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					    Quarterly Activities Report
    For the period ended 30 June 2012


                                        JUNE 2012 QUARTERLY ACTIVITIES REPORT
About Fox Resources
                                  Fox Resources Limited (ASX: FXR) today released the Company’s June
Fox Resources is a base           2012 quarterly activities report. Over the past three months, Fox Resources
metals development company
with a substantial land holding   commenced a new diamond drilling programme at the Asyhia copper-zinc
in the Pilbara region of          deposit, completed a drilling campaign at the Mt Oscar iron ore project, and
Western Australia.                received a A$500,000 loan from the Merchant Opportunity Fund to
                                  supplement the Company’s working capital.
Fox is well advanced in
developing an innovative
heap leaching operation to        EXPLORATION
capitalise on an existing
300,000+ tonnes of stockpiled     Highlights
material at its flagship Radio
                                      Drilling ongoing at Ayshia deposit
Hill copper/nickel Project.
Returning to production at            Mount Oscar drilling completed
Radio Hill is a major priority
for   the     Company     with
exploration to further define     Base Metal Exploration
base metal resources key to
extending the future heap
leach operations.                 Ayshia (100%)

Fox’s exploration programme       Background
also covers a number of
prospective gold targets and a
                                  The Ayshia deposit was discovered by Fox in 2006, and the subsequent
magnetite project at Mt Oscar,    resource drill-out yielded a mineral resource of 767,000 tonnes grading at
located 25km south of the         2.41% zinc and 0.43% copper (measured, indicated and inferred, see
port at Cape Lambert which is     Appendix for full statement of resource). Geological re-interpretation of the
a Joint Venture with Magnetic     Ayshia deposit in 2011 resulted in the recommendation for down-hole
South Pty Ltd.
                                  geophysics to be undertaken, to target extensions to the deposit. The
Board of Directors                down-hole electromagnetic (DHEM) programme was completed last year.
                                  The results were incorporated with the geological model and previous
Terry Streeter                    geophysics to generate the drill target that was tested with three drill holes
Chairman
                                  during February 2012. Copper-rich mineralisation was specifically targeted,
Dr Yulong Tian                    based on the interpretation of the geological, geophysical and geochemical
Non-Executive Director            data.
Rod White                         The results from these holes were previously reported as:
Non-Executive Director

Garry East                        Hole Id            Intersection
Non-Executive Director                               34.85m @ 1.1% copper, 0.5% zinc, 3.4g/t silver and
                                  12AYDD102
                                                     0.2g/t gold, from 169.65m to 204.5m downhole.
Chief Executive Officer                              23.7m @ 3.2% copper, 0.4% zinc, 7.3g/t silver and
                                  12AYDD103
                                                     0.14g/t gold, from 209.0m to 232.7m downhole.
Laurie Chew                                          9.25m @ 4.4% copper, 1.7% zinc, 16.9g/t silver and
                                  12AYDD104
                                                     0.22g/t gold, from 259.6m to 268.85m downhole.
Chief Financial Officer/
Company Secretary                       Table 1: Drill Results from Jan-Feb drilling conducted at Ayshia

Bruce Garlick


Investor Relations
                                                         1
Jane Stacey
Following the completion of the drilling, DHEM surveys were conducted in all three drill holes, to
better constrain the extents of the mineralisation.

To follow up on these results, a further programme of diamond drilling consisting of 6 drill holes
for a total of approximately 2200m was designed. These 6 new holes were targeted to further test
both the down-plunge extent and also the strike length of the mineralisation. Figure 1 below
details the location of the proposed and recently completed drill holes with respect to the previous
drilling and also the extent of the modelled electromagnetic (EM) target plates.




  Figure 1: Ayshia Plan view showing extents of known mineralisation and previous, current and
                           planned drilling (Projection: MGA94 Zone 50).


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3 of these holes have been completed, the details of which are reported in Table 2 below. The
final two holes, AY plan 4 and 5 are expected to be completed during July 2012.


  Hole ID         Easting        Northing             Dip          Azimuth          Final Depth
12AYDD105           493231        7670647                   -68           144              423.6
12AYDD106           493323        7670485                   -76           144              320.2
12AYDD107           493323        7670485                   -57           144              293.0
    Table 2: Drill Collar details of the completed drillholes from the current drilling programme


Hole 12AYDD105 was designed to test the down plunge extension of the mineralisation while the
12AYDD106 and 12AYDD107 were designed to test the strike extent of the mineralisation. All
holes intersected sulphide mineralisation. Samples from these holes have been sent to the
laboratory, and assay results are pending.

