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The only way to learn geology is in the field. Get out of the city and step into a volcanic crater, climb upturned sea floors, stand on two layers 600 Ma apart and wonder at how Australia came to be what it is now!

This site has been created for anyone with an interest in the ‘how’ of the places they visit… how it got there, when it formed, how it’s changed over millions of years and how it fits into the geological puzzle.

About me – I’m a geologist living and working at a gold mine in regional Victoria. Like most geologists I love the outdoors – hiking, rock climbing, camping and fossicking. Whenever I visit a place I research the geology, I make observations and sketches, I take pictures and I create a virtual ‘field trip’ for other geologists, students or just outdoor enthusiasts to use when they visit.

 

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