Artemis Resources is proud to release our tenement boundaries free to the public to view online in Google Maps or to download and more thoroughly investigate on Google Earth. We think this could be the first time as ASX-listed company has freely published their collection of tenement boundaries.
Advice to researchers
Artemis Resources have provided you with the tenement numbers for all of our projects; we welcome further investigation by the public such as by using the resources provided freely by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS). You can use Tenegraph to export the GIS boundaries, WAMEX to look at exploration reports, Mineral Titles Online to review tenement information, or MINEDEX to look at historical reports. We encourage you to research Artemis Resources Ltd and we are happy to help with your technical questions.
We’re also pleased to announce that we are making all of our tenement boundaries easily accessible to our followers, researchers and investors. We think this is the first time an ASX-listed company has freely published their tenement boundaries on the company website. These GIS files have been saved as “kmz” files which means everyone can easily open them in Google Earth, or if you have other GIS software you should be able to convert and open these boundaries.
Click here to view a PDF table of our tenements sorted by project, owners and area.
Click here to download our tenement boundaries and view these in Google Earth.
View all 60 of the Artemis Resources tenements on Google Maps.
Click here to view the 1980s CRA WAMEX Report, including the gold intercept down 1756m
Scroll below to see a map or our tenements with the Radio Hill plant and the 1980s CRA drillhole...and keep scrolling to have a look at the the CRA drillhole cross-section.
Click on the individual tenement numbers to view the tenement in Google Maps, or download into Google Earth.