About the Mineralogical Society of New South Wales

Cerussite - Elura deposit (Endeavor Mine), NSW

The Mineralogical Society of New South Wales ("Min Soc NSW") promotes knowledge and enjoyment of mineral science and mineral collecting. The Society was founded in 1975, and includes both professional and lay people interested in mineralogy. We hold monthly meetings, and also organise field trips. Along with other Australian State Mineralogical Societies, we participate in the publication of the Australian Journal of Mineralogy.


Meetings

We meet on the first Friday of the eleven months February to December unless that Friday is before a long weekend or is itself a public holiday, in which case the meeting is put back until the second Friday. Meetings start at 7.30pm. Visitors are very welcome. See list of future meeting dates and topics below. Meetings are held in the clubrooms of the Parramatta and Holroyd Lapidary Club at 73 Fullagar Rd, Wentworthville - see map below.

Forthcoming Meetings and Programs

Subject to circumstances some changes to the following schedule of program subjects and speakers may have to be made in due course.

March 1st 2019

There will be a lecture to be given by Graham Ogle  on : - ‘Vesuvius Visited’

There will also be a mini-talk given by John Chapman on ‘Gypsum Occurrences in Cyprus’. 

April 5th 2019

The April program is not yet finalised but will include a mini-talk to be given by Dieter Mylius on the Kyloe Copper mine near Adaminaby.

May 3rd 2019

Member’s annual Auction

 

 

A full series of programs for the whole of 2019 has not yet been finalised but there are a number of subjects, lecturers and speakers being considered or canvassed and the year’s schedule will be filled in due course. 

 

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