Registering to participate in the Industry Track costs $250 AUD (The Standard Rate of $500 AUD will apply after October 1) and online registration closes on Friday 1 November 2019.
Registering for the Industry Track will allow for participation in not only the Industry Track events but also attendance at the GEO Side Events taking place on the Monday and Tuesday of GEO Week 2019.
As arrangements for GEO Week 2019 advance and to avoid missing out on any of the exciting GEO Week 2019 developments, announcements and opportunities, we strongly recommend registering for email updates via the GEO Week 2019 website
Date: Tuesday 5 November 2019
Where: Isabella St Footbridge in Queanbeyan, Canberra
Time: 6:00am - 7:00am
Cost: $ Free
Meeting Place: National Convention Centre
Return bus transfers included.
Platypus can be found in many rivers and creeks in the ACT region and can even been spotted in Lake Burley Griffin! If you have ever wanted to see a platypus in the wild, this is your chance. Waterwatch will hold a platypus walk at the Isabella St Footbridge in Queanbeyan on Tuesday 5 November from 6:00-7:00am. You will learn all about these marvellous monotremes while also hearing about the citizen science work conducted by Waterwatch to better understand the local platypus population.
Join Dr Steve Hill for an informal breakfast where he’ll provide geological insights about the Canberra region. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn about the international importance of Geoscience Australia’s work.
Date: 6 November 2019
Host: Dr Steve Hill, Geoscience Australia’s Chief Scientist