George Project


The George Project covers a large area prospective for roll-front style uranium (2,839km2) in central South Australia. 

Historical exploration indicates that it is highly prospective for High Purity Silica Sands (HPSS), used in high-tech applications like solar panels, as well as Uranium, which is becoming a critical mineral in the transition to carbon-neutral energy.

The George Project is 100% owned by RML. 

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Longitude 138.5
Lattitude -28.6
Project Name George
Key Commodity Silica Sand, Uranium


"Resolution generated the George Project in response to the looming energy crisis. We believe uranium will become a critical part of the solution to a net zero emissions future, as it will provide a clean, affordable and reliable baseload power source. The opportunity of near-surface HPSS was identified subsequently, by RML geologists as they assessed the George Project with a broader view of mineral prospectivity. The team recognised the significance of the HPSS in the context of increased commodity prices and the essential role played in the renewable energy sector."



The Etadunna Prospect is defined over 1km2 by historical drilling and remains open in all directions. Historical Drilling intersected 34m @ 99.87% SiO2 from 2m.

High-purity silica sand is in demand for an increasing number of industrial and technological products, with high-purity sand end-uses including the electric vehicle sector and solar panels.

Uranium Potential

Rock chips from the George Proiect have returned up to 215ppm Uranium (U) and demonstrate the potential for underlying Kazakhstan-style roll-front uranium mineralisation.

The region hosts Heathgate Resources’ operating Four Mile East Uranium mine in the Beverley region and other active explorers, including Alligator Energy and Tri-Star Minerals.