Bynoe & Wingate Projects

Kingston holds a significant 400km2 tenement package within the Northern Territory’s neighbouring Bynoe Pegmatite Field and Wingate Mountains Pegmatite District

Both projects are within the 180km long Litchfield Pegmatite Belt, which lies in close proximity to Darwin. 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. The region was historically mined for tin and tantalum, but remains significantly underexplored in more recent times particularly for lithium. Lithium bearing pegmatites are often associated with tantalum in LCT (Lithium-Caesium-Tantalum) type pegmatites so the presence of tantalum historical workings is interpreted by the company as a good indicator of the LCT type pegmatites being present in the region. Kingston intends to introduce modern exploration techniques to this highly prospective area.

Kingston has completed its initial mapping and sampling program, drilling applications have been submitted, and drilling is expected to take place in the first half of 2017.

EL31091 MMP, EL31092 MMP and EL31133 MMP

Figure 1: Bynoe and Wingate tenement areas within regional pegmatite fields

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