The Mulline Project covers an area of approximately 20 square kilometres located 35 km north of the Davyhurst Processing Plant. It is associated with the largest and strongest surface gold anomalism in the entire OBM landholding and includes several near-surface mined “laterite” gold deposits.

Gold mineralisation is associated with quartz and sulphide veins that occur in shear zones within basalt and dolerite units. Mineralisation is also associated with porphyry units that have intruded the mafic sequence.


The table below summarises the cumulative gold production from the project based on the available records;

ProjectProduction Period
Pre 19501950-19801980-20002000-2008
(oz Au)(oz Au)(oz Au)(oz Au)
Mulline 5,000  51,634 193,323

Mulline Project Production History

The area has a significant number of historical workings including Lady Gladys, Young Australian, Peachtree and Mulline.

The Lady Gladys open cut had a cumulative production of approximately 2 Mt at 2.47 g/t Au making it one of the larger producers in the district.

The company has developed a number of targets within the project for further testing.

Peachtree/ Young Australia:
This prospect has numerous sets of shallow historical workings which the company is looking at potentially bulking up to develop an open cut deposit. Limited deeper drilling has encountered high-grade gold intercepts at depth below the historical workings and more recent laterite mines which the company is targeting.