Workshop Schedule

Technical Session
1.5 days of presentations and core viewing
Lunchtime Tuesday 30 April – Wednesday 1 May
PCYC, 29/35 Enterprise Road
Charters Towers

Social Event
Evening, Tuesday 30 April
(included in registration for the Technical Session)

Field Trip
Thursday 2 May
Places are limited

Please note: The Charters Towers Country Music Festival starts on the Friday following the Mineral Systems Workshop.  If you plan on coming to the Workshop it might be a good idea to book your accommodation as soon as possible in case there’s an early influx of festival-goers into town.

 

Registration Fees

AUD inclusive of GST

Technical Session

EGRU Member               $530.00
Non Member                 $675.00
Student                           $250.00

Field Trip

EGRU Member               $165.00
Non Member                 $165.00
Student                           $100.00

Registration closes: 14th April 2024.

Confirmation Date: 14th April 2024

Cancellation Date: 14th April 2024.  Any cancellations received after this date will not be refunded.  To cancel your registration please contact EGRU_training@jcu.edu.au

Registrations for our workshop are now open.

 

Technical Session

The preliminary program includes presentations from:

  • Ballymore Resources
  • DevEX Resources
  • EQ Resources
  • Iltani Resources
  • Pacgold
  • Ravenswood Gold
  • Savannah Goldfields
  • Sunshine Metals
  • Superior Resources
  • Geological Survey of Queensland
  • Sustainable Minerals Institute, UQ
  • EGRU, JCU

There will also be a core display.

 

Field Trip

Thanks to the generosity of Ballymore Resources this field trip will offer a great opportunity to visit some iconic sites in northeast Queensland.  Ballymore is organising the trip and providing access to its prospects.

Field trip sites include:

  • Matthews Pinnacle prospect –  1km x 1km  hydrothermal breccia
  • Pinnacle Creek gold-base metal vein prospect
  • UST textures near Middle Mount prospect
  • Seventy Mile Mount prospect – a hydrothermal breccia system with similarities to the Mount Leyshon and Mount Wright deposits
  • Mount Leyshon Pit

 

Field Trip Requirements

Moderate physical fitness (there are hills to walk)
Supportive footwear (some uneven rocky terrain)
Hat, long sleeves, long pants, high vis preferred

Recommended: pick, hand lens

 

(Photo credits: Zhaoshan Chang)

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