Hole 12AYDD105 was tested with DHEM immediately upon completion. The aim of the DHEM
programme was to test for further down plunge extensions of the mineralisation. The results
suggest that the massive sulphide mineralisation continues down-plunge from 12AYDD104
towards 12AYDD105, however, the conductor appears to finish about 20m up-plunge of
12AYDD105. It appears from the data that hole 12AYDD105 intersected the edge of the
mineralisation, and that there is no further significant mineralisation down-plunge of 12AYDD105.
The immediate plunge extent of this mineralised shoot has therefore been defined. No other
anomalies, suggestive of other zones of mineralisation, were evident in the data, which screened
a radius of about 100m from drillhole 12AYDD105.

The Ayshia volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposit lies within the highly prospective
Whundo area, which contains several known VMS deposits and prospects, including the Whundo
and West Whundo deposits (Figure 2). The recent exploration success at Ayshia has highlighted
the potential of the Whundo VMS district. Further re-assessment of the Whundo district is
ongoing.




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       Figure 2: Simplified Geology and Prospects of the Fox Resources Whundo VMS District.


  Conquest (100%)

  The Fox Resources’ ASX announcement dated 4 April 2012 provided details of historic drilling
  results at Conquest, which is a prospect on the Whundo VMS trend. During this quarter, three
  drill holes were completed in the Conquest area to test for additional mineralisation, and to
  provide drill holes from which down hole EM data could be used to test the extent of the
  Conquest mineralisation. The drill holes were targeted based on a reinterpretation of previous
  drilling results and EM data that was completed in 2010. The results of this drilling are presented
  in Table 3 below.

Hole_ID      Max_Depth MGA_N    MGA_E MGA_RL Dip Azi significant Intercepts
12CQRC014          160  7669280 488345    82 -75 198 5m @ 0.52% Cu from 137m
                                                     incl 2m @ 0.63% Cu from
                                                     140m

12CQRC015             210      7669365     488264            82    -77 190 9m @ 0.51% Cu from 137m
                                                                           incl 2m@ 1.19% Cu from
                                                                           144m

12CQRC016             168     7669410      487895            82    -70 190 No significant Intercepts
            Table 3: Drill Collar details and significant intercepts of RC drilling at Conquest

  DHEM surveying was completed in 2 of the drill holes. The results of this survey are pending.
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Radio Hill (100%)

On 13 March 2012, Fox announced that it had undertaken a sterilisation moving loop EM survey
(MLEM) on an area to the south west of Radio Hill that is considered a prospective site for heap
leach processing pads and ponds. This site is away from the known Radio Hill Intrusive Complex
and deposit, and is considered to have low exploration potential. The survey produced an
inconclusive anomaly which required drill testing.

This MLEM anomaly was tested using a single RC hole to a depth of 224m. The geology
intersected by this hole consisted of thick basalt sequences with minor felsic interbeds. DHEM
surveying was also undertaken in the hole to screen for nearby conductors. No significant results
were reported from the drilling assays or the DHEM and the area of the proposed pads and
ponds can be considered to be sterilised for future infrastructure development.


Mount Regal (100%)

Mt Regal is considered to be prospective for both gold and base metal mineralisation, and is
being actively explored for both types of mineralisation. Mt Regal (E47/1202) occurs to the west
of the Ruth Well nickel-sulphide occurrence and north of the regionally extensive Sholl Shear
zone.

During the previous quarter, an airborne EM dataset (QuestEM) was acquired that covered a
portion of the Mt Regal tenement. During this quarter, processing and interpretation of the
QuestEM data was undertaken, and is ongoing. A number of anomalies have been identified
during first-pass processing. Some of the anomalies were field checked and occur in the vicinity
of komatiites. Further data processing and field work is required to test these anomalies for the
potential of representing komatiite-hosted nickel-sulphide mineralisation. Further work will be
required to continue to generate and follow up other targets.

