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Thundelarra granted historically gold producing Crown Prince tenement

Garden Gully has two operating gold treatment plants nearby.
Thundelarra granted historically gold producing Crown Prince tenement
Garden Gully is located in Western Australia

Thundelarra Ltd (ASX:THX) has now been granted the Crown Prince tenement, located within the company's Garden Gully Project.

Historical records show the area produced 20,718 ounces of gold at an average grade of 21.7 g/t, mainly from the Crown Prince lease, with Thundelarra recently acquiring the rights.

The addition of Crown Prince to the Garden Gully project is significant as it brings all the historical prospecting and production areas at Garden Gully into a single exploration project under one owner.

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In the meantime relevant documentation has been provided to the Native Title Claimant Group to add Crown Prince to the existing Heritage Agreement over the Garden Gully project area so that drilling can be started as soon as possible.

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