Coogee Project

The Coogee Project, located near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, is a key focus for Javelin Minerals. This project targets the region’s rich deposits of Copper and Gold through advanced and methodical exploration techniques. Our goal is to unlock significant value by identifying and developing these high-grade mineral resources.

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Excellent Au-Cu Metallurgical Recoveries at Coogee

Commenting on the Metallurgical testwork, Javelin’s Executive Director, Mathew Blake said:
“We are very pleased to see that our first phase of metallurgical test work has returned excellent gold and copper recoveries from composite RC drill samples at Coogee with considerable gravity recoverable gold. This complements the metallurgical recovery of 96.4% obtained by Ramelius Resources when they mined and processed the Coogee pit in 2013, with reported production of 147,400 tonnes at 4.7 g/t Au for a recovered 20,400 ounces of gold”.

Project Summary

Coogee is located approximately 55km southeast of Kalgoorlie on the north‐eastern shore of Lake Lefroy and comprises four tenements ( M 26/477, Exploration Licenses E 26/77 and E 26/236, L 26/264 and L 26/265 as well as Exploration License Applications E 26/245 and E 26/248) that cover an area of approximately 17km2.

The project’s location near the major mining centre of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia provides ready access to both significant exploration and mining support services and a skilled workforce.

To date, Javelin has completed 4 phases of RC drilling totalling 135 holes for 19,136 metres. The drill programs have been successful in outlining mineralisation which transitions from gold to copper‐gold to the north within a broader copper‐gold system at Coogee which now has strike length of over 1km.




Kalgoorlie, Western Australia