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Super Pit Gold Mine, Kalgoorlie WA
Eucla Telegraph Station 1877-1905, WA
Jewelled Chameleon, Madagascar
Mt Isa, Queensland
Ring-tailed Lemur, Madagascar
Serengeti Tanzania
Warburton Groove, Kati Thanda (aka Lake Eyre)
Jacana, Tanzania
Rosenberg's Monitor, Kangaroo Island
Murray River Estuary, South Australia
Pennington Bay, Kangaroo Island
Wildflowers, Namakwa, South Africa
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe Africa
Vatnajokull ice cap and Jokulsarlon Lagoon, Iceland
Sani Pass, South Africa
Port Vila, Vanuatu
Osmand Range scarps, WA
Ntwetwe Pan, Botswana Africa
Jump-ups, Cawnpore Lookout Qld
Dune 7 Namib Desert, Namibia
Fish River Canyon, Namibia Africa
Capadocia landscape, Turkey
Birdsville race course 2010
Australia's International Geography Olympiad team 2021, Sydney
Oasis in the Desert, Well 24 Canning Stock Route WA
Dawn in the Desert, Well 29 Canning Stock Route WA
Afternoon Sun on Kata Tjuta (aka The Olgas)
View south west from Deon's Lookout, Betoota, Queensland
RGSQ at Cape York 2014
Yabba Creek, Imbil Forest, SE Queensland
Young Geographers Group hard at work
Wenlock River, Cape York, Queensland
Sun Bird, Thursday Island
RGSQ along the dog fence
Pilungah (aka Craven's Peak), Western Queensland
Condamine River, Southern Queensland
Coast near Bundaberg, Queensland
Bottle trees, Salvator Rosa NP, Queensland
Endeavour River, Cooktown, Queensland
Heathlands, Jardine River NP, Queensland
Chilli Beach, Lockhardt Queensland
Jowalbinna Painting, Laura, Queensland
Murphy's Haystacks, Eyre Peninsula, SA
Parliament building, Budapest, Hungary
Papeete Tahiti from Venus Point

Images by RGSQ members

Promoting the study of geography throughout the world
We welcome people from all walks of life to share and enjoy a diverse program of activities, lectures and trips in developing a   deeper understanding of our community and our environment.

RGSQ 2022 Photography Competition
Waterways or Wetlands of Queensland

A huge thank you to members for your amazing entries.
Voting is closed with the winners to be announced on 6 Dec 2022.

View all of the 2022 entries in a slide show.

The RGSQ Bulletin

 Members are welcome to contribute articles to the monthly Bulletin. Please submit materials by the Copy Due Dates. Current and back issues of the Bulletin are available for downloading.

Upcoming lectures

An informative series of lectures by leading experts covering geographical topics
1st Tuesday each month at 7:30 PM
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Upcoming Events

RGSQ organises a variety of activities, including educational and research projects, interesting visits and day trips. Weekend and longer trips with a distinct geographic flavour are held regularly within Australia and internationally.

View latest lectures on Society's YouTube channel




Find out more about the Society's activities, collections, events, volunteering opportunities, book recommendations, and environmental news in the latest issue of the Society's newsletter RGSQ Bulletin.

The RGSQ Collections Committee is seeking member volunteers to work in the Society’s document archives, and the image and artefacts collections. Although not essential, experience in library and/or archive work would be an advantage. The Society is currently looking to update its collection systems, including the library and map collections, to interface with web-based delivery to its members and the public so some knowledge and skills in basic IT would also help. If interested, please contact the RGSQ office at info@rgsq.org.au or 07 3368 2066.


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Brings together people who have a focus on specific geographic topics.
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The Royal Geographical Society of Queensland Ltd
Gregory Place, Level 1/28 Fortescue St, Spring Hill Qld 4000
Tel 07 3368 2066 
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