A Diverse International Portfolio

Australian based resource exploration company that operates internationally, holding a diverse portfolio of mineral projects in Canada, Australia and Namibia.

Sundown Lithium Project
James Bay Province, Quebec

The Sundown lithium project lies in the world-class James Bay Lithium Province, host to several advanced lithium projects and new lithium discoveries in Canada and comprises 510 mining claims covering pegmatite outcrops spanning over 260km2. Located in the heart of this rapidly developing lithium province.

Carb Lake REE Project
Red Lake District, Ontario

The Carb Lake REE Project is located in the Red Lake District of Ontario, Canada, a well-known mining province comprising 93 mineral claims covering a very large +3km diameter carbonatite complex and is prospective for REE and Nb.  Anomalous historical results include 7.1% Niobium.

Halls Creek Copper
Kimberley Region, WA

Halls Creek Copper, Zinc and Silver project is situated 25km southwest of Halls Creek and extends over 10km of strike on the Halls Creek Mobile Zone which is highly prospective for a range of commodities including copper, gold and nickel. The project includes the Mount Angelo North volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) copper-zinc-silver deposit and the Bommie porphyry copper deposit. In late 2022, Cazaly executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with AuKing to include the Halls Creek project into their Koongie Park copper-zinc mine scoping study.

Ashburton REE, Gold & Base Metals Pilbara, WA

Cazaly’s Ashburton project spans 2,450km2 in the Ashburton Basin, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The project covers major regional structures considered to be highly prospective for gold, base metals and REE mineralisation. Regional scale mineralised trends including gold, copper-gold, REE have been identified extending over 50km strike. The project area presents an excellent opportunity for discovery of large mineralised systems along the major regional scale structures, which to date have seen very little modern exploration.

Lyons REE
Gascoyne Province, WA

The Lyons project is a very prospective package of ground located within the Bangemall Basin in the Gascoyne Province of Western Australia. The Gascoyne region is highly prospective for rare earth elements (REE) as well as base metals. The project covers over 50 strike kilometres of the Lyons River Fault which is closely associated with significant REE deposits.

Mount Venn JV
Eastern Goldfields, WA

The Mt Venn project is managed by Woomera Mining Limited and located 125km northeast of Laverton in the North-eastern Goldfields Region of Western Australia. It covers approximately 400km2 of greenstone sequence prospective for gold, nickel & platinum group metals.

The project is subject to an unincorporated joint venture between the operators Woomera Mining Limited (ASX: WML 80%, CAZ 20%).

McKenzie Springs JV
Kimberley Region, WA

Sammy Resources Pty Ltd (a wholly owned subsidiary of Cazaly) is in joint venture with Fin Resources Ltd over exploration licence E80/4808, the McKenzie Springs Project, located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The project is prospective for nickel, copper, graphite and base metals.

The McKenzie Springs JV project
is managed by Fin Resources Ltd (ASX: FIN 70%, CAZ 30%).

Abenab North REE & Base Metals Northern Namibia

The Abenab North project lies in the Otavi Mountain Land region of northern Namibia located approximately 450km by road from the capital of Windhoek. The exploration licence application area covers approximately 790km2 in an area with excellent infrastructure supported by the towns of Tsumeb and Grootfontein. The project is considered to be highly prospective for base metals and rare earth element (REE) mineralisation as evidenced from the results of previous but limited exploration.

Kaoko Lithium
Northern Namibia

The Kaoko lithium project is located in northern Namibia, approximately 800km by road from the capital of Windhoek and approximately 750km from the port of Walvis Bay. The area has excellent infrastructure, located 50km from Opuwo, the regional capital, which has an airport and well-maintained bitumen roads.