Exploration Portfolio

Tin

EL 46/2003 Heemskirk Tasmania (Stellar 100%) – 142km²
Contains the St Dizier tin skarn mineralisation. The mineralisation occurs as a shallow pipe-like body at the western end of a 2.5km linear zone of meta-sediments along the northern edge the Heemskirk granite. The mineralisation is located 20 kilometres to the northwest of the Heemskirk Tin Project.

EL 1/2004 Ramsay River Tasmania (Stellar 100%) – 71km²
Contains a tin  in soil geochemical anomaly, over 400 metres in strike length, along the northern edge of the tin bearing Meredith granite.

Nickel

EL 49/2004 Rayne Tasmania (Stellar 100%) – 28km²
Contains an intense magnetic anomaly reflecting a circular feature below Cambrian Crimson Creek sediments. Close proximity to nickel mineralised gabbro dykes at Melba Flats suggests potential for Voiseys Bay style mineralisation at depth. Drilling by former joint venture partner MMG Exploration Pty Ltd did not explain the source of the magnetic feature. Further downhole geophysics to identify off-hole magnetic sources is under investigation.

Copper/Gold

ELs 5125, 5126 near Coober Pedy and ELs 4573 and 4882 near Kingoonya South Australia (Stellar 100%) – 874km²
These tenements cover significant regional magnetic targets over the central Gawler Craton that are considered prospective for relatively shallow Olympic Dam style iron ore copper gold mineralisation.

EL 40/2010 Heazlewood Hill Tasmania (Stellar 100%) – 20km²
Stellar drilled tested a coincident electromagnetic and soil geochemical target near the old Jasper copper workings without locating any significant copper mineralisation. There are other lower-order electromangetic and magnetic targets on this licence that remain to be tested.

Coal

Stellar holds a royalty of $0.60/tonne of coal or iron ore mined from EL 4525 located south of Coober Pedy in South Australia. Southern Coal Holdings Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of WPG Resources Limited, is the holder of this tenement and released a total coal resource estimate of 352.4 million tonnes.