Livingstone Gold Project

The Livingstone Gold Project is an advanced exploration project with an existing JORC2004 Inferred mineral resource of 49,900 ounces and a number of high-grade drilling intersections that indicate excellent potential for additional discoveries.

Kingston has purchased a 12mth option to acquire a 75% interest in the Project.

Located 140km northwest of Meekatharra in the Peak Hill mineral field of Western Australia, Livingstone covers 204km2 of the western Bryah Basin, including;

  • A JORC2004 Inferred gold resource of 49,900oz
  • Numerous high-grade intersections including:
    • 18m @ 7.85g/t Au from 68m
    • 5m @ 20.5g/t Au from 3m
    • 14m @ 3.49g/t Au from 2m
  • Brownfields exploration potential over a 31km strike length

At Livingstone, quartz-sericite schist and cherts of the Millidie Creek Formation within the Padbury Group host the historic Livingstone’s Find gold workings. Livingstone’s Find was the largest historic gold producer in the Robinson Range sheet area, with 1,260oz at an average of 21.85g/t. Further north in the stratigraphic sequence, mafic/ultramafic schists of the Narracoota Formation host the Homestead resource and the Winja, Hilltop and VHF gold prospects.

Kingston’s initial focus will be further defining a shallow high grade zone of mineralisation at Homestead (which hosts the JORC2004 inferred resource). Nearby Homestead, at the Winja prospect, Kingston expects to follow up on the limited historic drilling which saw intersections such as 18m @7.65g/t returned. The third prospect, Livingstone’s Find, is the largest geochemical anomaly across the tenement and the site of historic mining, nevertheless exploration work has been extremely limited. Historical drilling returned intercepts including 14m @ 2.71g/t and a single fence drilled by Livingstone Resources in 1997 returned 4m @ 2.29g/t and 1m @ 4.1g/t all near surface. The geochemical response, positive results from RAB drilling and the presence of numerous old workings make Livingstone’s Find a priority area for Kingston’s exploration.

Figure 1: Soil geochemistry at Livingstone highlighting the scale of the Livingstone’s Find anomaly

Figure 2: A long section of Homestead drilling intersections, contoured for grade-thickness.

Figure 3: Homestead section 578650E – high-grade mineralisation at surface.

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