Historic Northampton Mineral Field
Multiple High Grade Targets
Exploration Licence Areas
The Northampton Project comprises two granted exploration licences E66/98 and E66/99, covering an area of 130km2 of the established mineralogical terrain of the Northampton Complex.
The Northampton Project covers the town of Northampton in Western Australia and is located c.40km south of Geraldton. The area is easily accessible via the North West Coastal Highway.
The geological setting of the Northampton Project is in the Northampton Complex, which is generally described as an area of basement consisting of granite, granulite and migmatites. The Northampton Complex is intersected by a closely spaced swarm of dolerite dykes striking north-north east.