DOM’s Hill

The DOM’s Hill Project (125km2) is located in the East Pilbara region of Western Australia and is 110km southeast of Port Hedland and 52km northwest of Marble Bar.

The DOM’s Hill Project is in an early exploration and evaluation stage prospective for LCT pegmatites which still needs to be confirmed. Refer to Section 2.8 for Kali Metals’ proposed exploration strategy at the DOM’s Hill Project.

Local geology and lithium mineralisation

The dominant lithology in:

  • the west and central area of the tenements comprising the DOM’s Hill Project is the Apex Basalt with:
  • minor pockets of Duffer Formation (Dacite, Sediments), Ultramafic Intrusion(s) within E45/4722; and
  • a wedge of Tambina Supersuite (Metatonalite and metagranodiorite) flanked by ultramafic intrusion within E45/4887; and
  • the eastern area of E45/4722 is predominantly Mt Ada and North Star Basalt.
Kali Metals Goldilocks Zone

Other projects

Jingellic & Tallangatta


Pear Creek

Marble Bar

Prospectus now available