The results, combined with mapping, have identified a large target at the Windalah prospect thought to host volcanogenic massive sulphides (VMS) or orogenic gold mineralisation.
Notably, the anomaly is to the immediate east of 2018 drilling which intersected significant gold intervals.
An orientation mobile metal ion (MMI) survey to the west of the target also proved successful in identifying low-level gold above significant recent drilling gold results.
Additional MMI sampling over the large target is due to commence shortly ahead of further drilling.
Bryah’s managing director Neil Marston said: “These anomalous geochemical results are very encouraging and further vindicates our methodical exploration approach to the entire land package.
“At Windalah we now have a significant alteration cell elevated in antimony, gold, arsenic and selenium as well as other important VMS pathfinder elements.
“We look forward to completing the next MMI survey at our Windalah Project and other anomalous areas ahead of further drilling to test these copper-gold exploration areas.”
Two other drill programs also planned
Planning and coordination of drilling on the granted mining lease at Horseshoe South is well advanced and expected to be initiated in coming weeks.
Additionally, approvals for drilling at the Brumby Creek Manganese Prospect are progressing.
A key approval is expected in the next few weeks allowing drilling to commence on the high-priority manganese exploration target in conjunction with drilling at Horseshoe South.