The Stratmin Project comprises five Exploration Permits in the Hodgkinson Province where Lukin Resources is exploring for tungsten, tin, molybdenum and bismuth along with copper and gold mineralisation, targeting large deposits similar to the world-class Mount Carbine and Watershed deposits.


The Stratmin Project comprises of four granted semi-contiguous Exploration Permits for Minerals (EPM) and a single application for an Exploration Permit for Minerals (EPMA) with a combined area of 574 km2, and includes:

  • EPM27578 Carbonate Creek;
  • EPM27602 Watershed East;
  • EPM27613 Bakers Blue;
  • EPM27628 Mt Carbine Southern; and
  • EPMa27798 Wolfram Hill (in application).

Lukin Resources has a 100% interest in the EPMs, via the Australian subsidiary Stratmin Resources Pty Ltd.

Location and Access

The Stratmin EPMs are located in northeast Queensland, Australia, between 50 and 120 km southwest, west and northwest of the coastal urban centre of Cairns (Figure 23). Access to the area is via the paved Mulligan Highway and Burke Development Road that run adjacent to the boundary of the EPMs, and a network of station tracks.

Source: Queensland Department of Resources
Figure 23. Stratmin Tenements locality and infrastructure