Tenements & Infrastructure

This plan shows the location of tenements within the local geology and some identified prospects and targets
This plan shows the location of tenements within the local geology and some identified prospects and targets

BCE has been granted tenements comprised of EL 6463 and EL 6874 and is the applicant for ELA 4506.

The Tenements (and ELA 4506) are located at Burraga, NSW, approximately 60 kilometres south of Bathurst, 50 kilometres south west of Oberon and 60 kilometres south east of Blayney. The Tenements are located in an area characterised by sheep & cattle grazing holdings and private pine plantations.

Existing public road systems are in good order and adequately cater for regular daily medium volume timber trailer and heavy freight passage. Regional arterial roads are located east at Black Springs (Goulburn-Oberon) and west at Trunkey Creek (Mid Western Highway – Goulburn – Bathurst). There are numerous internal access roads and timber access roads that allow easy access to all parts of the Tenements. The Main Western Railway Line runs from Sydney to Bathurst and Orange.

High voltage power is available in the Burraga area via Transgrid network connection within a 10 kilometre radius of Burraga village. Bathurst is the main population area (greater than 25,000 people) approximately 68 kilometres north of Burraga and is able to provide commercial, industrial and retail supplies to provision and sustain the more significant exploration requirements whilst the smaller town of Oberon (population 3,000) adequately serves the day to day requirements and accommodation needs of field workers.

Water supplies are readily available at Burraga to satisfy drilling requirements.