Integra Mining has released details of its drilling programme at the Maxwells gold deposit near Kalgoorie in Western Australia.
The results include intercepts with grades of up to 78.23 grams per tonne of gold, contained within an eight meter stretch of 11.12 grams per tonne.
Another noteworthy find was a one-meter grade of 36.57 grams per tonne contained within five metres of 9.20 grams per tonne.
The results have confirmed the potential for the upgrading of the existing Maxwells resource - which currently stands at 2.95 million tonnes at 4.0 grams per tonne for 376,000 contained ounces.
The 15-hole reverse circulation drilling program was completed in May.
Integra Mining says the strong results demonstrate the potential for future underground production at Maxwells. Factors indicating its suitability include attractive grades in southerly plunging high-grade shoots and multiple mineralised BIF horizons, which would allow for multiple working faces.
Meanwhile, drilling is ongoing at the company's Salt Creek gold discovery.