Located in the Gawler Craton region in South Australia is the Millers Creek Project area, approximately 140 km northwest of Woomera. The company currently holds 154 km2 of tenure, with a further 957 km2 contiguous to it currently under application. Redbank see the Gawler Craton as a premier location for IOCG deposits, with large nearby projects such as Olympic Dam, Prominent Hill, and Carrapateena.
The company has selected Miller’s Creek from available open ground and utilised images from available gravity data in order to discriminate gravity anomalies, after preparation of a density model and targets selected from the 1500 m depth slice (refer to figure below). The Millers Creek gravity anomaly compares favourably with known deposits and prospects in the region. The company considers anomalies which persist at depth are more likely to represent mineralised systems.
Location of Millers Creek gravity anomaly relative to significant regional deposit footprints at same scale. Base image is 1500 m vertical depth slice of gravity model, anomalies are red to magenta. For further details Click here