The Adina Lithium Project was first identified in 2016, with a successful maiden drilling campaign completed in 2018. However the discovery of the Jamar outcrop by Winsome in 2022 has propelled Adina to global prominence.
Drilling of Jamar, now referred to as Main Zone, has delivered some impressive near-surface results, including 1.34% Li2O over 107.6m and 1.28% Li2O over 93.5m.
High grade mineralisation has now been traced over a total strike length of more than 3 kilometres in three areas – Main, Far East (discovered in 2023) and Ridge (site of the 2018 drilling) – and down to 300 metres below surface.
The recent discovery of the new Footwall Zone at Adina also opens the potential for multiple parallel zones below the main bodies.
Winsome also holds an option to acquire the adjacent Jackpot Property to the north. If exercised, the project area will increase to 44km2, opening further exploration targets and providing flexibility in site layout and infrastructure as development progresses.
The Adina Lithium Project also offers a co-development opportunity with Cancet.