Recent drilling at the Boscalo area hit 11m at 6.75 grams per tonne, 7m at 5.87gpt and 3m at 11.99gpt.
The 200m-long Boscalo area is beneath shallow cover adjacent to Kulumadau East and was previously thought to be part of the same structure.
The main zone is delineated only by shallow RC drilling, and remains open along strike and at depth as there has been little drilling below 120m.
The close proximity of Boscalo and a parallel zone to the Kulumadau East deposit could eventually be included in future designs for the Kulumadau open pit.
“The Boscalo discovery is an indicator of gold mineralisation that lies hidden beneath the shallow limestone veneer,” managing director Ron Heeks said.
“Woodlark’s existing deposits only scratch the surface of the regi...