Lake Way Project

Lake Way Project

Zeus’ Lake Way Project comprises five contiguous tenement applications (E53/1600-1604) and a separate single granted tenement (E53/1247) covering a combined area of 835 km2 north and south of the township of Wiluna in the north-east Yilgarn Craton (Figure 2). The northern group of tenements extends 90 km north-west from the northern edge of Lake Way, which hosts an Inferred Resource of 10.53 Mt @ 543 ppm U3O8 for 11.64 Mlb contained U3O8 (at a 200 ppm U3O8 cut off (ASX: TOE Release 10 October 2011 )).  The southern tenement covers a 4.5 km section of the palaeochannel that hosts the Dawson-Hinkler uranium deposit immediately to the west, and the Abercromby Well and Millipede uranium deposits immediately to the east. The Lake Way Project has been sub-divided into three sub-projects; the Kukabubba Palaeochannel, Lake Gregory and Hinkler Well Sub-Projects.


Figures 2 - 9 have been prepared by the Company using publicly available datasets.

Figure 2. Location of the Lake Way and Yeelirrie South Projects

Figure 2. Location of the Lake Way and Yeelirrie South Projects