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Geofamily Xmas in the Park

Family picnic for all in the resource industry with games, a Xmas party, and much much more!

Date: Sunday 8 Dec 2019

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Point Malcolm Reserve
343 Military Road,
Semaphore Park SA 5019


MAP MemberFree

To Register, email Anna Petts via the address below.

***Please bring a hat and a plate of afternoon tea to share (nut free), rugs, chairs and a drink for the kids (and something for the adults too)

This event is brought to you by the AusIMM Adelaide Branch, The ASEG and the GSA – SA Division.

The final GeoFamily picnic for 2019 will be at Point Malcolm Reserve with a Xmas party theme! All are welcome, families, friends and guests (no need to be a member, all are welcome!) Don't have kids? Come and enjoy the park and the social networking anyway. GeoFamily picnics are held to promote a healthy work/life balance, professional networking activities, and allow everyone a chance to be involved in our professional organisations. Its also a great way to foster a love of outdoors, adventure and nature play with the next generation of geoscience, engineering and metallurgy students…!

We will have a Xmas party and other activities and games so it would be great to see everyone in their Christmas spirit. There is easy parking nearby, mix of activities for young and older kids and lots of grass areas, BBQ spaces and areas for picnics. The park is perfect for summer, with the beach a stones throw away and features:

  • Giant Slide
  • Big Musical Instruments
  • Swings
  • Two mini in-ground trampolines
  • Two Flying Foxes

Don't forget to bring a hat, sunscreen, kites and beach gear!

Please join us for a fantastic event!


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