Jingellic & Tallangatta
The 100% owned Jingellic Project in southern New South Wales (consisting of EL9403 and EL9507) plus the option to acquire the MEG Lithium Rights at EL8958 pursuant to a term sheet with MEG, is a greenfields exploration licence covering 1,200km2 in the emerging Lachlan Fold Belt.
Kali Metals also owns 100% of the Tallangatta Project in north-eastern Victoria, a greenfields exploration project covering 839km2, focused on lithium and considered prospective for LCT pegmatites. The combined area of these projects is 2,039km2
The closest city to the Jingellic Project and Tallangatta Project is Albury-Wodonga, which is 260km northeast of Melbourne. The Jingellic Project is accessed via the sealed Hume Freeway and then via sealed secondary roads and unsealed tertiary roads, farm tracks and fire trails. The Tallangatta Project is accessed from Albury-Wodonga via the sealed Murray Valley Highway and then via primary and secondary sealed roads, and unsealed farm tracks and fire trails.