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SMEDG CHRISTMAS CRUISE 2013
"THE DAVE CLAPPISON CRUISE"
Friday 13th December
Feast on gourmet food and sip on wine aboard the ‘Royale’!
Boarding at McMahons Point Wharf 12.50pm
Departing at 1.00pm for Opera House
Returning at 5.00pm
Students $40 |
Late Registrations $110 - after 9th December
(Refunds are available less an admin fee up to the 6th of December)
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& WINES 2013 - ANOTHER TRIUMPHANT EVENT!
MINES & WINES WEB SITE LINK - PROGRAM, EVENTS
Greg Mortimer's Dinner Presentation Pictures - Everest, K2 and Antarctica
Ken Maiden (SMEDG-AIG Poet Laureate) Poetic Summation
Pre-Conference Tour - Copper Hill Photos
Roger's Pics *** Kim's Pics
MINES & WINES 2010 - PRESENTATIONS
Last SMEDG Meeting
Doug Menzies - Corbett Menzies Consulting A porphyry Cu-Au model – Exploration Implications
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Compulsory reading selection from the "SMEDG Top Shelf"
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SMEDG - 41 YEARS OLD
HISTORY: October 1972 to 1978
WEB SITE - SINCE 1999. It's been designed for mineral explorers - go searching and and, maybe, make a discovery
EXPLORE THE SMEDG WEB SITE WITH FREEFIND BELOW
SMEDG for CHINA - 地质勘探网站 – 中文版本
SMEDG-AIG Harbour Cruise
See notice for times Friday, 13th December.
Mineral Industry Group North Sydney
MIGNS - a SMEDG subsidiary....
Andrew: 0448 493 717 or Bret: 0407 633 462 or Kim: 0411 504 512 for more information.
SMEDG Winter Harbour Cruise 2013
Winter Sydney Harbour Cruise Sponsors
Sydney Rugby Club
The Feedjit SMEDG Visitor Map
Which one of the red squares is you?
Sydney Mineral Exploration Discussion Group - ABN 50 918 378 827 - SMEDG - Last Update: 7th December, 2013, from Beauty Point, near Beaconsfield, Tasmania.