Golden Cross Resources 
ASX:GCR 
IIR’s 8th Annual Mining NSW 
Conference 
Orange 26 – 27 August 2014
Corporate Directory 
Board of Directors 
Steve Gemell Chairman 
Kim Stanton-Cook Managing Director 
Li Xiaoming Non Execut...
DISCLAIMER 
& 
COMPETENT 
PERSON 
STATEMENT 
• This 
material 
contains 
certain 
forecasts 
and 
forward-­‐looking 
infor...
Molong Project - Copper Hill
Copper 
Hill, 
within 
the 
Molong 
Project
Copper 
Hill 
WaAle 
Hill 
Buckley’s 
Hill 
Buckley’s 
Hill 
Copper 
Hill 
WaAle 
Hill
1 
kilometre
Heron 
Resources 
Invests 
• Ian 
Buchhorn, 
formerly 
Managing 
Director 
of 
Heron 
Resources 
(HRR)and 
soon 
to 
be 
a...
Heron 
Resources 
and 
HQ 
Mining, 
working 
together 
to 
bring 
Copper 
Hill 
forward 
Ian 
Buchhorn 
Jingmin 
Qian 
Suz...
Greg 
CorbeA’s 
Evolving 
Porphyries
Sheeted 
laminated 
quartz-­‐ 
magne5te-­‐sulphide 
(M 
style) 
veins 
within 
intrusion 
F 
-­‐ 
DDH107, 
257 
m. 
Sheete...
Later 
sulphides 
overprint 
laminated 
and 
B 
veins 
– 
DDH 
64 
130m 
Sulphide 
fill 
breccia 
of 
a 
C 
vein 
type-­‐ ...
 
GCHD469 
on 
6150N
GCHD469 
was 
completed 
at 
894 
metres 
and 
altera5on, 
zones 
of 
breccia5on 
with 
mineralised 
breccia 
clasts, 
abu...
GCHD469 
targeted 
mineralisa5on 
at 
depth 
beneath 
Buckley’s 
Hill, 
750 
metres 
northwest 
of 
Copper 
Hill. 
It 
is ...
The 
mineralized 
sequence 
intersected 
in 
GCHD469 
correlates 
well 
with 
the 
up-­‐dip 
drill-­‐hole 
GCHR319 
on 
se...
View 
looking 
southwest, 
the 
same 
angle 
as 
the 
following 
slides 
from 
underground…
Looking 
southwest 
at 
Leapfrog 
shells 
at 
0.5% 
copper 
cut-­‐off
Looking 
southwest 
at 
Leapfrog 
shells 
at 
0.4% 
copper 
cut-­‐off
Looking 
southwest 
at 
Leapfrog 
shells 
at 
0.3% 
copper 
cut-­‐off
Looking 
southwest 
at 
Leapfrog 
shells 
at 
0.2% 
copper 
cut-­‐off. 
Buckley’s 
Hill 
to 
near 
right
Looking 
southeast 
at 
Leapfrog 
shells 
at 
0.2% 
copper 
cut-­‐off. 
Buckley’s 
Hill 
to 
near 
le`.
Looking 
west 
at 
Leapfrog 
shells 
at 
0.2% 
copper 
cut-­‐off. 
WaAle 
Hill 
to 
le` 
(south), 
Copper 
Hill 
centre, 
...
Buckley’s 
Hill 
Copper 
Hill 
GCHD470 
60 
metres 
at 
1.83% 
copper 
& 
5.41 
g/t 
gold 
WaAle 
Hill 
Red 
Leapfrog 
she...
0.4% copper cut-off:
High 
grade 
dilatant 
zone, 
trending 
northwest, 
holds 
potenYal 
to 
add 
more 
tonnes 
at 
high 
grades
5600N: 
0.2% 
copper 
Leapfrog 
shells
5600N: 
0.2% 
and 
0.3% 
copper 
Leapfrog 
shells
5600N: 
0.2%, 
0.3% 
& 
0.4% 
copper 
Leapfrog 
shells
GCR’s 
‘Coppervale’ 
Office 
and 
Core 
Shed 
beside 
Copper 
Hill. 
