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The Wallee project contains approximately 20,765 ha in four claims 35 km northeast of Cameco’s Eagle Point Mine (Rabbit Lake Operation). The project is underlain by Wollaston Supergroup metasediments, including highly prospective graphitic pelitic gneisses, as well as Archean granitic gneisses. The project lies outside the currently mapped extent of the Athabasca Basin sandstone; however, several small outliers of sandstone have been found in the surrounding area which indicate the Basin extended over this area in the past. Multiple untested EM conductors are present on the property that coincide with magnetic and/or gravity lows, which are locally disrupted by faulting including multiple N-S trending faults related to the Tabbernor fault system and a couple of NE-trending faults.

Several geophysical surveys have been completed on the project and surrounding areas along with some prospecting and geochemical sampling, with the vast majority of the work being carried out in the 1960’s through to the 1980’s. However, no drilling has been completed on the property itself to date. Work in the surrounding area has revealed several U-Th-REE mineralized (up to 1.150% U3O8) basement showings in outcrop and boulders, suggesting the basement rocks on the property could be sources of basement-hosted unconformity-related uranium deposits.

Recently, Skyharbour announced that it has entered into an option agreement with Yellow Rocks Energy Ltd, a private Australian entity,  which provides Yellow Rocks an earn-in option to acquire up to 80% interest in the Wallee and Usam Island Uranium Properties located in the Wollaston Domain of Northern Saskatchewan, Canada. 

The Option Agreement:

Pursuant to the Agreement, Yellow Rocks may acquire up to a maximum of 80% interest in the Properties by (i) issuing common shares of Yellow Rocks having an aggregate value of AUD $2,025,000; (ii) making a cash payment of AUD $50,000; and (iii) incurring an aggregate of AUD $4,500,000 in exploration expenditures on the Properties.

Schedule to earn up to 80% interest:

Date Cash Payments
(AUD $)
Exploration Expenditures
(AUD $)
Value of Yellow Rocks Shares Issued
(AUD $)
On Closing (15%) $50,000 $0 $225,000
On or before the first anniversary of Closing (51%) - Phase 1 $0 $1,000,000 $600,000
On or before 27 months of Closing (65%) - Phase 2 $0 $1,500,000 $600,000
On or before 39 months of Closing (80%) - Phase 3 $0 $2,000,000 $600,000
TOTAL $50,000 $4,500,000 $2,025,000


Skyharbour will retain an NSR of two percent (2%) on all 12 claims with Yellow Rocks holding a buyback option whereby Yellow Rocks can purchase one percent (1%) of the NSR for CAD $700,000. The Optionee will be the operator at the Properties during the course of the earn-in.

If the Optionee completes the Closing Phase (to earn-in the 15% interest in the Properties) but does not satisfy the requirements to complete Phase 1 (and does not obtain an earn-in interest of 51%) the Optionee will relinquish the Closing Phase interest (being the Optionee’s 15% interest in the Property in consideration for the payment of AUD $1.00, and the Optionee will no longer be entitled to any interest in the Property.

The obligations of the Optionee under this Agreement are subject to and conditional upon the satisfaction of the following conditions precedent:

  • Completion of due diligence by the Optionee on the Property to the reasonable satisfaction of the Optionee on or before the date of lodgement of the prospectus to be issued by the Optionee in connection with its initial public offering and listing on the ASX;
  • The Optionee undertaking a capital raising and receiving valid applications under the Prospectus for such amount as required to ensure that the Optionee complies with the ASX Listing Rule 1.3.1 to meet the assets test for listing (net tangible assets of $4,000,000 after deducting costs of the offer);
  • The Optionee receiving conditional approval from the ASX for its securities to be admitted to official quotation on the Exchange
  • The Optionee being satisfied (at its sole direction) that there is no breach of the representations, warranties or covenants given by the Optionor under this Agreement;
  • Execution by the Optionor of such form of restriction agreement with respect to the Shares as may be required by the ASX;
  • The Parties (as applicable) obtaining all necessary regulatory and shareholder approvals pursuant to the ASX Listing Rules, the Corporations Act 2001 and their constituent documents, to allow the Parties to lawfully complete the matters set out in this Agreement;

If these Conditions Precedent are not satisfied on or before 5:00pm (WST) on the date which is nine (9) months from the date of execution of this Agreement either Party may terminate this Agreement by notice in writing to the other Party, in which case, the agreement constituted by this Agreement will be at end and the Parties will be released from their obligations under this Agreement.


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