The Yallari Project is 6km west of the Mt Marion lithium mine in Western Australia, and 75km northwest of Tawana’s Cowan Project.
The tenement contains numerous pegmatites in the same host-rock sequence as Mt Marion and located close to the Depot Hill granodiorite.
Sampling is required to define the pegmatite type(s) and their potential for mineralisation. Based on the known pegmatite mineralogy, the most prospective area for lithium-enriched pegmatites will be further from the source granite. Three recent samples of pegmatite scree from near access tracks returned an anomalous lithium result.
No exploration for lithium has been undertaken at Yallari to date, however the project is considered highly prospective.