The Mt Regal tenement hosts a large basaltic hill which is the namesake of the tenement.
Excised from the Fox tenure E47/1202 are a number of rock quarry mining leases which mine Mt
Regal as rock resources for engineering projects around Karratha. Fox Resources is progressing
discussions with a number of these quarry operators who wish to expand their quarry activities
into E47/1202 on commercial terms.


Magnetite Iron Exploration

Mount Oscar (100%)

Background
The Mt Oscar Iron ore project is located on E47/1217, a wholly owned Fox Resources tenement,
which is subject to a farm-in agreement whereby Magnetic South Pty Ltd can earn up to 60% of
the project by spending $20 million over a five year earn-in period. The project hosts five airborne
magnetic anomalies and an inferred resource of 72Mt of banded iron formation (BIF) magnetite
iron ore. The current resources are hosted in Anomaly 1 (43.4Mt @ 33.3% Fe) and Anomaly 2
(29Mt @ 35.1% Fe). Each of these anomalies has a strike length of approximately 1000m and
are open to the north west. The recently completed round of drilling is designed to test the strike
extents of these anomalies to the north west for a strike distance of approximately 1000m. Figure
3 details the location of each of the anomalies at Mt Oscar and the location of the existing drill
holes and those of the recent drill programme.



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            Figure 3: Mt Oscar Airborne Magnetic Anomalies and Drill Hole Locations


The drilling of the Mt Oscar magnetite BIF iron ore project reported intersections of highly
magnetic banded iron. Assays are anticipated within the next quarter.

Target generation for other commodities is ongoing.

Changes to Tenure

Legend Mining has sold all of its Pilbara mineral rights and tenements to Artemis Resources
Limited, who now takes over all of the JV responsibilities for tenements E47/1806, E47/1807-I
and E47/1878-I.

Please see below for an updated Fox Resources Tenement Schedule. Figure 4 below, is an
updated tenement map detailing the locations of all Fox tenure.




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Figure 4: Fox Resources Tenure Map




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SUMMARY OF MINING TENEMENTS
AS AT JUNE 2012


Fox Resources Ltd 100%
E47/1123
E47/1202
E47/2328
ELA47/2330


Fox Radio Hill Pty Ltd 100%       Gascoyne Mines Pty Ltd 100%
M47/7                             E09/1081
M47/9                             P09/452
M47/161                           E09/1813
M47/207
M47/252                           Newcity Corporation Pty Ltd 100%
M47/253                           E70/2429
M47/254
M47/275                           Fox Radio Hill Pty Ltd
M47/337                           (Artemis Resources Ltd earning 70%)
M47/344                           E47/1806
M47/345                           E47/1807-1
M47/346                           E47/1878-1
M47/347
M47/348                           Fox Radio Hill Pty Ltd
M47/349                           (Magnetic South Pty Ltd earning 60%)
M47/350                           E47/1217-1
L47/93
L47/163
ELA47/1214
E47/1216
E47/1223
E47/1269
E47/1410
E47/1758
R47/5




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BACTERIAL HEAP LEACHING, TESTING AND ENGINEERING

During the quarter under review, leach testwork was conducted both on and offsite at third party
laboratories. A total of seven columns including two columns loaded with Sholl ore are currently
under leach. Despite the fact that the Sholl ore is more finely disseminated than the Radio Hill
ore, leach kinetics have so far been similar, with nickel recoveries expected to reach the 80% to
85% range after the full leach cycle is attained by the end of this year. To date, a total of twenty
six columns, including 2 columns loaded with Mt Sholl ore, have been run.

Ongoing column tests are expected to yield metal recoveries of between 80 - 85% and 55 - 65%
for nickel and copper respectively.

CORPORATE

Commercial negotiations continued during the quarter with the Chinese co-operative Jiangxi
Jiangli Sci-Tech Co Ltd (Jiangli) in relation to advancing the funding for the Heap Leach Project at
Radio Hill Mine. Due to the current metal prices, Jiangli Sci-Tech are unable to commit to a firm
contract and these discussions have been suspended. Refer announcement dated 20 July 2012.
Fox is currently reviewing the treatment of the surface material at Radio Hill Mine. Negotiations
are in progress with a processing company who has the technical knowledge, and their own
processing plant to treat the ore and produce nickel and copper products.

Fox has been in discussions with overseas financiers to fund the project, and this is continuing.

Further updates will be provided as significant developments occur.

