Black Mountain Resources (BMZ) projects are located in the Lake Raeside drainage system. All of the Project areas have good exploration potential for the discovery of economic uranium mineralisation. The tenements cover approximately 187km2 of prospective lake shore environment that have hosted several uranium deposits. Historically exploration in region has been primarily for gold, with some exploration for base metals and nickel. There has been minimal historical exploration for uranium.
The Foley Outcamp Project is located approximately 80km north‐west of Leonora, Western Australia. The tenement covers an area of approximately 48km2 and overlies an extensive section of the northern arm of the Lake Raeside drainage system. There has been minimal historical exploration undertaken on this project.
The Six Mile Well Project is located approximately 15km west of Leonora, Western Australia. The contiguous tenements cover a combined area of approximately 139km2 and overlie an extensive section of the southern arm of the Lake Raeside drainage system.