The Bulla Park Project is located approximately 110km west of Cobar. It consists of four granted exploration licences (ELs 8642, 9195, 9260 and 9281). The drill intersections to date indicate a widespread copper (silver) mineralised system hosted by Palaeozoic age sediments of the West Cobar Basin, demonstrating previously unrecognised potential.
Towards the end of 2021 West Cobar drilled seven diamond drill holes with mud rotary collars for a total of 2057m.
Assays from drill holes BPD01, BPD02, and BPD03 drilled at the Bulla Park Prospect all returned copper intersections confirming the stratabound model for copper mineralisation, but of sub-economic grades.
Historical and recent results show that there is an overall zone 1km x 500m and open to the south, of significant stratabound copper and lead-zinc-silver mineralisation that includes:
33m of 0.45%Cu in 19CA002 from 232m, within 135m 0f 0.24%Cu
17m of 0.25%Cu in 19CA003 from 120m
15m of 0.29%Cu in 19CA005 from 62m
22m of 1.0%Pb and 20g/tAg in BPD04 from 253m
The best copper mineralisation intersected in historical drill holes corresponds to a regional aeromagnetic high and an interpreted strong ENE trending structure. West Cobar expects that a planned low-level detailed aeromagnetic survey will provide the detail to best target the next phase of drilling at both the Bulla Park and Coomeratta South prospects.
The Coomeratta South prospect, 40km south of the Bulla Park prospect within the broader Bulla Park Project, contains anomalous lead and antimony values in stream sediments over an area of 5km by 3km.
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