We aim to discover the metals needed to build our future. The raw materials required to modernise and drive the global economy will either be mined, grown or recycled.
We have a deep appreciation for the important role exploration has in mining and have established a portfolio of projects that have the potential to host world-class discoveries.
We are strongly committed to growing our business through the discovery of new resources and actively look to apply for new tenure and to partner with groups who have superior geological knowledge or access to land.
Our Ashburton project is situated in the northern portion of the Gascoyne geological province. We have a commanding landholding position in the region with granted tenements and pending applications over 7,700 km2 of subsurface mineral rights.
We are targeting sediment-hosted base metals and orogenic gold mineralisation.
Our Plumridge project consists of a series of tenements located in the north east segment of the world-class Albany-Fraser Range Orogen. The tenements are underlain by mafic-ultramafic units prospective for magmatic nickel massive sulphides. The range hosts multiple Ni-Cu-PGE deposits, including the world class Nova-Bollinger deposit which lies along the strike to the south east of Wyloo Metal’s ground.
The Kimberley geological province is prospective for intrusion-related magmatic nickel sulphide mineralisation like the super-giant Norilsk-Talnakh deposits in Russia. Our tenement covers significant stream geochemistry anomalies that have never been followed-up. The region is under-explored with almost no previous drilling.
The Perth Basin is a world-class mineral sands province first discovered in the 1960s. Heavy minerals were concentrated in strandlines and dunal environments during the Pleistocene sea level transgression. Located less than 10 km from the Cooljarloo Zr-Ti Operations, target areas defined by Wyloo Metals have never been systematically explored.
Lake Gruszka is an unexplained calcrete gold anomaly, associated with a major flexure in the Warri gravity ridge, in a region of extensive surficial cover. Basement rocks consist of Neoproterozoic sequences which may be correlative stratigraphy to the Telfer mine in the Paterson Province.
Mafic to ultramafic units along a craton margin setting. Olivine-bearing lithologies identified in previous government geological surveys. No property EM coverage.
The project is located in the SW Yilgarn Terrane, a newly recognized magmatic nickel province. Geological mapping has identified ultramafic units hosted within crustal-scale breaks. There has been no previous nickel exploration.
A geological setting similar to the Michigan Keweenaw Peninsula copper belt. The tenement applications cover robust stream geochemistry anomalies.
The Ring of Fire is an important, mineral-rich region located in the James Bay Lowlands of Northern Ontario. It contains critical minerals such as nickel, copper, cobalt, chrome, platinum and palladium that are needed to support the transition to a low-carbon future. Ring of Fire Metals, which is wholly-owned by Wyloo Metals, controls the metal-rich greenstone belt and the largest group of mining tenements in the region. It is progressing the Eagle’s Nest high-grade nickel-copper-platinum-palladium project.
The West Raglan joint venture with Orford Mining Corporation (‘Orford’) is located in Nunavik, Quebec and covers an area of approximately 650km2 in one of the last remaining areas of the prolific Cape Smith Belt that has not received extensive, modern day exploration. The Project is located in the west-central portion of the belt which is also home to Glencore’s Raglan Mine and Canadian Royalties’ Nunavik Mine. Wyloo can acquire up to 80% of the project for total expenditures of C$25 million over a seven-year period.
Wyloo Metals has acquired 100 per cent of Baie de Moisie, a 3,000-hectare exploration property located 40 kilometres northeast of Sept-Îles in the Grenville region of Quebec, Canada. The property includes mafic rock with nickel and copper-rich material and is ideally located near the port of Sept-Îles