The Poona project is located in the Murchison Mineral Field, approximately 560 km to the north northeast of Perth. The project area comprises three exploration licenses (E20/885,  E20/896 and E20/929) covering c. 473 km2 (Figure 1). These tenements overlie a number of recognised lithium and tantalum occurrences including Patons Lode, Poona Reward and Coodardy North. 

The Pilgangoora Northeast Project (E45/4630 & E45/4684) covers over 350 km2 and is located 72 km to the southeast of Port Headland in the Pilbara region and lies to the northeast of Pilbara Minerals’ Pilgangoora Lithium project which hosts a substantial lithium-tantalum resource .

The Stannum Project is composed of two tenements (ELA 45/4627 & PLA 45/3004) covering more than 100 km2. The project is located 98 km to the south of Port Headland and is accessed via the Great Northern Highway, then west along local formed roads and station tracks.

The Nardoo tenement (ELA 09/2156) covers over 131 km2 and is located in the Capricorn region of Western Australia. The project is accessed from Gascoyne Junction by heading east to Dairy Creek, then heading north towards Cobra station. Yinnietharra station is located approximately 85 km north of Dairy Creek along the Cobra Station road; from Yinnietharra the Nardoo tenement can be accessed via station tracks.