Kingston Resources is an ASX listed metals exploration company advancing four prospective lithium projects.

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Mt Cattlin Project

Within the project area, the Deep Purple South Prospect lies 14km south-west of the established Mt Cattlin lithium mine (GXY, GMM) and 15km from the town of Ravensthorpe, providing an ideal infrastructure setting.

Greenbushes Project

Our Greenbushes tenement adjoins the southern border of Talison’s Greenbushes mine, the largest hard rock lithium mine in the world. The site contains a series of mineralised pegmatites which have intruded along the Donnybrook-Bridgetown shear zone.

Bynoe and Wingate Project

The Bynoe Pegmatite Field is the largest known pegmatite field in the Northern Territory, it is approximately three times the size of the Pilgangoora field in WA, creating an opportunity for globally significant discoveries.

North Arunta Projects

Within the Arunta Region a number of pegmatitic phases are believed to have intruded during regional deformational events and contain varied chemical compositions hosting uranium, rare earth elements, tin, tungsten, tantalum and mica mineralisation.

Latest News

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Investor Presentation – AMEC Convention June 2017

Over the balance of 2017 Kingston Resources expects to take significant steps forward at three key projects: Bynoe; Arunta and Livingstone. The Company remains comfortably funded to continue to advance exploration and development of all of its key projects.

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Drilling begins at Bynoe

Kingston Resources (ASX:KSN) is pleased to announce that it has commenced drilling at the Bynoe Project, southwest of Darwin in the Northern Territory. The initial program of up to 4,000m of RC drilling is expected to take up to four weeks, with results expected within two to three weeks of completion.

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Quarterly Activities Report

Kingston Resources (ASX:KSN) (Kingston or the Company) is pleased to provide an update on an active quarter for the Company. A joint geophysics program was flown over the Bynoe region with results providing further targets for follow up as well as refining targets for the initial drill program due to commence shortly.

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Contact Kingston

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  • 3 Spring Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
  • info@kingstonresources.com.au
  • Tel: +61 2 8249 4968

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