flinders Project
Country Australia 
Province South australia
Close to Adelaide
Surface 6,095 km² / 1,506,074 acres
Latitude / Longitude 30 S 38 / 138 E 30
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Explores for Lead - Zinc -
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Risk and valuation analysis of the flinders Project
Status Risk : Advanced discovery
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the flinders Project
Perilya Limited
Owner: 100%
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Location of the flinders Project
The Flinders project covers 6,095 square kilometres in South Australia, 250 kilometres by rail north of Port Pirie and 470 kilometres north of Adelaide.
History of the flinders Project
Throughout the Flinders project area, there has only been limited evaluation using modern exploration, drilling and geophysical techniques. At the Third Plain prospect, recent drilling by Perilya intersected 7 metres at 36.5% zinc and 9 metres at 24% zinc.
Geology of the flinders Project
The Flinders project is located in the northern part of the Adelaide Geosyncline, a folded sedimentary basin of Late Proterozoic to Middle Cambrian age. Lithologies include siltstone, sandstone, limestone, dolomite and black shale. Zinc mineralisation within the project area is hosted within the Wilkawillina and Woodendina Limestone units.
Data last updated on : 12/31/2007
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