DRILLING GREENFIELD GOLD TARGETS AT YARRI

Solstice Minerals Gears Up for Exploration Surge

Solstice Minerals Ltd. (ASX:SLS) is preparing to commence aircore drilling at its Yarri Project, located near the renowned Carosue Dam-Porphyry gold hub, with all necessary heritage and environmental approvals secured. The project’s gold targets present promising greenfield potential for substantial discoveries and the opportunity to expand the existing 177,000oz Mineral Resource at Hobbes Gold Project.

The company will focus on a variety of gold targets, including historically anomalous zones in shallow drilling at Bunjarra and Wallbrook South, extensions of recent drilling by competitors at Box Soak & Bunjarra, and unexplored soil-covered structural targets at Hobbes, Box Soak, Boyce, and Edjudina Range. Notable recent resampling results at Bunjarra have underscored the area’s gold potential, with highlights such as 2m @ 1.85g/t Au and 6m @ 0.47g/t Au.

Solstice is committed to uncovering new large-scale gold systems within gold-rich greenstone belts, often concealed by shallow transported soil cover that has hindered past exploration efforts. The company plans to continue its aircore drilling throughout the first half of 2024, following site preparation for each target.

Nick Castleden, CEO and Managing Director of Solstice Minerals, emphasized the company’s strong position for progressing various structural and geochemical targets, noting, “Early-stage exploration in this part of the Eastern Goldfields has a history of delivering new and exciting gold systems, and the Company’s landholdings and capital places it in an excellent position to progress a suite of compelling structural and geochemical targets. Aircore drilling provides fast, cost-effective first-pass exploration of areas with space to deliver an entirely new gold system. We look forward to reporting on progress at each of these targets during the first half of this year.”

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