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Project Overview

Bardoc Gold Project

Western Australia

The Project hosts a Total Mineral Resource Estimate of 49.4Mt @ 1.9g/t Au for 3.02Moz of contained gold – representing one of the largest consolidated gold Resource inventories in the Eastern Goldfields. The Project includes five main gold deposits – Aphrodite, Excelsior, Zoroastrian, Mulwarrie and Bulletin South – as well as a multitude of smaller deposits. The Company has also acquired the Mayday and North Kanowna Star project which includes a combined JORC Resource of 111,600oz and is located immediately east of the Bardoc Gold project.

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Zoroastrian Deposit

Western Australia

Zoroastrian's quartz veining has been defined over a strike length of 1.4 kilometres and remains open below a vertical depth of 380 metres. The high gold grades associated with the stockwork and narrower vein style mineralisation demonstrates excellent potential for the delineation of further open pit and underground resources.

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Excelsior Deposit

Western Australia

The Excelsior deposit is hosted within a sequence of tightly folded and sheared ultramafic/sedimentary schists within the Excelsior shear zone. Gold mineralisation occurs in a broad 20 to 50 metres wide zone of altered quartz-sericite-carbonate schists.

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Aphrodite Deposit

Western Australia

The Aphrodite Deposit is ideally located 65km north of Kalgoorlie in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia and is close to all major infrastructure. The project has a long history of exploration and resource estimation by several parties dating from its discovery in mid-1990.

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Bulletin South Deposit

Western Australia

The Bulletin South area in the southwestern portion of the Project tenements hosts gold mineralisation more closely related to the Black Flag Fault system rather than the Bardoc Tectonic Zone shear structures.

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El Dorado Deposit

Western Australia

The mineralisation at El Dorado is situated on a north-northwest trending mafic/ultramafic package with sediments and felsic volcanics of the Black Flag Beds forming the footwall. Gold mineralisation is hosted predominantly in a 20m wide steeply east dipping shear zone, with quartz veining +/- arsenopyrite and has a northerly plunge. Assay results from Reverse Circulation (RC) drilling has confirmed the continuity of a broad zone of high-grade mineralisation directly below the current Mineral Resource, correlating with recently reported results and indicating an increasing grade profile at depth.

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Mulwarrie Deposit

Western Australia

The Mulwarrie Gold Project is located 150km north-west of Kalgoorlie in the Ularring District of the North Coolgardie Mineral Field. The project encompasses two contiguous tenements, M30/119 (68 Ha) and M30/145, which lie 10km north-west of the Davyhurst Mining centre.

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MayDay / North Kanowna Star Deposits

Western Australia

In 2019 Bardoc acquired the Mayday and North Kanowna Star deposits located immediately east of the Bardoc Gold project. The acquisition includes three Mining Licences, four Prospecting Licenses and one Miscellaneous Licence covering a total area of 20km2. The Mayday North Project is located within easy trucking distance ~50km and the North Kanowna Star Project ~22km to the east of the Bardoc Project.

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South Woodie Woodie Project

Western Australia

The South Woodie Woodie Manganese Project comprises of two retention licences and five granted exploration licences. The retention licences cover both of the JORC inferred resources that Bardoc Gold has discovered and developed since 2007.

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