The Bulga Project is a continuous landholding comprising two granted exploration licences (E36/1010 and E36/1011) covering a combined area of 118km2 and exploration licence application E36/1025. The Bulga Project is located approximately 840km northeast of Perth, 120km northwest of Leonora and 40km southwest of the town of Leinster in the Gascoyne Region of Western Australia.
There are numerous gold and nickel mines in the surrounding district including the New Holland, Waroonga, Lawlers, Redeemer, Bounty, Deliverer, Cox-Crusader, Vivien, Turrent and McCaffer gold mines as well as the Yakabindie, Leinster and Perseverance nickel sulphide mines.
The Bulga Project is interpreted to lie along the trend of the Ida fault, an early steep structure marking the boundary between the Eastern Goldfields Superterrane in the east from the Youanmi Terrane in the west. Previous drilling has confirmed the presence of ultramafic rocks with moderate MgO levels. While no nickel sulphides have been encountered to date, the presence of ultramafic rocks offers potential for Mount Alexander style nickel-copper or komatiitic nickel sulphide deposits.