Gippsland focuses on world-scale projects which have undergone detailed exploration and which have been overlooked by major resource groups. The Company's prime assets are the 44.5 million tonne Abu Dabbab Tantalum-Tin-Feldspar Project and the 98 million tonne Nuweibi Tantalum Project located in the Central Eastern Desert of Egypt, adjacent to the western shore of the Red Sea.
Gippsland’s 100% owned subsidiary Adobha Resources (Eritrea) Pty Ltd has been granted two Exploration Licences in the Adobha region of The State of Eritrea covering 2,200 km2 of ground that is prospective for volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) mineralisation and structurally controlled gold mineralisation.
The Wadi Allaqi region is located to the southeast of Aswan in the south-western part of the Eastern Desert of Egypt. Gippsland has the right to explore nine tenement areas located in the Wadi Allaqi region. Eight of the areas contain historical gold workings with the ninth containing a copper-nickel deposit.
The Heemskirk Tin Project is located within a major tin province in the northwest of Tasmania approximately 15km from the large Renison tin deposit. Tin mineralisation occurs as cassiterite and to a lesser extent stannite in four deposits; Queen Hill, Severn, Montana and Golf Course and past drilling totalling 23,000m has established the presence of a substantial tin resource. Gippsland holds a 40% free-carried interest in the Heemskirk Project with joint venture partner Stellar Resources Limited (ASX: “SRZ”).
We invite you to look further into our website to view in more detail each of the exciting projects presently being explored and/or developed.