Bonaparte Project

The Bonaparte Project, located in the Northern Kimberley region of Western Australia, is a key exploration initiative for Javelin Minerals. This project targets a range of mineral resources, including copper, lead, zinc, and silver. By employing advanced exploration techniques, Javelin Minerals aims to identify and develop these valuable mineral deposits. The Bonaparte Project highlights the company’s commitment to expanding its resource base and generating returns for shareholders through the strategic exploration and development of high-potential mineral assets.

Project Summary

Javelin’s Bonaparte project is situated in northern Western Australia’s Kimberley region. The Bonaparte project now comprises 5 Exploration Licences  totalling 675 square kilometres in area.

From a base metals perspective, the region has been compared to the high grade deposits within the soft sedimentary host rocks commonly found along the Mississippi River in the US, otherwise known as Mississippi Valley Type (MVT), or in the Lennard shelf in Australia.

  • Bonaparte Project captures significant acreage of potential Mississippi Valley-type Copper, Lead, Zinc and Silver mineralisation.
  • The untested Martin’s Gossan, Cockatoo and Siggins Springs anomalies warrant immediate exploratory attention.
  • 50 kms west of Boab Metal’s Sorby Hills Lead/Zinc resource.
  • 2020 drill testing at Redbank yielded inconclusive results.
Project

Bonaparte Project

Location

Northern Kimberley Region, Western Australia

Resources

Zn, Pb, Ag and Cu