GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA

QUEENSLAND DIVISION

OBJECTIVES
The society's objectives are to promote, advance and support the earth sciences within the scientific and wider communities.

Latest News – The latest newsletter has been added to the Newsletter page.

The Queensland Division is organising a one day seminar on the Mount Isa area for 18th of February 2016.  For more information click here.  The information page also has a link to a webpage where you can register online.

The Queensland Museum have brought out a book called “In Search of Ancient Queensland”.  This book is beautifully illustrated with pictures of landscapes and amazing fossils.  Anybody who is a fan of the GSA-Qld Rocks and Landscapes books would find this book a great addition to their library.  Further details on this book and how to purchase it can be found in this pdf.

Last updated 22/12/2015.

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SOCIETY, USE THE LINKS BELOW.

Meetings, Newsletter and Annual Reports - This link takes you to details about our meetings and to where you can also find our newsletters which are in PDF format.

Videos - This link takes you to the list of talks that has been videoed over the years. These tapes are available to members of the GSA.

Publications - This link takes you to the webpage that deals with the Queensland Division's publications, including the Rocks and Landscapes Notes.

Brisbane History in Stone and Brick App.  An App that allows you to perform a self-guiding walk through Brisbane and appreciate the variety of rocks used in building around the city.

Membership - This link takes you to the page that outlines benefits and qualifications of membership.

GSAQ Medals - Details of the two annual Queensland Division medals can be found with this link.

Committee - This link takes you to details of the current committee.

Links - A page of links that may be of use to our members. It provides links to other Divisions of the Geological Society of Australia (including the Federal GSA), as well as other Geological Societies, University Departments, and Government Departments.

If you wish to contact the Queensland Division of the Geological Society of Australia then you can email us on: info@qld.gsa.org.au