At the Tawny Project, Zn/Pb (Ag) mineralisation is found within an easterly dipping fault zone. The north/south trending fault structures hosting the mineralisation have excellent strike continuity with expected pinch and swell boudinaged higher-grade zones present.
The mineralised structure at the Tawny Project comprises a 5m wide fault zone with zones of high grade sphalerite and galena veins which vary in width from 0.5 to 2 metres at surface and silver values of up to 600 ppm.
The initial drilling program at the Tawny Project will be focused on the southern portion of the mineralised structure.
Within the Tawny Project area, the main focus has been over 400 metres of strike with artisanal workings focused on higher-grade veins localised as boudinaged massive veins covering reasonably short strike lengths. A decline was developed in circa 2009 and was reportedly mined to approximately 45 metres depth and extended for approximately 400 metres from its entry to the main area of interest – the obvious artisanal mining pits.