Gallery Resources Limited

Gallery Resources Limited

September 28, 2005 13:00 ET

Gallery Participates in Ground Truthing Surveys on New Electromagnetic Anomalies in Western Labrador

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Sept. 28, 2005) - Gallery Resources Limited (TSX VENTURE:GYR) of Vancouver, B.C. reports it is actively involved in ground truthing surveys over new electromagnetic (EM) anomalies, in the Gabbro Lake and Shabogamo areas of western Labrador.

The Gabbro Lake project is situated within the area of the Gallery/BHP Billiton Shabogamo Nickel-Copper-Cobalt project and the fieldwork is being carried out by V. A. French Geological Consultants Inc., on a cost sharing basis pursuant to an option agreement with Consolidated Abaddon, which was signed earlier this summer.

In August, Consolidated Abaddon commissioned an airborne radiometric and electromagnetic (EM) airborne survey by Aeroquest Limited of Milton, ON. It identified a series of radiometric and EM anomalies. The survey also identified a number of EM conductors "believed to be associated to a long northeast - trending gabbro sill, and may represent a feeder zone for the main sill and conductors may reflect sulphides that have accumulated near a feeder zone to the sill. These targets may represent attractive targets for Nickel and Copper deposits."

The location of the conductors and inferred gabbro sill, as described above, is on the trend with other EM conductors located immediately west and within the Isa Lake Claim Group of the Shabogamo Project (Staked in 2004). These conductors were mapped by an Aeroquest survey commissioned by Gallery in June, 2005.

Gallery further reports that BHP Billiton has prioritized four (4) of the new EM anomalies, within the Isa Lake Claim Group for ground truthing this fall. These EM anomalies will be site visited for Gallery and BHP Billiton, to determine their potential for Nickel-Copper-Cobalt orthomagmatic sulphide mineralization, by V. A. French Consultants Inc. This fieldwork is to be completed at end of the current phase of Gabbro Lake fieldwork.

The technical information contained in this news release was collected and compiled by Victor A. French, P.Geo. who is a qualified person specified by the TSX Venture Policy.

Bruce E. Costerd, President & CEO

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