The Norseman Gold Project is located in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia, at the southern end of the highly productive Norseman-Wiluna greenstone belt. The project lies approximately 725 km east of Perth, 200 km south of Kalgoorlie, and 200 km north of Esperance.

The Norseman Gold Project comprises 150 near-contiguous mining tenements (including pending tenements).  The tenure extends approximately 70 lineal kilometres covering approximately 750 square kilometres. Historically, the Norseman Gold Project has produced over 5.5 million ounces of gold since operations began in 1935 as is considered one of the highest grade large scale gold projects in Western Australia. The Norseman Gold Project has a Mineral Resource of 35.0Mt @ 3.8g/t Au for 4.24 Moz and with an Ore Reserve of 602Koz.

In May 2019 Tulla Resources Plc and its wholly owned subsidaries, Central Norseman Gold Corporation Pty Ltd and Pangolin Resources Pty Ltd entered into a Farm-In and Joint Venture Agreement with Pantoro Limited and its wholly owned subsidiary, Pantoro South Pty Ltd (collectively Pantoro) (FJVA) whereby Pantoro acquired a 50% interest in the Norseman Gold Project.

In October 2020, Pantoro released a definitive feasibility study (DFS) in respect to a 7 year Phase One project life to resume production in Q2 2022 at the Norseman Gold Project.

Tulla Resources’ short to medium term focus is to work with Pantoro to deliver on the DFS and to recommence production to generate cash flow as soon as practicable. At the same time, Tulla Resources is committed to identifying exploration targets and implement drilling programs to significantly increase the production pathway at the Norseman Gold Project and to seek to double the Ore Reserves.

The Norseman Gold Project is serviced by first class infrastructure on site and at the local and national infrastructure levels.