Leaders in Frontier Mineral Exploration


East Tennant Copper-Gold

The East Tennant region is a new Iron Oxide Copper-Gold province.

SER is a first mover in the province, holding 5 EL’s.

SER completed a single drill hole at the ‘Cottage’ IOCG prospect in September 2021.

This drill program attracted co-funding from the Northern Territory Government.

Isa Undercover Initiative

Undercover extensions of both the Eastern and Western Succession of the Mt. Isa Province.

Canobie Project: Drilling is now complete at the Kalarka Prospect in Northwest Queensland and we await assay results.

This drill program attracted co-funding from the Queensland Government.

The Isa North tenement transfer from Newcrest was completed in December 2021. Our 2022 exploration program is set to include following up the ‘near miss’ identified at the Lorraine North target.



To be a leaders in Frontier Mineral Exploration across Australia.

Our goal is the discovery of major copper-gold deposits at our Greenfields projects across Australia.

SER Isa North and Canobie Projects, note extensive copper mineralisation (including major mines) on outcropping rocks and magnetics showing these rocks continuing undercover into SER ground


SER recently reached agreement with Newcrest Mining Limited (ASX:NCM) to acquire the “Isa North” Copper-Gold project in northwest Queensland.

The Isa North project comprises three exploration licences (EPM26439, EPM26440, EPM26442) covering an underexplored 976km2 belt considered highly prospective for Iron Oxide Copper-Gold (IOCG) mineralisation. The project area is located along the projected northern extension of the mineralised Mt Isa – Gunpowder Fault Zone. Several large deposits lie on or adjacent to this fault system, including the Mt Isa, Mt Oxide and Gunpowder copper deposits and the Mt Isa, Hilton and George Fisher lead-zinc-silver deposits.

Tenement transfer was completed in December 2021 and SER has already commenced land access negotiations and is undertaking a detailed geophysical review to inform future exploration activities.