The Paradise showing is located 26 kilometres east of Edgewood, north of Inonoaklin Creek near Coates Creek. The Paradise is about 450 metres south of the Renown showing (082LSE004).
Three opencuts and 2 tunnels were reported in 1930. In 1983, prospecting and geochemical sampling were conducted on the Au 1 and 2 claims, which were staked over the Paladora (082LSE008), Ballarat (082LSE024), Paradise and Renown showings. An unsuccessful attempt was made to locate the old workings. In 1985, prospecting was conducted on the Golden Marten I and II claims, which were staked over the Paladora, Ballarat, Paradise and Renown showings.
The area is underlain by granitic rocks of the Jurassic Nelson Intrusions which intrude volcanic and sedimentary rocks of the Devonian to Triassic Harper Ranch Group.
The No. 1 tunnel, at 1524 metres elevation, was driven on a 35 centimetre quartz vein in granite. A sample across 30 centimetres at the face assayed nil gold and silver (Minister of Mines Annual Report 1930, page 263).
The 3 opencuts, just east of the No. 1 tunnel, expose this same vein. A channel sample across 80 centimetres of quartz assayed nil gold and 34.28 grams per tonne silver (Minister of Mines Annual Report 1930, page 263).
The No. 2 tunnel is 183 metres east of the No. 1 tunnel at 1539 metres elevation. The 9-metre tunnel was driven northwest along a 1.2 to 1.5 metre wide quartz vein. A sample across 1.3 metres assayed nil gold and silver (Minister of Mines Annual Report 1930, page 263).