‘Coppervale’ 
core 
yard
Joint 
Venture 
OpportuniYes
EL7989 
(formerly 
ELA 
4514) 
tenement 
boundary 
and 
geology
Outcrop 
of 
Quidong 
Limestone 
looking 
northwest 
from 
the 
Central 
Copper 
Workings 
across 
the 
Delegate 
River
Summary 
geology 
and 
prospects 
in 
the 
Quidong 
basin 
showing 
Esso 
and 
WMC 
soil 
zinc 
(le=) 
and 
copper 
(right...
Geology 
of 
the 
Quidong 
basin 
with 
main 
prospect 
areas, 
and 
the 
locaYon 
of 
previous 
drilling 
campaigns. 
A 
...
Summary 
cross-­‐secAons 
through 
Clarke’s 
Prospect 
From 
a 
report 
by 
Dr 
Neal 
A. 
Reynolds, 
CSA 
Australia, 
1977
Adam’s 
Zone 
summary 
geology, 
trenching 
and 
drilling 
From 
a 
report 
by 
Dr 
Neal 
A. 
Reynolds, 
CSA 
Australia, 
...
Quidong 
TMI
Gawler Craton IOCG 
Exploration - South Australia 
• Golden Cross holds tenements within the 
Gawler Craton in South Austr...
South Australia – Gawler 
Craton IOCG Exploration 
Golden Cross holds five tenements 
covering 3,150 km2 within the northe...
GCR’s north 
Gawler Craton 
IOCG tenements 
Coober Pedy
Oolgelima Hill Project
Drill 
core 
from 
SRE001 
@ 
SR11 
• Following 
is 
a 
selec5on 
of 
core 
tray 
photographs 
from 
the 
first 
hole 
at ...
But 
this 
is 
what 
GCR 
is 
aiming 
for!
Reserve 
Slides 
follow:
Assay 
Results 
GCHD469
• All 
assays 
are 
now 
available 
from 
GCHD469, 
the 
first 
hole 
in 
GCR’s 
current 
5000 
metre 
core 
drilling 
pro...
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed
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Kim Stanton-Cook - Golden Cross Resources - Copper Hill: 5,000 metre, $1.5 million core drilling program committed

  1. 1. Golden Cross Resources ASX:GCR IIR’s 8th Annual Mining NSW Conference Orange 26 – 27 August 2014
  2. 2. Corporate Directory Board of Directors Steve Gemell Chairman Kim Stanton-Cook Managing Director Li Xiaoming Non Executive Director Ian Buchhorn Non Executive Director Suzanne Qiu Non Executive Director Jingmin Qian Non Executive Director Li Yan Alternate Director for Mr Li Company Secretary Simon Lennon Issued Share Capital Exploration Manager Bret Ferris Golden Cross Resources Ltd (GCR) has 1,889 million ordinary shares listed on the ASX with a market capitalisation of $11 million. GCR is seeking shareholder support for a share capital consolidation via a 1 for 20 conversion. GCR has $2.1 million in cash. Registered Office Golden Cross Resources Ltd 22 Edgeworth David Avenue Hornsby NSW 2077 Phone: (61 2) 9472 3500 Fax: (61 2) 9482 8488 Golden Cross Resources has seven directors, four full-time employees, three part-time employees and retains geological, mining and metallurgical consultants as required.
