The Marymia Gold Project is 100% owned by Vango Mining Limited and includes 45 granted mining leases throughout the majority of the Marymia Greenstone Belt.
Vango Mining holds 80% of the Greenstone Belt under mining lease, which is under-explored below 120 metres depth with potential for new, multi-million ounce, high-grade gold discoveries.
Greenstone belts are primarily formed of volcanic rocks, dominated by basalt, with minor sedimentary rocks inter-leaving the volcanic formations.
L-R: Executive Chairman, Bruce McInnes and Chief Consulting Geologist, Jon Dugdale, evaluating specimens from a recent drilling project.
Alongside many gold deposits across the Marymia region, and the company's targets, including the recent addition of a camp on site, the upgrade of the air strip and the expanding management team led by a dedicated board of directors and experienced management team, Vango Mining is planning to develop the project to become Australia's newest and most exciting gold mining operation.
With the company's strong shareholder support, Vango Mining will maintain its course to capitalise on extensive drilling results to bring the company's gold projects on line with a plan to develop each of the assets currently being explored.
Campsite for Vango Mining's drilling team and support staff.
The Company's 2017-2019 drilling programmes of the Trident deposit intersected significant high-grade gold mineralisation.
Drilling and support team rendezvous before commencing at Trident.
After the process of drilling takes place, geologists evaluate the geological complexity on mineralisation by identifying areas of possible gold deposits and then send specimens to the laboratory for the final results.