During the quarter, Mr Terry Streeter continued to support Fox Resources and provided loans
totaling $1.42m to the Company through Jungle Creek Gold Mines Pty Ltd (“Jungle Creek”). In
July 2012, Jungle Creek advanced a further loan of $270,000 to the Company. These loans are
unsecured interest bearing loans, repayable by fixed dates or, subject to negotiation between the
Company and Jungle Creek and approval of the Company’s shareholders, by way of the issue of
ordinary shares in the Company of a value equal to the loan amount plus accrued interest. In
addition, a A$500,000 loan from The Trust Company Merchant Opportunity Fund was received
during the quarter to supplement Fox Resources’ working capital, as announced to the ASX on
the 15 May 2012.

The estimated expenditure in the September Quarter is proposed to be funded from the proposed
sale of a non-core asset in Queensland which is expected to raise approximately $2m if a sale is
achieved, other income, revenue from leasing the camp at Fox Radio Hill, and the balance from
further loans advanced to the Company by Jungle Creek Pty Ltd.


For further details please contact:

Laurie Chew, Chief Executive Officer            +61 8 9318 5600
David Ikin, Professional Public Relations       +61 8 9388 0944
                                                david.ikin@ppr.com.au




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COMPETENT PERSONS STATEMENT

Information in this document as it relates to the geology, geochemistry, assay results, geological interpretation and
QAQC of the Mt Oscar database is based on information compiled by Mr Kelvin Fox, who is a Member of The
Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Mr Fox is a full-time employee of Fox Resources Ltd. Mr Fox has
sufficient experience, which is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the
activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2004 Edition of the “Australasian
Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves” (the JORC Code).

Information in this document as it relates to mineral exploration results and geophysics is based on information
compiled by Fox Resources Ltd and William Amann and Adrian Black of Newexco Services Pty. Ltd. William Amann
and Adrian Black are members of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and have sufficient experience, which is
relevant to this style of mineralisation and deposit under consideration to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in
the 2004 Edition of the “Australian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves”.
William Amann and Adrian Black consent to the inclusion in the report of the matters based on the information in the
form and context in which it appears.

Information in this document that relates to Mineral Resources is based on information compiled by Mr Jeremy Peters,
who is a Member of The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Mr Peters is a full-time employee of Snowden
Mining Industry Consultants Pty Ltd. Mr Peters has sufficient experience, which is relevant to the style of
mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a
Competent Person as defined in the 2004 Edition of the “Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results,
Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves” (the JORC Code). Mr Peters consents to the inclusion in the document of the
matters based on his information in the form and context in which it appears.

Information in this document that relates to Ore Reserve calculation at Mt Oscar is based on information compiled by
Mr Alan Miller, who is a Member of The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Mr Miller is a consultant
working for Golder Associates Pty Ltd. Mr Miller has sufficient experience, which is relevant to the style of
mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a
Competent Person as defined in the 2004 Edition of the “Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results,
Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves” (the JORC Code).

Mr Fox, Mr Black, Mr Amann, Mr Peters and Mr Miller have consented to the inclusion in the document of the matters
based on their information in the form and context in which it appears.


AYSHIA RESOURCE STATEMENT

 Deposit        Mineralisation                Classification           Tonnes          Zn %         Cu %
 Ayshia            Primary Sulphide                Measured                150,000           2.4           0.5
 Ayshia            Primary Sulphide                  Indicated             344,000           3.3           0.5
 Ayshia            Primary Sulphide                  Inferred              273,000           1.3           0.3
 Total                                                                     767,000         2.41           0.43

2006 estimate (RSG Global) Cutoff grade 0.4% Zn



MT OSCAR MAGNETITE PROJECT INFERRED RESOURCE

                                Head                      Conc       Conc         Conc           Conc      Conc       Conc
Domain             Million                   Mass
                                 Fe                        Fe        SiO2         Al2O3           P         S          LOI
                                          Recovery
                  Tonnes         (%)                       (%)         (%)           (%)           (%)       (%)        (%)
                                            (%)
Anomaly 1            43.4       33.3        36.1           58.8       14.2          0.80           0.04     0.03       -0.33
Anomaly 2            29.0       35.1          30.4         61.1       12.2          0.50           0.03     0.04       -0.51
Total                72.4       34.0          33.8         59.7       13.4          0.68           0.03     0.04       -0.40

2009 estimate (Golders) Inferred Mineral Resource at Fe cut-off grade of 20%



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                                                                                                    Appendix 5B
                                                                       Mining exploration entity quarterly report


                                                                                                                                Rule 5.3

                                                      Appendix 5B
                                Mining exploration entity quarterly report
      Introduced 1/7/96. Origin: Appendix 8. Amended 1/7/97, 1/7/98, 30/9/2001, 01/06/10.



