Brunswick Project (Kula Gold 100%)

Kula-Gold-Logo 50The Brunswick Gold Project (ELA70/5599) covers 250 km2 and is located between the towns of Donnybrook and Brunswick Junction, approx. 150km south of Perth, Western Australia.

The licence is located in the highly prospective Western Gneiss Terrain which hosts Chalice Gold Mines, Julimar Ni-Cu-PGE Project to the North.

Kula Gold's exploration license (E70/5599) for the Brunswick Project covers 240km² and is located between the towns of Donnybrook and Brunswick Junction, approx. 150km south of Perth, WA.

Kula Gold’s exploration license (E70/5599) for the Brunswick Project covers 245km² and is located approx. 150km south of Perth, WA.


Brunswick Ni-Cu-PGE Prospect Location Map.

Brunswick Ni-Cu-PGE Prospect Location Map.

⛏️ Kula Gold Limited released visual results from a rock sampling program in February 2021 reporting visible copper mineralisation.

The assay results from those rock samples showed Cu up to 0.35% as chalcopyrite, confirming the presence of copper-bearing sulphides in the project area.

Fieldwork by the company’s geological team has identified potential for three types of mineralisation and these are now the focus of exploration work:

1. Julimar Style Ni-Cu-PGE mineralisation.

2. Epithermal gold mineralisation– as evidenced by the historic Donnybrook Goldmines Ltd south of the licence with production of 1,100oz from 1,497 tons of ore between 1897 and 1904. (Ref: BHP Minerals Ltd DMIRS report of 1 Feb 1987 for exploration work 1985-87)

3. Archean Cu-Au mineralisation analogous to Newmont’s Boddington Copper-Gold Mine 75km NE which is one of the largest gold mines in the world, producing approximately 700k oz Au and 35kt Cu p.a.

Figure 1 - Rock samples from Brunswick Ni-Cu-PGE Project - February 2021.

Rock samples from Brunswick Ni-Cu-PGE Project – February 2021.

⛏️ Previous Kula studies of the open file magnetic data showed some subdued magnetic highs which Kula considered were worth investigating further to see if the subdued magnetic response was masking potential Ultramafics in the licence area.

The open file magnetics within the licence area were reprocessed to highlight the magnetic highs which will be field checked in the coming weeks to verify the actual rock types. Comparison of the open file and re-processed magnetics are shown in the images below.

Images showing the comparison between reprocessed magnetics (left) and the open file magnetics (right) with red areas in the reprocessed magnetics interpreted to be potential Ultramafics – subject to field verification. Gold stars show historical gold projects, White stars are known pegmatites, Blue stars are rock/laterite quarries in the area

Images showing the comparison between reprocessed magnetics (left) and the open file magnetics (right) with red areas in the reprocessed magnetics interpreted to be potential Ultramafics – subject to field verification. Gold stars show historical gold projects, White stars are known pegmatites, Blue stars are rock/laterite quarries in the area

The licence area also contains an historical gold project east of Brunswick junction known as Brunswick and is also prospective for Lithium bearing pegmatites.

Latest Brunswick News

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Brunswick Project a substantial addition to Kula Gold portfolio

Brunswick Ni-Cu-PGE Project added to Kula Gold’s portfolio. “Kula Gold’s technical team have spent many months investigating potential Julimar Style exploration opportunities and following Chalice’s (ASX: CHN) recent spectacular discovery north of Perth, it has resulted in the Brunswick Project acquisition,” Kula Gold Chairman Mark Stowell after the release of the company’s latest Quarterly Activity Report. “This is a […]