The Bannockburn project covers a 120km strike length of the central northern portion of the Archaean Norseman-Wiluna Greenstone belt. The stratigraphy is dominated by mafic to ultramafic intrusive and extrusive volcanics with intercalated sedimentary horizons. The sequence is bound to the west by pre-tectonic basement granitoids, and has been folded into a series of juxtaposed synclines and anticlines which are shallowly plunging, both north and south.

Exploration potential exists at the two major projects North Well and Bannockburn historic mines. Opportunity presents to extend known mineralisation with strong high grade plunge positions at both projects remaining open. There is also potential to identify repeat mineralised structures below the current Bannockburn resource.

Recent activities include a large full field aircore program was drilled to systematically test the Bannockburn corridor and eastern Blue Tank Shear. The aircore program infilled gaps in the existing prior drilling and extended the coverage in previously untested areas. The program successfully identified new gold anomalism and revealed an extensive alteration halo surrounding the Blue Tank Shear, making it a much more prominent structure than previously recognised.