The Geological Survey of Western Australia (GSWA) is opening its doors with ‘GSWA in the Goldfields’ on Thursday 10 November, featuring a number of discrete free events at different venues during the day, that culminate at the Hannans Club with three talks as part of the Raglan Drilling Geology Lecture Series.
Joe Lord Core Library, corner Broadwood & Hunter Streets, West Kalgoorlie
1.00–4.30 pm Recent deep stratigraphic drilling around Kalgoorlie
After the presentations — viewing the core display
Viewing of the core display at the Joe Lord Core Library will feature a deep stratigraphic hole from the Golden Mile, a comparison hole through similar stratigraphy from Kambalda, and other holes from the GSWA Kalgoorlie collection showing textures and lithological components typically found in rocks of the Eastern Goldfields. Core from the vicinity of the Nova–Bollinger nickel deposit will also be on display. The Joe Lord Core Library doors close at 4.30 pm.
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The Raglan Drilling Geology Lecture Series at Hannans Club, 44 Brookman Street, Kalgoorlie
5.30 pm for 6.00 pm start
34 Cheetham Street, Kalgoorlie, central campus for the Goldfields Institute of Technology
9 am – 4 pm
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