Kalamazoo and Legacy make gold breakthroughs in WA

Kalamazoo and Legacy Iron Ore have announced that they have made significant gold breakthroughs at their Dom’s Hill and Kangaroo Bore projects in Western Australia.

Kalamazoo has discovered six nuggets, totalling around 300 ounces, over a two square kilometre area in the second zone of Dom’s Hill. The news comes just days after Kalamazoo announced it had increased its grade estimate for its Mixy gold deposit — also in WA — by 85 per cent. The company currently has the option to acquire 100 per cent of the Dom’s Hill project, which also offers prospective deposits of nickel, cobalt and base metals.

Meanwhile, Legacy Iron has reported inferred resources of 133,000 ounces of gold from 2.8 million tonnes at its Kangaroo Bore prospect, located within the Mt Celia project. An upgrade and scoping study is planned.

The Mt Celia project contains over 360 reverse circulation and diamond drill holes, with 207 located at the Kangaroo Bore prospect. Results from the company’s neighbouring Blue Peter prospect are currently being determined.

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