Cue Project

  • Strategic 27.3km2 ground holding in a high-grade historic goldfield in the Murchison region
  • Located on the Great Northern Highway, approximately 645km from Perth
  • Major gold hub - with over 7Moz of gold production
  • Historic mining recorded high grade +15g/t gold in quartz veining
  • Remnant shallow gold resources (Non JORC compliant) and mining opportunities


GSM’s Cue project is located in the Murchison region immediately north of the town of Cue and covers approximately 27km2.
The geology is dominated by a hybridised tonalite body known locally as the Cue Granite which has intruded the local greenstone sequence. Gold mineralisation generally occurs within quartz veins and lodes hosted within the granite at faulted granitoid contacts with sheared greenstone enclaves.

GSM completed RC drilling to test the along trend potential at Light of Asia and Salisbury mines, along with deep diamond drilling of geophysical seismic targets.

The deep drilling revealed a major contact metamorphic zone at the granite-greenstone contact and broad intervals of shearing containing silica and feldspar with variable chlorite-carbonate-pyrite alteration.

Targets in the project area include additional extensional exploration drilling and evaluation work immediately along strike and down dip and plunge centred on the historical gold workings. A number of rich historic mines require additional evaluation and include the Salisbury, Cue No. 1, Cue North, Light of Asia and Queen of the May mines.

An additional target includes the unusual geological setting at “The Patch” when compared to the remainder of the historic gold deposits in the Cue project tenement. “The Patch” extends approximately 1km along strike (N – S) and 0.8km east to west.  It overlies the projected extension of both the Great Fingall Shear Zone (GFSZ) and the Great Fingall Dolerite.

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