Hawthorn Resources Limited (Hawthorn) is an Australian diversified base metal and gold explorer with significant strategic tenement holdings throughout Western Australia.

LATEST NEWS  - 14 March 2020


14 March 2020

Overview: FY20 First Half Financial Report

PROJECT - Anglo Saxon


Anglo Saxon

Overview: The most advanced of Hawthorn Resources gold prospects is Anglo Saxon, which is 140 kilometres north-east of Kalgoorlie. The project has 23 KOZs (0.9 tonnes of gold) in an Indicated status, within a 140 KOZs (3.9 tonnes) resource – based on over 400 drill holes. Previous mining by open pit produced about 45 KOZs (1.5 tonnes).

PROJECT - Deep South


Deep South

Overview: The project area lies directly along strike to the south of Deep South Mine, approximately 170 kilometres to the north-east of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia. Hawthorn holds tenements in this area in Joint Venture, with Alacer Gold.

PROJECTS - Mount Bevan


Mount Bevan

Overview: The Mount Bevan Project comprising Exploration Licences 29/510 and 29/713 is located approximately 100 kilometres west of Leonora in the central Yilgarn region of Western Australia.

PROJECTS - Edjudina



Overview: This project is located 145 kilometres north-east of Kalgoorlie and is hosted by a series of gold mineralisation of strike parallel quartz veins. Three major, distinct and separate quartz vein sets host most of the known gold mineralisation in the project area.

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Yundamindera Project

(Hawthorn 100% and Hawthorn Resources 80%, Alacer Gold 20%)

In the Yundamindera Project area, located approximately 175 kilometres to the north-east of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia exploration has focused on the discovery of gold associated with mineralised syenitic porphyry dykes, BIFs and shears.

The project area is located within the South Laverton Zone where syenite porphyries host, or are associated with, significant gold mineralised bodies including Wallaby (7.1 million oz Au), Butcher Well (0.3 million oz Au) and Jupiter (0.1 million oz Au). In addition this region also hosts the major gold deposits of Sunrise Dam (8.4 million oz Au) and Red October (0.5 million oz Au).

Exploration carried out at the Coffey Bore Prospect  within the project area  has identified broad zones of gold mineralisation associated with stockwork quartz veining at the base of a shallow, 45° east dipping, porphyry intrusion. 

Results from this drilling has included:

  •  18 metres @ 2.15 g/t Au (incl. 7 metres @ 3.83 g/t Au), YMC005 and;
  •  28 metres @ 2.20 g/t Au (incl. 3 metres @ 10.11 g/t Au), YMC008

This shallow gold mineralisation is faulted off to the west in the southern part of the prospect; it remains open or inadequately tested to the north and at depth.

A project wide detailed aeromagnetic survey and interpretation designed to identify extensions of the Coffey Bore porphyry, identify repetitions of the porphyry signature within the larger project area and focus drill targets to be drilled in the upcoming year has been completed. Sampling of initial targets identified has commenced, with drilling testing to continue throughout 2013