  3. 3. DISCLAIMER & COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT • This material contains certain forecasts and forward-­‐looking informa5on, including informa5on about possible or assumed future performance, explora5on results, resources or poten5al growth of Golden Cross Resources Ltd, industry growth or other trend projec5ons. • Such forecasts and informa5on are not a guarantee of future performance and involve unknown risks and uncertain5es, as well as other factors, many of which are beyond the control of Golden Cross Resources Ltd. • Actual results and developments may differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-­‐looking statements, depending on a variety of factors. • Nothing in this material should be construed as the solicita5on of an offer to buy or sell securi5es. • The informa5on in this presenta5on that relates to Explora5on Results is based on informa5on compiled by Kim Stanton-­‐Cook, who is a member of the Australian Ins5tute of Geoscien5sts, is a full-­‐5me employee of GCR, and has sufficient experience relevant to the style of mineralisa5on and type of deposit under considera5on and to the ac5vity he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2004 Edi5on of the “Australasian Code for Repor5ng of Explora5on Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves”. Kim consents to the inclusion in the report of the maUers based on his informa5on in the form and context in which it appears. 26 August 2014
  4. 4. Molong Project - Copper Hill
  5. 5. Copper Hill, within the Molong Project
  6. 6. Copper Hill WaAle Hill Buckley’s Hill Buckley’s Hill Copper Hill WaAle Hill
  7. 7. 1 kilometre
  8. 8. Heron Resources Invests • Ian Buchhorn, formerly Managing Director of Heron Resources (HRR)and soon to be an execu5ve director of the new en5ty created by the merger between Heron and TriAusMin, became a director of Golden Cross in early 2014. • Ian Buchhorn has been enthusias5c about Copper Hill for many years and following ini5al merger discussions between GCR and HRR throughout 2013, and a^er GCR had raised $750,000 in a late 2013 rights issue, HRR was able to gain a 19.9% interest in GCR by way of a placement of $1.8 million in early 2014. • With the Heron capital injec5on, we will see what is happening at depth, and determine whether some Northparkes or Cadia-­‐Ridgeway-­‐style geology exists below the currently defined resource.
  9. 9. Heron Resources and HQ Mining, working together to bring Copper Hill forward Ian Buchhorn Jingmin Qian Suzanne Qiu
  10. 10. Greg CorbeA’s Evolving Porphyries
  11. 11. Sheeted laminated quartz-­‐ magne5te-­‐sulphide (M style) veins within intrusion F -­‐ DDH107, 257 m. Sheeted B veins in sericite altered intrusion F. Note the central termina5ons with sulphide fill -­‐ DDH 64, 132m. Stockwork B veins in intrusion F DDH 107 214m C vein style sulphides overprin5ng laminated quartz vein -­‐ DDH 64 139m Greg CorbeU photographs
  12. 12. Later sulphides overprint laminated and B veins – DDH 64 130m Sulphide fill breccia of a C vein type-­‐ DDH 107 232m. Early chlorite-­‐magne5te altera5on cut by later sulphides of a C vein style – DDH 74 248m. Pyrite-­‐rich D vein with later carbonate -­‐ DDH 74 245m
  13. 13.  GCHD469 on 6150N
  14. 14. GCHD469 was completed at 894 metres and altera5on, zones of breccia5on with mineralised breccia clasts, abundant pyrite (poten5ally gold-­‐ bearing) and indica5ons of copper mineralisa5on con5nued almost to end-­‐of-­‐hole.
  15. 15. GCHD469 targeted mineralisa5on at depth beneath Buckley’s Hill, 750 metres northwest of Copper Hill. It is the deepest hole ever drilled beneath the Copper Hill system and has provided addi5onal informa5on on the nature of the Copper Hill intrusions at depth. Abundant anhydrite veining, base metal-­‐carbonate veining with pyrite and finely disseminated and veined chalcopyrite were observed from within the mineralised intervals. This porphyry-­‐style mineralisa5on, along with the addi5onal brecciated quartz-­‐ vein stockwork zones and the polymict hydrothermal breccia with higher grade gold zones indicates a porphyry source proximal to GCHD469.
  16. 16. The mineralized sequence intersected in GCHD469 correlates well with the up-­‐dip drill-­‐hole GCHR319 on secYon 6150N, but with lower copper and higher gold tenor in GCHD469. MineralisaYon may conYnue to the south of GCHD469 in the zone to the north of, and below, previous drill hole GCHR190, and presents a target zone which has not been well tested by either shallow, or deep drilling. This zone is shown in the Leapfrog-­‐generated image above. The view is looking upwards to the northwest, from a viewing point 450 metres below ground.
  17. 17. View looking southwest, the same angle as the following slides from underground…
  18. 18. Looking southwest at Leapfrog shells at 0.5% copper cut-­‐off
  19. 19. Looking southwest at Leapfrog shells at 0.4% copper cut-­‐off
  20. 20. Looking southwest at Leapfrog shells at 0.3% copper cut-­‐off
  21. 21. Looking southwest at Leapfrog shells at 0.2% copper cut-­‐off. Buckley’s Hill to near right
  22. 22. Looking southeast at Leapfrog shells at 0.2% copper cut-­‐off. Buckley’s Hill to near le`.
