The Scamander Mineral Field in Northeast Tasmania is a regional NW-SE trending mineralised corridor including Pinnacles, the historic Great Pyramid Tin Mine (RL2/2009) and the North Scamander project.

The Scamander Mineral Field contains a large number of metallic mineral occurrences hosted within folded and faulted Ordovician Mathinna Group sedimentary rocks and is underlain by a strongly fractionated alkali granite. The metalliferous nature of the district, well defined metal zonation and location above the inferred alkali granite suggest that known mineralisation in this area is spatially and genetically associated with the emplacement of the fertile granite.

Significant historic exploration for tin and base metals has been undertaken on Stellar’s Scamander EL EL19/2020 including extensive soil sampling, stream sediment sampling and drilling defining areas of anomalous Sn, Zn, Cu, Ag and Pb mineralisation.

Stellar has ‘first mover advantage’ with the majority of ground over the Scamander Mineral Field held within Stellar EL19/2020 (239km2) including the North Scamander Project, Pinnacles and multiple other high-quality targets.

Figure 5 – Scamander Mineral Field (EL19/2020) – Geology, mineral occurrences, and Zn soil geochemistry overlain on regional magnetics

Magnetic Inversion Modelling

Magnetic inversion modelling undertaken by Stellar’s geophysical consultant has shown that historic drilling at North Scamander was not deep enough to intersect the core of the magnetic feature which represents a high potential drilling target. Whilst the Pinnacles prospect is characterised by a more subtle magnetic feature, its strong surface geochemical anomalies, mapped sheeted quartz-cassiterite veins and historic drilling results combine to make the Pinnacles prospect another high potential drilling target.

Regional cross section looking NE showing modelled position of Constables Creek Granite (pink) with magnetic inversion voxels clipped to 0.00475 x10^-5 Si units and historic drilling (GDA94 Grid)