Navarre is pleased to report that new air core (AC) reconnaissance drilling results at the Langi Logan prospect, located in the Stawell Gold Corridor Project in Western Victoria.

Aided by geological modelling by the CSIRO, the AC intersected gold with anomalous silver, zinc, lead and rare copper, bearing quartz-sulphide mineralisation.

Langi Logan is Navarre’s third significant greenfields gold discovery within its wholly owned, 70-kilometre-long Stawell Corridor Gold Project, in the historically productive Victorian goldfields.

The Langi Logan basalt dome is prospective for Stawell-style mineralisation and located 20 kilometres south of the Irvine basalt dome project, also part of the Stawell corridor.

Managing Director Ian Holland said, “We are highly encouraged by our first program of reconnaissance air-core drilling, testing gold targets predicted from simulated models across the northern end of the Langi Logan No.3 basalt. […] The key takeaway for investors is that we have confirmed a new prospective area for shallow gold mineralisation at Langi Logan with important vectors for ongoing exploration.”

Read the full announcement here: New gold zone in reconnaissance drilling at Langi Logan