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EL8902 – Glen Innes, EL8903 – Emmaville.
Granted until 21st October, 2023
EL8913 – Tingha. Granted until 8th November, 2023
Total – 512 square kilometres

EL 9347 – Tin Hill granted until 27th January 2022
530 square kilometres


Bulk mineable vein or breccia style tin-tungsten.


The New England Orogen (NEO) of New South Wales is host to thousands of historic tin workings in the form of placer, lead and deep lead deposits mined in the late 1800s.

The Emmaville-Torrington and Tingha districts host the New England’s significant tin deposits, including Taronga Tin deposit which contains a JORC 2012 Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resource estimate of 36.3Mt at 0.16% Sn for 57,200 tonnes of contained tin (Source: AusTin Mining Limited).

Tin deposits in the New England occur as sheeted vein style (Taronga); disseminated greisen (Glen Eden); breccia pipe (Glen Eden) and skarn/carbonate replacement associated with Late Permian to Early Triassic highly fractionated leucocratic granitoid intrusions.

Historic Production and Exploration

The TinOne Resources Inc. Project areas have been subject to sporadic exploration with the majority being conducted in the 1960 to 1980s. Very little systematic modern work has been undertaken.

EL8902 contains the Glen Eden, Deepwater, Bald Nob and Herriots Reef tin prospects. Glen Eden is the most advanced prospect having had soil sampling and some drilling. It contains Sn-W mineralisation in a massive and stockwork greisen and breccia pipe.

EL 8903 covers the highly mineralised Mole Granite, which hosts the Targona tin deposit. The cassiterite mineralisation associated with the Mole Granite has been the source for the extensive and rich Tertiary deep lead and Quaternary placer deposits of cassiterite in the Emmaville area.

There is patchy coverage of historic titles over EL 8903 with few surface geochemistry samples and no drilling data available.

EL8913 covers the mineralised Upper Permian, I-type, Gilgai Leucogranite, which contains a large number of disseminated and vein-type, cassiterite and polymetallic sulfide occurrences with diverse metal associations (Sn, Pb, Zn, Cu, Ag, As, Mo). Weathering of tin greisen systems hosted in the Gilgai Granite and Elsmore Granite has also produced rich tin placer deposits in deep lead and colluvial sediments beneath and surrounding basalt flows in the Tingha-Stannifer, Elsmore and Newstead areas. Tin production from the alluvial sources in the late 1800s to early 1900s exceeded 70,000 tonnes of concentrate. There has been very little exploration within the tenement and shallow drilling targeted diamonds with no base metal assays.

TinOne Resources Inc. Exploration

Since acquisition TinOne Resources Inc. has undertaken compilation of historic data. Field work has not been conducted.

Exploration Plans

TinOne Resources Inc. plans to execute systematic exploration utilising modern techniques to define drill targets. This is likely to include:

  • Continued capture of historic data
  • Surface mapping, rock sampling and potentially ultra-low detection-limit soil sampling of to define mineralised corridors
  • If targets warrant, gradient array IP/resistivity and potentially pole-dipole IP/resistivity
  • If targets warrant, reverse circulation and/or diamond drilling of integrated targets.

Qualified Person

The scientific and technical information in this website has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in National Instrument 43-101 (Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects) and reviewed and approved by Dr Stuart Smith as a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 (the “Qualified Person”). Dr Smith is a Technical Adviser to the company.