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Julimar Information Sheets

The Julimar Nickel-Copper-PGE Project Information Sheets

  • Key Project Details

    In March 2020, Chalice made a significant discovery of platinum group elements (PGE’s), nickel, copper, cobalt and gold at the Julimar Project near Toodyay, about 70km north-east of Perth.

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    Key Project Details

  • Exploration in the Julimar State Forest

    In early 2022, Chalice commenced low-impact exploration drilling in the Julimar State Forest. Chalice’s current exploration program sets a new standard as one of the lowest impact exploration campaigns, using leading practice environmental management measures. Chalice’s activity in the Forest is strictly governed by a Conservation Management Plane (CMP) approved by the Western Australian Government.

    Please download the Exploration in the Julimar State Forest Information Sheet for more information on Chalice’s low-impact approach to exploration.

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    Exploration in the Julimar State Forest

  • Managing Dieback

    Chalice is committed to strong environmental stewardship, including strict dieback management protocols to minimise the impact of our exploration in the Julimar region.

    Please download the Dieback Information Sheet for more information on Chalice’s management approach.

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    Managing Dieback

  • What are Green Metals?

    The Julimar Project is positioned to be a globally significant and strategic source of battery and hydrogen green metals in WA.

    Download the Green Metals Information Sheet for further details on the role of these critical metals and Julimar.

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    What are Green Metals?

Exploration and Land Access

For further information on exploration methods and land access, the following Fact Sheets have been independently prepared by the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC).

Further resources can also be found on the AMEC website at www.amec.org.au or via phone on 1300 738 184.