      Name of entity
      Fox Resources Ltd


      ABN                                                                                   Quarter ended (“current quarter”)
                      44 079 902 499                                                                     30 June 2012


      Consolidated statement of cash flows
                                                                               Current quarter                Year to date
Cash flows related to operating activities                                                                    (12 months)
                                                                               $A’000                         $A’000
1.1           Receipts from product sales and related                                        1,051                    3,337
              debtors

1.2           Payments for (a)          exploration & evaluation                             (899)                    (2,152)
                           (b)          development                                          (111)                    (1,256)
                           (c)          production                                           (999)                    (4,868)
                           (d)          administration                                       (498)                    (2,765)

1.3           Dividends received                                                               -                          -
1.4           Interest and other items of a similar nature                                    14                         91
              received
1.5           Interest and other costs of finance paid                                        (49)                      (204)
1.6           Income taxes paid                                                                 -                         -

1.7           Other: R&D 2011 refund                                                           -                        805

              Net Operating Cash Flows                                                      (1,491)                   (7,012)

              Cash flows related to investing activities
1.8           Payment for purchases of: (a) prospects                                           -                         -
                            (b) equity investments                                              -                         -
                            (c) other fixed assets                                            (47)                      (103)

1.9           Proceeds from sale of:    (a) prospects                                          -                          -
                            (b) equity investments                                             4                          4
                            (c) other fixed assets                                             -                         40

1.10          Loans to other entities                                                          -                          -
1.11          Loans repaid by other entities                                                   -                          -
1.12          Other (provide details if material)                                              -                         56

              Net investing cash flows                                                        (43)                       (3)
1.13          Total operating and investing cash flows
              (carried forward)                                                             (1,534)                   (7,015)



      + See chapter 19 for defined terms.

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1.13    Total operating and investing cash flows                 (1,534)                  (7,015)
        (brought forward)

        Cash flows related to financing activities
1.14    Proceeds from issues of shares, options, etc.                -                     4,270
1.15    Proceeds from sale of forfeited shares                       -                       -
1.16    Proceeds from borrowings                                  2,060                    3,505
1.17    Repayment of borrowings                                   (358)                   (1,022)
1.18    Dividends paid                                               -                       -
1.19    Other (provide details if material)                          -                       -
                                                                  1,702                    6,753
        Net financing cash flows

        Net increase (decrease) in cash held                       168                     (262)

1.20    Cash at beginning of quarter/year to date                  70                       500
1.21    Exchange rate adjustments to item 1.20                      -                        -
                                                                   238                      238
1.22    Cash at end of quarter


  Payments to directors of the entity and associates of the directors
  Payments to related entities of the entity and associates of the
  related entities
                                                                                  Current quarter
                                                                                  $A'000

1.23     Aggregate amount of payments to the parties included in item 1.2                  N/A


1.24     Aggregate amount of loans to the parties included in item 1.10                    N/A


1.25     Explanation necessary for an understanding of the transactions

         No Directors Fees and superannuation were paid during the quarter.




  Non-cash financing and investing activities
2.1    Details of financing and investing transactions which have had a material effect on
       consolidated assets and liabilities but did not involve cash flows

       N/A




2.2    Details of outlays made by other entities to establish or increase their share in projects in
       which the reporting entity has an interest

       N/A




  + See chapter 19 for defined terms.

  Appendix 5B Page 2
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  Financing facilities available
  Add notes as necessary for an understanding of the position.

                                                             Amount available           Amount used
                                                             $A’000                     $A’000
3.1     Loan facilities                                              N/A                       N/A

3.2     Credit standby arrangements                                      N/A                       N/A



  Estimated cash outflows for next quarter

  These estimated cash outflows are based on the fact that the Company assumes cash inflows from
  various sources of approximately $2m which gives a net cash outflow of approximately $0.8m,
  which will be funded by major shareholders as required.

