Amber Creek Molybdenum-Tin-Tungsten Project - Queensland, Australia
The Amber Creek project (EPM 18865) is located 177 km southwest of Cairns and comprises an area covering a number of separate molybdenum, tin and tungsten prospects. These prospects are within the undifferentiated metamorphics which are probably related to the McDevitt Metamorphics and which have been intruded by the Elizabeth Creek Granite.
Oldfield has conducted geological mapping along with soil and magnetic surveys over the area and has also identified several discrete mineralised veins structures. Tartana will implement an initial exploration programme focused on sampling these structures (2018 Initial Budget: $30,000).
Figure 15. Amber Creek Molybdenum-Tin-Tungsten Project location map.