Workshop Schedule

The Mineral Systems Workshop is now over. It was a great three days thanks to the efforts of many people.

The program for the Technical Session is here and some photos of the event, including specimens and core from NE Qld mineral systems, can be found here.

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


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

All places on the field trip have been filled.
To be placed on the waitlist please email EGRU to confirm a place is available before you register.


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

Registrations for the workshop have now closed.  If you would like to be placed on the waitlist please contact EGRU


Technical Session

The program includes presentations from:

  • Ark Mines
  • Ballymore Resources
  • DevEX Resources
  • Dover Castle Metals
  • EQ Resources
  • Iltani Resources
  • Pacgold
  • Ravenswood Gold
  • Savannah Goldfields
  • Sunshine Metals
  • Geological Survey of Queensland
  • Sustainable Minerals Institute, UQ

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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