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Bollinger Diamond Project

The Bollinger Project is located 200km north-west of Kununurra in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The tenements consist of granted prospecting licences covering an area of approximately 20 square kilometres and are 100% controlled by Adamus.

Bollinger is situated on the southern extension of the Seppelt Fracture Zone, a 10 kilometre long structure that hosts a number of diamondiferous kimberlites including the high grade Seppelt 2 kimberlite body, located 350 metres north of Bollinger. North Australian Diamonds Limited completed a pre-feasibility study on Seppelt 2 confirming a grade in excess of 200 carats per 100 tonnes from kimberlitic material.

Previous reconnaissance drilling at Bollinger identified a kimberlitic fissure zone >500m in length directly along strike from North Australian Diamonds Limited’s Seppelt 2 pipe. The chemistry of indicator minerals recovered from the Bollinger fissure zone, suggests the kimberlitic material is highly prospective for diamonds.

Additional ground based geophysical surveys have identified new gravity anomalies associated with the southern extension of the fissure zone.