Randwick

The Randwick Gold Project comprises of ten PLs located just north of the historic Randwick Mining Centre, approximately 45km NE of Leonora within the Malcolm District of the Mt Margaret Mineral Field.

The project area overlies the Randwich Fault which forms part of the Sandstone-Mt Weld Lineament (SMWL). This Lineament constitutes an important structural control for gold mineralisation in the region. The project area covers a sequence of folded and faulted Archaean greenstones close to the close to the contact with granitic rocks of the intrusive Nambi Batholith to the north.

Gold mineralisation in the general Randwick area is mainly hosted by quartz veins which occur within a variety of rock types. The leases cover numerous historic gold workings at the intersection of the north-south trending Pearl Shell Fault, part of the SMWL.

The historic high-grade Golden Chain Mine (97.65g/t Au) is in the centre of the project area within P37/7997 and a highly prospective auriferous palaeo-channel has also been identified south of the mine. Kin has identified a number of significant gold targets within the project area.

Randwick Project Tenements showing Outcrop Geology and Gold Targets

Randwick Project Tenements showing Outcrop Geology and Gold Targets