The program, which is targeting nickel sulphide prospects based on the analysis of regional geochemical and geophysical data sets, discovered numerous nickel sulphide targets following detailed analysis of regional geochemical and geophysical data sets.

Rox managing director Ian Mulholland said that the Fisher East’s first exploration program comprised only 3,850m of RAB/aircore and discovered the Camelwood nickel sulphide deposit.

"With the number of high quality targets identified by our team I believe the chances of further discoveries are high, as some of these targets show very similar features to our initial work at Camelwood," Mulholland added.

The aircore drilling program aims to develop better defined targets using either reverse circulation (RC) or diamond drilling method, which was earlier used for the discovery of the Camelwood deposit.

"With very limited regional work done to date, it is likely that Fisher East is a nickel sulphide field, not just one isolated deposit which is an intriguing and very exciting possibility," Mulholland continued.