  23. 23. Looking west at Leapfrog shells at 0.2% copper cut-­‐off. WaAle Hill to le` (south), Copper Hill centre, Buckley’s Hill to right (north)
  24. 24. Buckley’s Hill Copper Hill GCHD470 60 metres at 1.83% copper & 5.41 g/t gold WaAle Hill Red Leapfrog shells at 1% copper cut-­‐ off. Note northwest structural elements
  25. 25. 0.4% copper cut-off:
  26. 26. High grade dilatant zone, trending northwest, holds potenYal to add more tonnes at high grades
  27. 27. 5600N: 0.2% copper Leapfrog shells
  28. 28. 5600N: 0.2% and 0.3% copper Leapfrog shells
  29. 29. 5600N: 0.2%, 0.3% & 0.4% copper Leapfrog shells
  30. 30. GCR’s ‘Coppervale’ Office and Core Shed beside Copper Hill. ‘Coppervale’ core yard
  31. 31. Joint Venture OpportuniYes
  32. 32. EL7989 (formerly ELA 4514) tenement boundary and geology
  33. 33. Outcrop of Quidong Limestone looking northwest from the Central Copper Workings across the Delegate River
  34. 34. Summary geology and prospects in the Quidong basin showing Esso and WMC soil zinc (le=) and copper (right) geochemistry results . From a report by Dr Neal A. Reynolds, CSA Australia, 2007
  35. 35. Geology of the Quidong basin with main prospect areas, and the locaYon of previous drilling campaigns. A – A’ shows the locaYon of the schemaYc secYon just flown in….. From a report by Dr Neal A. Reynolds, CSA Australia, 1977
  36. 36. Summary cross-­‐secAons through Clarke’s Prospect From a report by Dr Neal A. Reynolds, CSA Australia, 1977
  37. 37. Adam’s Zone summary geology, trenching and drilling From a report by Dr Neal A. Reynolds, CSA Australia, 1977
  38. 38. Quidong TMI
  39. 39. Gawler Craton IOCG Exploration - South Australia • Golden Cross holds tenements within the Gawler Craton in South Australia. • The Gawler Craton is host to world-class iron-oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) deposits such as Olympic Dam, Prominent Hill and Carrapateena. • Drill-ready magnetic and gravity anomalies have been targeted and the first phase of drilling has just been completed.
  40. 40. South Australia – Gawler Craton IOCG Exploration Golden Cross holds five tenements covering 3,150 km2 within the northern Gawler Craton in South Australia. The tenements lie within several structural domains lying north of the Olympic Domain, which hosts Olympic Dam and Carrapateena. To the north west the Mount Woods Inlier contains the Prominent Hill mine and two of GCR’s exploration licences, Warriner Creek and Codna Hill. Beyond this lie the Coober Pedy and Mabel Creek Rises, home to the remainder of GCR’s Gawler Craton tenements, north of Coober Pedy.
  41. 41. GCR’s north Gawler Craton IOCG tenements Coober Pedy
  42. 42. Oolgelima Hill Project
  43. 43. Drill core from SRE001 @ SR11 • Following is a selec5on of core tray photographs from the first hole at SR11. • Hema5te altera5on • Quartz-­‐filled breccias • Evidence of intense fluid flow • Minor pyrite, trace chalcopyrite • Two more holes planned a^er infill gravity, petrography, assays and SG determina5ons.
  44. 44. But this is what GCR is aiming for!
  45. 45. Reserve Slides follow:
  46. 46. Assay Results GCHD469
  47. 47. • All assays are now available from GCHD469, the first hole in GCR’s current 5000 metre core drilling program • Intercepts include 178 metres at 0.26% copper and 0.24g/t gold and 30 metres at 0.26% copper and 0.70g/t gold • Encouraging gold values at depth • Mineralised breccia fragments indicate deeper porphyry source • Drill hole GCHD470 at central Copper Hill completed at 366 metres.

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