Artemis Resources (ASX: ARV) is exploring for gold, cobalt, platinum and other deposits across 1400km2 in the Pilbara – and we now own the fully-permitted Radio Hill processing plant.

Mt OscarWits (Au, Fe)

We noticed conglomerate gold and wondered if this could be the same vein as the Purdy’s Reward conglomerate zone – so we bought the tenement and renamed it Mt OscarWits - in dedication to the Witwatersrand gold.

Munni Munni (Pd, Pt & Au)

Artemis Resources has an agreement with Platina Resources to earn a 70% interest in the Munni Munni project for platinum, palladium, gold and rhodium on four mining leases. This is Australia’s largest platinum and palladium JORC deposit. Artemis expects to complete our 70% earn-in by October 2018.

Silica Hills (Au)

“The results from the work to date are outstanding. 27kg of quartz specimens were sent to the Perth Mint and produced 38.3 ounces of gold, and 5.3 ounces of silver. It is not everyday that you send samples to the Perth Mint instead of an assay laboratory.”

Whundo (Cu, zinc)

We’ve monetised a liability and starting trucking the copper oxides to Whim Creek, for processing by Blackrock Minerals. So far, we’ve sold 50,000t of copper oxide at 1.5% Copper content

Only 30km south of Northern Star’s Paulsens’ Gold Mine is our Mt-Clement tenements - with a JORC resource: 64,400 ounces of gold and 618,500 ounces of silver.

Blacktop - diamonds

DeBeers diamond trading and marketing company (Diamdel) valued the diamonds at USD $52.56 per carat – that’s about USD $8,500 of diamonds from a small sample pit in 2006.

Weerianna (Au)

Weerianna has a JORC resource: 70,000 ounces of gold. The gold mineralisation outcrops at surface and is associated with quartz veining within chlorite-serpentinite schists.

Nickol River (Au)

The Nickol River Project has reported historical gold production from four main areas: Tozer’s, Boiler, Nickol South and Lydia. These prospects are located a mere 14km east of Karratha and just north of the Northwest Coastal Hwy – allowing for easy site access.

Radio Hill is not just the processing plant...but we also have a nickel/copper/cobalt resource, including stockpiles of ore. 

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