The property comprises a predominantly north south striking corridor along the inferred western margin of the Williams fault. This fault is considered to have the potential for structurally controlled mineralisation that may resemble the architecture of reverse faults seen at the Ballarat Goldfield.
As the corridor is largely covered by recent volcanic rocks, little exploration has taken place. Modern exploration techniques such as MMI however, may help to unmask the sub surface geology. Using existing roads and tracks, the Company can easily explore on an east/west orientation across the entirety of the property as a first phase of exploration, this will help identify any opportunity for reefs to exist beneath the volcanic flows. Positive exploration work in north of Victoria by other explorers has resulted in other discoveries using similar techniques in areas where surface expression of mineralisation is virtually nonexistent.