We bring together people who are interested in geography – in a deeper understanding of the world around them. We organise a diverse programme of lectures and trips. We are passionate about geographical education, and run an Australia-wide school competition. We always have a major project on the go.
“Polar perambulations and other adventurous wanderings” presented by Dr Adrian McCallum
When: Tuesday, February 21, 7:00 pm – 10 pm
Dr Adrian McCallum supervising blasting and excavation works in Thala Valley, Casey Station, Antarctica as part of investigations into a sustainable road over permanent ice. Image courtesy of Adrian McCallum.
The RGSQ lecture on the Sunshine Coast is organised in association with the University of the Sunshine Coast.
FELTON FOOD FESTIVAL - Sunday, 26 March
Felton is just two hours from Brisbane and the festival makes for a great day out. It is all about celebrating country life and land in the surrounds of the beautiful Felton Valley.
For more details and to book, please contact the RGSQ office: 07 3368 2066 or email at email@example.com
The group meets bi-monthly at 10am on first Monday of every second month from February to December.
Map Group Gathering, Monday, 6 February,
10 am at "Gregory House," 237 Milton Road, Milton.
Key Event: Presentation by Stuart Watt on “Orienteering Mapping – Art or Science?” followed by Map Group Gathering.
* The Society's 2015/16 Annual Report may be downloaded HERE.
His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC
Governor of Queensland