Drilling, which will comprise 14 holes for 2,000 metres and will also target Mainland with the first assays expected in early March 2020.
At Break of Day, drilling is testing for possible additional link-lodes along the strike of the Break of Day resource.
Drilling at Mainland will focus on Consols where high-grade gold has been intersected near surface.
Growing the resource base at Cue Project
Musgrave’s managing director Rob Waugh said: “The company is very active in the Cue region and will continue to drill multiple targets in the first quarter of 2020 to make new discoveries and grow the resource base.
“We look forward to reporting the new drill results as they come to hand.”
Lena resource update due this quarter
Musgrave is progressing towards delivering a Lena resource update later in the current March quarter.
Additionally, diamond drilling on the Evolution JV at Lake Austin North has recommenced after breaking for holidays with assay results are expected in March 2020.
On the broader JV area over Lake Austin at Cue, Evolution and Musgrave are also planning a large aircore drilling program in February to further define gold targets for deeper drilling.