Chesser has a number of South Australian Projects covering a total of 2,603 square kilometres that are considered prospective for gold, copper, nickel and uranium.
Wynbring Joint Venture with Platsearch NL in the Fowler Domain has a geological setting similar to the Thompson Nickel Belt of Canada, which contains some of the worlds largest nickel deposits. The joint venture will target nickel sulphide deposits, shear hosted orogenic lode gold deposits and explore the potential for paleochannel hosted roll-front uranium deposits and mineral sands in the Tertiary sediment cover. Chesser has secured funding for the planned drilling program from The Primary Industries and Resources South Australia (PIRSA) through the Plan for Accelerating Exploration (PACE) assistance scheme.
2) Cedric Bore
Cedric Bore Project has the potential for Olympic Dam or Prominent Hill Style IOCG deposits, Tanami style orogenic lode gold deposits and paleochannel hosted roll-front uranium deposits in the Tertiary sediment cover.
Messent Project has potential for base and precious metal deposits and covers 408 sq km of basement volcanic and intrusive rocks of Cambrian age believed to represent a continuation of the mineralised Mt Read Volcanic belt in Tasmania, which contain significant VHMS style base metal deposits.