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Stellar Resources Overview

Stellar Resources is an ASX Listed (ASX: SRZ) company focused on developing the world class Heemskirk Tin Project and exploring for Victorian-style gold in Tasmania.

Our flagship Heemskirk Tin Project on the West Coast of Tasmania is the highest-grade undeveloped tin resource in Australia and the second highest globally. With a scoping study completed in late 2019 confirming attractive economics, the Heemskirk Tin Project is well positioned to take advantage of this years’ booming tin market.

Drilling on the Heemskirk Mining Lease and adjacent Montana Flats Exploration Licence is recommencing in 2021, targeting new areas of high-grade tin mineralisation and drilling beneath key historical silver-lead mines in the highly mineralised Zeehan mineral field which have never been drill tested before.

Stellar‘s objective is to establish Heemskirk as Australia’s second largest tin producer.

Stellar also holds 12 first in time Exploration Licence applications covering a large area of 2,534 km2 in NE Tasmania which is highly prospective for Victorian-style orogenic gold and Intrusive Related Gold Systems and has ~77 historic gold and ~25 tin occurrences. A number of desktop gold exploration targets have already been identified and ground-based work is planned to commence in the second half of 2021 when the licences are granted.

Stellar Resources unearths potentially “game changing” high-grade tin offshoot at Heemskirk

“Stellar Resources Ltd (ASX:SRZ) executive director Gary Fietz joins Proactive’s Andrew Scott to highlight strong tin results from the flagship Heemskirk Tin Project in Tasmania.Two infill holes drilled at the project produced intercepts up to 2.12% tin and 0.23% copper, with a particularly wide intersection of 51.6 metres at 0.44% tin and 0.06% copper, a much broader section of mineralisation than assumed in the current resource model.These results provide evidence of a broader, higher-grade off-shoot from the main system, plunging 200 metres toward the north at depth with a 50-metre cross strike, a “significant” zone the company considers a potential “game changer”.”