The Carr Boyd Nickel Project covers the Carr Boyd Layered Complex, a 75sq km mafic igneous complex which hosts several nickel and copper sulphide occurrences – the most significant being the Carr Boyd Rocks mine.
Carr Boyd Nickel Project, north of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, is a major focus for Estrella Resources Limited – where they have recently made a nickel and copper discovery while drilling into the T5 electromagnetic target.
The Spargoville Project is located located approximately 20km South West of Kambalda, Western Australia. Estrella Resources acquired the project, through the purchase of WA Nickel Pty Ltd.
As a result of this purchase, the Company received a large database of drillhole, surface sampling and underground channel sampling with the acquisition. The Spargoville project was first discovered by Selcast Exploration in the late 1960s, since then 1A, 5A, 5B and 5D deposits have been discovered and developed.