Posts for September 2016

Online CounsellingBe focused on the prize!

Welcome back from mid semester break….well I’m a little early in the welcome back you still have a few days off. Enjoy them and be sure to return next week refreshed and ready to get stuck into the end of […]

Online CounsellingAbstober Challenge @ UON

Give your brain a rest and go 31 days in October without alcohol? Caffeine? Tobacco? Energy drinks? Take the challenge and feel the improvement in your health and well-being at the same time as raising funds for The Glen Centre […]

Online CounsellingCommon Sexual Health Myths – Busted!

This weeks guest blogger is Claire Swan, Health Promotion Coordinator, Healthy UON. We have all heard one at some point. Admit it. There are many myths about sexual health and it’s surprising how many untruths are still widely believed. What […]

Online CounsellingAm I OK day?

This Thursday is RUOk day. This National awareness day targeting suicide prevention, was co-founded in 2009 by Gavin Larkin who experienced the suicide of his father years before. The day urges people to meaningfully ask someone, R U OK? On […]

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesUAV map

I have performed a mapping of a headland with my friend Stefan Vollgger from Monash University. I will bring the students there for my second year structural geology course (GEOS2190). We did fly the UAV some 40m above the platform […]

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    Hi David, My daughter is also interested in finding fossils. We've been to the Swansea Head one, it's great. But we are not sure about the address in Mulbring. Could you please pass the address to us? Can the public access Mulbring? Thanks heaps in advance. Eleanor

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    Mulbring quarry is easily accessible. https://goo.gl/09p9X1 Swansea, is the rock platform, so even easier at low tide. You can see fossilized tree trunks... Have fun with the boys

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