Posts for December 2017

Online CounsellingHappy Holidays

As we come towards the end of another year, the online counselling team would like to wish you all the best for Christmas and New Year.  Counselling and Online Counselling will be taking a well earned break from Mon 18th […]

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesGeometry of the Gilmore Fault Zone

Deepika Venkataramani successfully completed her M.Phil and her first publication has been out for a while now. Deepika used a joint inversion of geophysical potential fields to assess the geometry of the Gilmore Fault Zone, a key fault to unlock […]

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  2. Eleanor

    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

  3. David Boutelier

    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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