Triple P Corridor

Testing key targets in the Triple-P area

Very high-grade gold intersections below Triple-P and Zone B pits, including:

Further drilling planned to extend these exciting new gold discoveries. Triple-P high-grade gold in Mine-Mafic may be the tip of the iceberg in terms of potential at depth!


– a potential second major mining centre!
(VAN:ASX release 2 January 2020)
New, gold intersections from first drill-hole (VAFRC0001) in 11-hole drlll program below the Albatross-Flamingo historical open pits including:

These exceptional gold intersections at relatively shallow depth are a strong indicator of the open-pit potential at Albatross-Flamingo and will be assessed in Vango’s ongoing mine planning. The bonanza gold grades form part of the greater “Vulcan” target that continues from Triple-P to the Exocet pit and represents a >3km strike length that is largely untested at depth.

The ability to mine via open-pit has the potential to deliver substantial cost savings relative to an underground operation in any potential future gold mining operation at Albatross-Flamingo.

Results from the remaining 10 holes recently completed at Albatross-Flamingo are pending and will be reported in due course.

Albatross-Flamingo and Triple-P, Zone B drillhole locations on geology with VAFRC0001 intersections.

Emerging Corridor:

Triple-P, Albatross, Flamingo to Exocet

​ Triple-P / Zone B best hits:


6 metres at 14.1 grams of gold per tonne from 80 metres

(VAN:ASX release 5 August 2019)

Triple-P Corridor - a Plutonic repeat?

Previous drilling, geophysics models highlight Plutonic repeat potential at Vulcan:


Plan showing Triple-P to Albatross and Flamingo to Exocet Corridor (VAN:ASX release 5 August 2019).

Schematic prepared by Jon Dugdale, July 2019, from interpretation of previous drilling, surface geology and gravity and magnetic inversions.