Curriba, New South Wales

LMEs Curriba tenement covers the highly prospective S-type Kikoira Granite which lies to the north, along strike from the Ardlethan breccia-related porphyry Sn system. A prediction model conducted by Kenex indicated the Kikoira Granite as one of the most prospective Sn targets in NSW. The model was based on granite age, texture, composition, fertility, proximity to faults/contacts, veins, alteration, K-radiometrics and mineral occurrence data. 


  • 50km northwest of West Wyalong, NSW

Ground holding

  • 383km2
    Resource authority: EL 9271


  • Tin, Tungsten, Gold


  • 100% Longreach No.1 Pty Ltd (100% subsidiary of Longreach Mineral Exploration)

Project Status

  • 2022
    Intergration of datasets, identification of areas.
    Field reconnaissance and assessment of target areas for exploration.
Figure 1. Location of LMEs Curriba tenement in NSW with superimposed Sn-W prediction model on iso gravity-magnetics tilt 4326.