About the Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ)
The Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ), as part of the Department of Natural Resources and Mines, provides geoscience and resource information to improve the understanding of the geology and minerals and energy resource potential of Queensland, and promotes the geoscientific data and exploration potential to attract investment.
- The GSQ provides comprehensive information through publications and maps, digital data, data sets and compilations, and access to core and rock collections.
- Much of these can be accessed over the internet through the Interactive Resource and Tenure Maps (IRTM), and the Queensland Digital Exploration Reports system (QDEX).
- GSQ projects currently include activities under Greenfields 2020.
Geological Survey of Queensland
- Level 10, 119 Charlotte Street, Brisbane, Qld, 4000.
- Chief Government Geologist: Brad John, +61 7 3035 5200
- Exploration Attraction: Simon Crouch, +61 7 3035 5252
- Mineral Geoscience: Ian Withnall, +61 7 3035 5210
- Energy Geoscience: Peter Green, +61 7 3035 5228
- Greenfields Prospectivity: Paul Donchak, +61 7 3035 5270
- Geoscience Information: Mark Thornton, +61 7 3035 5254
- Resource Planning: Mal Irwin, +61 7 3035 5287
- QDEX: QDEX Support, +61 7 3035 5256
- Interactive Resource and Tenure Maps: IRTM Support, +61 7 3035 5297
- Exploration Data Centre: Mark Livingstone, +61 7 3863 8710
Geological information hotlines and sales enquiries
- Telephone: +61 7 3006 4666: 9 am to 4 pm EST on working days.
- Email: The Geological information email hotline is attended to during working hours.
Geoscience Portal: Information on geoscience occurring in other State and Commonwealth Geological Surveys can be reached through a Geoscience Portal sponsored by Geoscience Australia.
Last updated 26 November 2012