Rushworth gold project
The Rushworth goldfield is 45km from the Fosterville Gold Mine in central Victoria, and surrounded by major explorers such as Newmont Mining and Chalice Gold Mines. Dart owns 100% of the Rushworth licences.
The mineralisation at Rushworth is orogenic epizonal quartz-vein style that is interpreted to be genetically similar to the Fosterville high-grade gold style. There are multiple structures evident with three primary quartz vein orientations and two main parallel lines of strike, which are both more than 7km long.
Rushworth has seen limited historic mining, although high-grade gold was historically mined in the region. Drilling has intersected mineralised veins to 200m depth however very few historic mines were developed below the water table (~50m depth).