Sunny Corner (Ag-Au-Zn-Cu)

The Sunny Corner North Project comprises EL9054 and EL9133 located in the central west region of New South Wales, approximately 175 km from Sydney.

In general, the mineralisation styles being explored for at the project include the following:

>  Volcanogenic Massive Sulphides (VMS) notable similar to the silver, lead, zinc and copper mineralisation at the nearby Sunny Corner deposit (not on tenure held by MinRex)

>  Remobilised structurally controlled shear-hosted base metals; and

>  Quartz vein-hosted gold with a genetic link to quartz-feldspar porphyry intrusions.

The exploration strategy applied by MinRex in the Sunny Corner North area is primarily focused on targeting and exploring for VMS deposits, shallow orogenic, structurally controlled, quartz vein hosted gold deposits.

Five target areas have been identified within the Project based on the magnetic responses. These have been preferentially selected over areas along mineralised structures with an elevated potassium response which have considerable strike extent.  There is close correlation between some of the workings and localized structures. Magnetics has indicated the number and extent of both major and minor faults appears to be significantly greater than indicated by Government published geological maps.

The target areas selected should be further investigated by ground follow up including mapping, sampling and potentially ground geophysical methods.