The Society's meetings are open to Fellows, guests and members of the public.
Entry is free, but fellows and guests are reminded that if they wish to partake of refreshments before the meeting, there is a $4.00 charge to cover this.
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month, March to November inclusive. Meeting commence at 6.30 pm and are preceded by wine and nibbles at 6.00 pm.
An invited lecture is normally arranged for each meeting. For ordinary meetings, the reading of papers and the presentation of exhibits of scientific interest.
These meetings are usually held in the Society's Rooms. Meetings are occasionally organised jointly with other kindred societies and may be held elsewhere. Occasional Symposia on topical issues are also organised by the Society.
COVID 19 restrictions
While social restrictions are in force, the Society is holding its meetings on line. To gain access to a meeting, please contact the Society through our email email@example.com or, alternately, our Programme Secretary at: firstname.lastname@example.org for the link to that particular meeting.
Until the restriction on gatherings is lifted, meetings will be held on the Zoom platform. For the Zoom access and password for a meeting, see the details in the previous column.
Nov 12 - Small Research Grant recipients' presentations
Morphology and Dynamics of Unique Transverse Dunes Determined Using the Autonomous ‘Topcat’ Catamaran. Samuel Davidson
Psyllaephagus, an important but problematic genus of Encyrtid wasps. Alana Delaine
The introduced snake mite occurs in the wild in Australia Gerrut Norval
“Message in a Cuttle: The Long-Term Effects of Ocean Acidification on the Giant Australian Cuttlefish” James F. Peyla
Classifying Soil Corrosivity to Predict Fence Corrosion Rates in Acid Sulfate Soils
Andrea Stiglingh, University of Adelaide PhD Candidate