based work is planned to advance exploration on these exciting targets at Yuinmery including infill soil sampling, aircore drilling traverses and deeper RC to follow up historical intersections.

While Golden Mile’s primary focus for the Yuinmery Project is gold, the Company notes the potential for the Yuinmery Greenstone Belt to host polymetallic VMS and Cu-Ni-PGM deposits such as Empire Resource’s (ASX:ERL) adjacent Yuinmery Cu-Au project (refer ERL ASX Announcement 23 July 2020).


Leonora Gold Project (100%)

Golden Mile’s Leonora Gold Project is located approximately 40km north east of Leonora and 230km north of Kalgoorlie. It comprises a regionally significant tenement package focussed on the Ironstone Well, Monarch and Benalla Gold Projects located east of the Leonora mining centre in the prolific Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia.

The Company’s projects are along strike from and surrounded by significant gold production, development and exploration projects including St Barbara’s Gwalia Project (ASX:SBM) and Kin Mining’s Cardinia Project (ASX:KIN) which hosts a resource of 945,000oz Au across a number of near-surface deposits.

In January 2022 Golden Mile finalised an Earn-in and Joint Venture agreement with Kin Mining Ltd over the Company’s Leonora Gold Project comprising the Benalla, Monarch and Ironstone Well project areas. Under the terms of the agreement, Kin will have the right to earn an initial 60% interest in the Project and move to 80% ownership through a series of staged milestones. Kin will employ its successful exploration techniques and detailed geological knowledge across this addition +120 square kilometres of contiguous tenure located adjacent to Kin’s flagship 1.28Moz Cardinia Gold Project.


The Darlot Gold Project, located approximately 110km north of Leonora, comprises a single exploration tenement (E37/1248) immediately adjacent to the Darlot Gold Mine, owned and operated by RED5 Limited (ASX:RED).

The Darlot Gold Project is interpreted to contain strike extensions of several key structures that control gold mineralisation in the Darlot goldfield. However, despite being adjacent to a major gold mine, the tenement has seen limited modern exploration with some gold anomalism detected that has never been systematically followed-up.

The Company has identified several target areas at its Darlot Gold Project which are spatially associated with the southeast strike extensions of key structures in the Darlot goldfield and proximal to known gold occurrences:

  1. Northern Target: Taranaki Fault Zone (TFZ) adjacent to the historical Rosewood Bore and Gipps Hill gold mines
  2. Central Target: south of the TFZ and the Janine gold occurrence where RED5 have reported grab samples containing up to 21.9g/t Au (refer RED ASX announcement 11 November 2019). The area also contains mineralised rock chip samples with up to 8.4g/t Au associated with quartz veins and mullock dumps (refer G88 ASX Announcement 25 May 2020).  Assay results from the Company’s soil sampling over the Central Target highlighted several gold anomalies with results up to 232ppb Au (G88 ASX Announcement 25 August 2020). The two strongest anomalies are located close to the sheared granite-greenstone contact and extend over ~400m strike. 
  3. Southern Target: Along the SE extension of the El Dorado Fault, (associated with mineralisation at Darlot) and proximal to the Amazon and Ballangarry mines.

In late 2020 Golden Mile Resources conducted a 37-hole, 1,311m aircore program at Darlot focussed on the Central Target Area. The relatively shallow holes were drilled to blade refusal in an area of little to no cover. The anticipated geology of mafic basalt and granite lithologies was encountered along all drill lines, with several narrow zones of gold mineralisation intersected including (G88 ASX Announcement 12 January 2021)`:

  • DAC003 4m @ 0.18 g/t Au from 12m and 8m @ 0.59 g/t Au from 16m
  • DAC015 3m @ 0.17 g/t Au from 28m (*End of hole intercept)
  • DAC020 4m @ 0.24 g/t Au from 28m (*End of hole intercept).

Further drilling will be planned to test these structural zones and for higher grade depth extensions of the mineralisation intersected to date. The Company is also assessing options to test the Northern and Southern targets at Darlot.


The Gidgee Project is composed of two exploration licence applications covering 400 square kilometres adjacent to Horizon Gold’s Gidgee gold mine. The tenure takes in a number of potential target areas, including areas prospective for gold, nickel, cobalt, copper and iron ore.

The Company has a Farm-In Agreement granting Gateway Mining Limited (“Gateway”; ASX:GML) the right to acquire an 80% interest in the Gidgee Project. Gateway has pre-existing interests in tenements located within the historical gold mining areas in the Gum Creek (Gidgee) Goldfield.

Gidgee is prospective for both gold and base metal mineralisation and Golden Mile retains a 20% interest allowing shareholders to benefit from any exploration upside and success.


The Quicksilver Nickel Laterite Project is located approximately 280km south east of Perth, near Pingaring in the South-West Mineral Field of Western Australia. The Project comprises ~50 km2 and an exploration license and a prospecting license. Quicksilver covers a greenstone belt with potential for the discovery of economic nickel laterite and sulfide mineralisation. Quicksilver is primarily located on privately owned farmland in an area with excellent local infrastructure, including easy access to grid power, sealed roads, and a railway line to key ports.

A total indicated and inferred resource estimate of 26.3 Mt @ 0.64% Ni & 0.04% Co (cut-off grade >0.5% Ni or >0.05% Co) has been announced for the Quicksilver deposit (refer to Golden Mile Resources ASX announcement dated 19 November 2018).

The Company is reviewing the most effective strategy to realise value from this project.  Metallurgical testwork on the resource is underway which will provide the Company with a better understanding of the beneficiation potential of the Quicksilver nickel-cobalt mineralisation which may unlock a simplified development path for the project.