…gold, copper, cobalt, zinc, rare earths

…gold, copper, cobalt, zinc, rare earths

…gold, copper, cobalt, zinc, rare earths

…gold, copper, cobalt, zinc, rare earths

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Red Fox Resources was founded on a strategy to acquire low cost, high-quality, advanced exploration targets with the potential to rapidly increase value.

We are focused on exploration for gold, copper and zinc, with fifteen, 100% owned tenements located in the highly mineralised Cloncurry, Selwyn and Georgetown districts of Queensland.

Project highlights include:

  • Butchers Bore Project – high grade Gold in surface sampling – 10m @ 25.6g/t Au, never drilled.  Recent sampling by Red Fox shows strike length of 3km and values of 17.7 and 10.8g/t Au returned (Cloncurry)
  • Cloncurry North Project – three EPMs adjacent to Ernest Henry (IOCG) copper-gold mine with untested geophysical targets – Evolution Mining to spend $8M earning in.
  • Selwyn Project – large Copper-Cobalt anomaly where rock chip samples average 0.22% Cu over 880m by 270m, with three previous drill holes, max depth only 29m (Selwyn).
  • Eveleigh Project – BHT Zinc with mineralisation from surface and open at depth (Eveleigh).  Drill intersections include 24m @ 2.5% Zn, including 1.3m @ 9.8% Zn

21 June 2024

Red Fox has acquired five additional EPMs in the Selwyn district, south of Cloncurry at little cost. In addition to the four Red Fox EPMs in the area the project area now covers 443km2. Assessment of the areas has commenced. 

17 January 2024

Red Fox has signed an $8M Earn In agreement with Evolution Mining over the Cloncurry North Project, three Red Fox EPMs in close proximity to the Ernest Henry Mine.

27 January 2023

Update on funding – Red Fox has been re-imbursed the full amount of the Eveleigh CEI Grant. 

9 January 2023

Red Fox has completed a diamond drilling program of 5 holes at the Eveleigh Zinc project. Four holes returned significant but sub-economic zinc mineralisation. Best result of 3m @ 3% Zn was intersected in EVDD2202. Zones of up to 21m of zinc mineralisation were intersected however the controls on mineralisation are not understood.