Southern Sri Lankan Projects

Bora Bora Resources holds 3 high grade graphite projects north of Galle, in southern Sri Lanka. These projects are similarly located in historical graphite producing regions and have artisanal workings, pits and shafts located on them.

Figure 1: Location of the company’s southern Sri Lankan graphite projects

Baduraliya Project

The Baduraliya Project covers 42km2 of exploration licences in the Matugama region in southern Sri Lanka in a historically high-grade graphite-bearing and producing area.

Neluwa Project

The Neluwa Project covers 52km2 of exploration licences in the Matugama region in southern Sri Lanka in a historically high-grade graphite-bearing and producing area.

Ambalangoda Project

The Ambalangoda Project covers 9km2 of exploration licences in the Galle region in southern Sri Lanka, in an area identified by the Sri Lankan mines department (GSMB) as one of the country’s main graphite-bearing areas.

The company has undertaken field mapping over the project areas by the GSMB technical services division with further work to be undertaken as per the Exploration Timeline.