Ausgold Limited was formed to utilise some of the latest innovations in geoscience to target areas in Australia prospective for the discovery of gold and copper-gold ore bodies. This work was carried out by the Centre for Exploration Targeting, an internationally renowned group affiliated with the University of Western Australia and Curtin University, using a team of highly qualified geoscientists with extensive experience in gold mineralising systems and exploration targeting.
The result was the acquisition by Ausgold of tenements covering 17,500 square kilometres of ground prospective for gold and copper mineralisation. These tenements cover a range of mineralising systems in known and emerging mineral provinces throughout Australia where potential exists for new gold and copper discoveries.
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