The October General Meeting is this Wednesday night, then 24th of October. It will be held at the Royal Society Rooms as usual, and start at 7:30pm.

This month our guest is Richard Sprod, who will come and talk to us about the footage he made of Tantanoola Lake Cave decades ago.

The program for...

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CEGSA members are invited to attend the Inaugural Wells Palaeontology Lecture honouring the work and achievements of Professor Rod Wells. Details below:

As a celebration of 30 years of Palaeontology at Flinders University, the College of Science and Engineering invites you to attend the

Inaugur...

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This Friday the 7th of September Steve Bourne will be giving a free presentation at the Braggs Lecture Theatre at the University of Adelaide. The event starts at 6pm and is hosted by the University of Adelaide Palaeontologists.

CEGSA members are invited to attend! For more information visit the l...

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A couple of items of interest were raised at the CEGSA GM last night that I'll outline below for your information.

Firstly the Natural Resource Management Act (NRM) is changing, and there is an ongoing consultation process happening in aid of this. The act will change to be the Landscape South Au...

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As some of you may know, the next scheduled CEGSA General Meeting date falls on ANZAC Day. Being a Public Holiday which is busy for many people, the Committee in conjuction with those at the last General Meeting have elected to shift the date to the following Wednesday May 2nd. The venue and start...

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30 December 2018 – 4 January 2019 to be held at Devonport, Tasmania. Situated on the beautiful North West coast of Tasmania, Devonport offers a range of outdoor activities from bushwalking, mountain bike riding, kayaking and more, just minutes from our Conference venue Reece High School campus.

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The next CEGSA General Meeting will be held this Wednesday at the Royal Society Rooms. If any members has an item for the agenda, please forward it to any committee member (preferably the secretary) prior to the meeting.

The presentation for this month will be Ken Smith talking about a recent cav...

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An interesting article on the ABC website outlining the future of Ghost Bats in the Mt Etna caving region:

One of Australia's longest running conservation campaigns is facing a disappointing end following a dramatic decline in one of the country's most important ghost bat colonies.

The Mount E...

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The first General Meeting for 2018 is this Wednesday night the 24th of January, and will feature Ian Lewis giving the presentation "Mystery Cave Big Dig!". The program for the night will be:

  • 7:30 General Meeting starts
  • 8:15 Supper
  • 8:30 Ian Lewis - Mystery Cave Big Dig

As previously advi...

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The University of Adelaide presents for one of it's Research Tuesday topics:

Hidden away in SA’s South East is a national, and global, treasure. The World Heritage-listed Naracoorte Caves house tens of thousands of beautifully preserved fossils, and paint a remarkably vivid picture of life d...

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