2 Large Victoria, AUS Exploration Tenements

With significant historical high-grade production

Experienced Management

Leviathan management team bring many years of exploration and development history to lead the charge at the company’s world class exploration portfolio. From mineral discovery successes to a strong capital markets focus, Leviathan has what it takes to excel.

Avoca Project

106km² within Stawell Zone

Past production of ~750,000 oz. from the Avoca Gold Field

Pyrenees Reefs – 16,602 oz. Au to 130m at an average grade of 32 g/t between 1860 & 1912

Timor Project

121 km² within the Bendigo Zone

Past production of 640,000

Includes: Leviathan Group of Mines – 56,474 oz. Au to 9.14 g/t Au

General Overview

Leviathan Gold Ltd is focused on exploring for high grade gold deposits within the prolific Stawell and Bendigo Zones of central Victoria, Australia.

Its two main assets are 100% owned and have together produced more than 1.15Moz* of gold from hard rock and alluvial sources largely during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Mining generally stopped in the area with the advent of World War One.

These projects occur within folded and faulted flysch type sediments. In both cases erosion of ancient terrain has created large areas of auriferous alluvial deposits, which were mined from shallow sources into deeper buried river systems called ‘deep leads’. The source of this alluvial gold are numerous quartz veins that were mined to various relatively shallow depths by small companies. The significant past producing mines are aligned on major fault type structures over tens of kilometres, which are essentially unexplored.