                                                                               $A’000
4.1     Exploration and evaluation
                                                                                           1,086
4.2     Development
                                                                                            298
4.3     Production
                                                                                            430
4.4     Administration
                                                                                           1,004

        Total                                                                              2,818




  Reconciliation of cash
  Reconciliation of cash at the end of the quarter (as           Current quarter        Previous quarter
  shown in the consolidated statement of cash flows)             $A’000                 $A’000
  to the related items in the accounts is as follows.
  5.1    Cash on hand and at bank                                        238                       70
                                                                          -                        -
  5.2    Deposits at call
                                                                          -                        -
  5.3    Bank overdraft
                                                                          -                        -
  5.4    Other (provide details)

         Total: cash at end of quarter (item 1.22)                       238                       70




  + See chapter 19 for defined terms.

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Changes in interests in mining tenements

                                      Tenement       Nature of interest                Interest at    Interest at
                                      reference      (note (2))                        beginning      end of
                                                                                       of quarter     quarter
6.1    Interests in mining            N/A            N/A                               N/A            N/A
       tenements relinquished,
       reduced or lapsed


6.2    Interests in mining            N/A            N/A                               N/A            N/A
       tenements acquired or
       increased




Issued and quoted securities at end of current quarter
Description includes rate of interest and any redemption or conversion rights together with prices and dates.

                              Total number         Number quoted         Issue price per       Amount paid up
                                                                         security (see         per security (see
                                                                         note 3) (cents)       note 3) (cents)
7.1     Preference
        +securities           N/A
        (description)
7.2     Changes during
        quarter               N/A
        (a) Increases
        through issues
        (b) Decreases
        through returns
        of capital, buy-
        backs,
        redemptions
7.3     +Ordinary

        securities            407,207,397          407,207,397

7.4     Changes during
        quarter
        (a) Increases
        through issues        N/A
        (b) Decreases
        through returns
        of capital, buy-
        backs
7.5     +Convertible

        debt                  N/A
        securities
        (description)




+ See chapter 19 for defined terms.

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7.6     Changes during
        quarter
        (a) Increases          N/A
        through issues
        (b) Decreases
        through
        securities
        matured,
        converted
7.7     Options                Unlisted                                                Exercise price       Expiry date
        (description and       Employee
        conversion             Options
        factor)                4,020,000                                               $0.15                1 June 2014


7.8     Issued during
        quarter                4,020,000                   N/A                         $0.15                1 June 2014
7.9     Exercised
        during quarter         N/A                         N/A                         N/A                  N/A

7.10    Expired/
        forfeited during       4,770,000                   N/A                         $0.15                28 May 2012
        quarter
7.11    Debentures
        (totals only)          N/A
7.12    Unsecured
        notes (totals          N/A
        only)



Compliance statement
1          This statement has been prepared under accounting policies which comply with
           accounting standards as defined in the Corporations Act or other standards
           acceptable to ASX (see note 4).

2          This statement does give a true and fair view of the matters disclosed.




Sign here:            ............................................................ Date:     30/07/2012
                      (Company secretary)

Print name:           Bruce Garlick
                      ……………………………………………




+ See chapter 19 for defined terms.

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Notes
1          The quarterly report provides a basis for informing the market how the entity’s
           activities have been financed for the past quarter and the effect on its cash
           position. An entity wanting to disclose additional information is encouraged to
           do so, in a note or notes attached to this report.

2          The “Nature of interest” (items 6.1 and 6.2) includes options in respect of
           interests in mining tenements acquired, exercised or lapsed during the
           reporting period. If the entity is involved in a joint venture agreement and
           there are conditions precedent which will change its percentage interest in a
           mining tenement, it should disclose the change of percentage interest and
           conditions precedent in the list required for items 6.1 and 6.2.

3          Issued and quoted securities The issue price and amount paid up is not
           required in items 7.1 and 7.3 for fully paid securities.

4          The definitions in, and provisions of, AASB 1022: Accounting for Extractive
           Industries and AASB 1026: Statement of Cash Flows apply to this report.

5          Accounting Standards ASX will accept, for example, the use of International
           Accounting Standards for foreign entities. If the standards used do not address
           a topic, the Australian standard on that topic (if any) must be complied with.


                                       == == == == ==




+ See chapter 19 for defined terms.

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