Krakatoa Resources unveiled a new niobium and rare earth element gravity target at the Mt Clere Project in Western Australia's Yilgarn Craton.

Initial exploration identified a 40 km-long target area that may conceal alkaline intrusive systems like carbonatites beneath sand and laterite cover.

The identified area, stretching over a 15km-long regional gravity high, presents a positive prospect for Krakatoa.

Exploration efforts pinpointed multiple areas of interest, notably the Stone Tank-Bullbadger area, aligning geological and geophysical features with new geochemical data.