Although strongly mineralised, the radioactivity in this hole is not as intense as that associated with the exceptionally high grade material intersected to the south in holes TPCRC019 and TPCDD026.

Mineralised intercepts from the first three holes have been submitted for analysis with assay results due in December 2009. Samples from the remaining holes are being prepared for submission.

Mineralisation at Thunderball remains open down-plunge to the north. Drilling is continuing and completion of at least three more holes is anticipated prior to the commencement of the summer rains.

Thunderball is located on EL23431. Thundelarra Exploration has a 70% interest in the uranium rights on this tenement in joint venture with Crocodile Gold Australia Pty Ltd. Hole TPCDD028 was collared at 8,501,538mN, 772,696mE and drilled at a dip of -70° and an azimuth of 225°.

In addition to the drilling at Thunderball, Thundelarra Exploration has also recently completed a 5,235 line kilometer detailed low level airborne radiometric and magnetic survey over the Hayes Creek project. It is anticipated that the results from this survey will not only aid evaluation of the eight uranium occurrences that Thundelarra Exploration has already discovered within the project area, but will also identify new prospects. During December 2009 and the first quarter of 2010, Thundelarra Exploration will conduct a thorough ground assessment of all uranium prospects in the Hayes Creek project area in preparation for a major drilling campaign to commence after the wet season.

At the Allamber project, located approximately 60 kilometers east of Hayes Creek, assay results have now been returned from 17 reverse circulation holes drilled in September

2009. The drilling was designed to test five new targets identified by Thundelarra Exploration that were untested by historical drilling. The initial results are encouraging with nine holes returning anomalous intercepts including 10 meters @ 458 ppm U3O8 in hole TAL013RC and five meters @ 1,016 ppm U3O8 in hole TAL011RC.

The Allamber Project, located within the eastern portion of the Pine Creek Orogen, includes tenements that are part of three joint ventures as well as 100% Thundelarra Exploration tenure. The project, managed by Thundelarra Exploration, covers some 600 square kilometers of granite and sediment packages prospective for structurally hosted uranium mineralisation.

The most advanced of the area is the Cleo’s Joint Venture, where Thundelarra Exploration is earning 70% in three tenements held by Atom Energy Ltd. These tenements contain a near surface resource of 1.4Mt at 304 ppm U3O8 at the Dam and Twin prospects. Fifteen of the seventeen recent holes were drilled on the Cleo’s Joint Venture tenements.

In early December 2009 the initial drilling program will commence on Thundelarra Exploration’s Central Australian Ngalia Basin Project. A total of eight mud rotary/diamond holes are planned to test one of the numerous target areas within the extensive project area. Ngalia will be the focus of a significant and sustained drilling campaign in 2010 as the project has potential to host a number of large sandstone hosted uranium deposits.