Just east of the Rumbullion Fault, the Rumbullion Vein system continues in an easterly direction for about 150 metres, where an abrupt flexure rotates the vein system sharply to the northeast at the regional 050° direction. The vein system continues to the NE for at least 800 metres, however the number of ore lenses seems to reduce in this direction, mainly due to lack of drilling. The veins also separate further to the east, making them more difficult to explore and define. This 800 metre strike length, with several known veins over a 300-400 metre stratigraphic section, has significant exploration opportunity. This area is swamp covered, yet has a number of gold soil anomalies and has not been covered with detailed EM surveys.
The Captain Nemo Fault also splits into a North and South Fault along the northeasterly trend of Rumbullion. The Rumbullion vein zones can be divided into two groups; those above the upper branch of the Captain Nemo fault (RK-RR) and those between the upper and lower branches of the fault (RI-RC).