Assays received from rock chip sampling returned very promising results of up to 1.47% lithium
The Tambourah Lithium Project consists of granted Exploration Licences E45/4848 and E45/4324 and is located approximately 200 km southeast of Port Hedland and 80 km southwest of Marble Bar in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Assays received from rock chip sampling by Macarthur Lithium of pegmatites collected in September 2017 at Tambourah returned very promising results of up to 1.47% Li2O . The best lithium results within the Exploration Licence are from a swarm of pegmatites exploited in the past for tin and tantalum. Multiple pegmatite outcrops were observed and a total of four samples were collected from two discrete areas. Lepidolite was observed at both locations separated by 350 m (samples TRC003 and TRC004). A sample of lithium muscovite from one old working returned 0.2% Li2O and elevated tantalum and tin values confirming the rare element character of this pegmatite.