Halloysite from the Camel Lake Halloysite Project area is globally recognised for its purity and rare uniformity in tube length and diameter.
Identified in the 1970s, the Camel Lake halloysite has long been of interest in the industrial minerals field. In the minus 2 µm fraction, the clay is close to 100% halloysite.
Located approximately 60 km north-east of Ooldea in South Australia’s far west, the mineralisation sits within the land of the Maralinga Tjarutja People. Camel Lake is part of the Great White Kaolin Joint Venture with Minotaur Exploration Limited.
As part of our strategy to supply the world with superior quality halloysite, we are looking forward to working with the Traditional Owners to secure a land access agreement and continue development of the Camel Lake Project.