Granted licence EPM19483, located to the south of Cloncurry, surrounds the Trekelano copper mine and extends southwards to within close proximity of the Tick Hill gold mine.

The Trekelano copper mine is a high grade, structurally hosted copper gold deposit with a known metal inventory*1 (production and resources) of 63,000tonnes of copper and 73,000 ounces of gold.

Trekelano is currently being explored by Ivanhoe Australia which recently reported high grade copper intersections, including 44metres @ 5.7% Cu and 1.4 g/t Au (TRNQ53, Presentation to Global Resources Conference 26-27 September 2011). The Tick Hill gold mine has produced*2 513,333 ounces from 705,000 tonnes of ore at an average grade of 22.6 g/t Au, ranking it as one of the most significant, high grade gold producers in Australia’s modern mining era.

Preliminary research by GBM Resources has identified a number of promising results in data obtained from open file exploration reports. These include significant copper intersections from the Clarries Prospect and base metal intervals from drilling at Maiden Creek. In addition, a soil geochemical survey at Kiama indentified a semi-circular feature at plus 100ppm Cu.

This 1.2 kilometre long, 120 metres wide prospect is located immediately south of an untested magnetic high.


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GBM Acquires The Twin Hills Gold Project
• Binding Heads of Agreement signed with Minjar Gold Pty Ltd1 to acquire 100% interest in Twin Hills Gold Project proximate to GBM’s Mt Coolon Gold Project.
• Acquisition cost is $1.5m on a deferred settlement basis and the issue of 50m ordinary fully paid shares in the Company
• The acquisition further underwrites the development of the Mt Coolon Gold Project, potentially doubling its resource base and adding significant exploration potential.
• The Twin Hill Gold Project published inferred resource is estimated
at 398,000 ounces2 Executive
22 December 2017
Non Binding Ore Purchase Term Sheet With Pajingo Gold Mine
• GBM will sell its Mt Coolon high grade Glen Eva and Koala resources over a 2.5 year period.
• Mining is planned to commence in the September quarter 2018.
• GBM will mine and transport the material to the Pajingo Gold Mine and Pajingo will batch process.
• The commercial terms are based on open book approach and the nett proceeds from gold sales will be allocated 50:50 to the parties.
• This opportunity with Minjar1 can transform GBM from a capital dependent Company to cash flow generating.
19 December 2017
Mt Coolon Gold Project Scoping Study
Scoping Study Demonstrates the Potential Economic Viability of Recommencing the Mount Coolon Gold Project, Queensland
4 December 2017

Latest Reports

Report for the Quarter ended 30th September 2017
- Mount Coolon Gold Project
The Company has engaged Mining One Consultants to complete a scoping study in conjunction with a range of other specialists, on the Mount Coolon Gold Project.
23 October 2017
Annual Report
Dear Fellow Shareholders
GBM Resources continues to actively pursue its key objective of developing
and extending the known resources within the Company’s highly
prospective tenement holding in the Drummond Basin, Queensland.
6 October 2017
Report for the Quarter Ended 30th June 2017
Mount Coolon Gold Project
• The Company has engaged Mining One Consultants to complete a scoping study in conjunction with a range of other specialists, on the Mount Coolon Gold Project. The Scoping Study is scheduled for completion in August.
• The Company appointed mining engineer, Mr Ian Horton, to the newly created role of General Manager of the Mount Coolon Gold Project.
• Gold resource increased at the Glen Eva deposit by 77% to 0.9Mt averaging 2.2 g/t Au containing an estimated 66,000 ounces. Potential exists to extend the Glen Eva Resource along strike and down dip.
31 July 2017


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