Conferences and events
Each year, Australia Minerals participates in a series of international seminars and meetings to showcase Australia’s vast mineral resources and investment potential.
Below, you will find information on recent and upcoming events along with presentations given by the Australia Minerals team.
- International Mining and Resources Conference & Expo (IMARC) 2022, 17–19 October 2022
- Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention 2022, Toronto, Canada. In-person June 13–15, Online June 28–29 2022
- Japan–Australia Mineral Resources Investment Webinar, virtual event, 5 November 2021. Download the presentations:
Virtual webinar series
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia Minerals has explored new ways to communicate virtually. All of Australia’s geological surveys now make presentations available online, providing new geoscience information and data to continue support for the Australian mineral exploration industry. You can find links to each state’s webinars below.
Public talks available online
New South Wales
Webinars from the Geological Survey of New South Wales
NTGS webinar presentation
GSQ-UQ Exploration Webinar Series
GSWA Webinar Series
About Australia Minerals events
Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada Convention
The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada Convention (PDAC) is held in March each year at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada
PDAC is the world's leading convention for people, companies and organisations in, or connected with, mineral exploration. Australia Minerals attends this event to promote Australia's exploration and investment potential to over 24,000 attendees.
Science in the Surveys
Science in the Surveys is hosted every two years by one of Australia’s state or territory geological surveys. The event aims to highlight the outstanding science being conducted by Australia's geological surveys, CSIRO, UNCOVER and the DET CRC.
Click below to download the presentations from Science in the Surveys 2019.
- Session one (PDF 30.5 MB)
- Session two (PDF 11.6 MB)
- Session three (PDF 14.0 MB)
- Session four (PDF 16.1 MB)
Australia-Japan Mineral Resources Investment Seminar
Australia Minerals hosts a Australia-Japan Mineral Resources Investment Seminar at the Australian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan each year.
The Australia Minerals team looks forward to promoting Australia's exploration and investment potential in this significant investment market in an effort to attract increased investment in mineral exploration in Australia by engaging international government agencies and mining/exploration companies.
The half-day seminar includes a series of presentations on Australian minerals/energy commodities and the Australian investment and policy environment. Spoken presentations are simultaneously translated into Japanese or English with PowerPoint presentations displayed in English. A display area is set up in the foyer to allow attendees to engage with participating government agencies and companies and a networking event is held immediately after the seminar.
If you are interested in attending the seminar please email email@example.com.
Promotional activities in the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and India
The Australia Minerals team travels to Seoul each year as part of its North Asia promotional activities. Australia Minerals also visits multiple cities in India every 12-18 months. During these visits the team meet with government agencies, mining and exploration companies, and people interested in investing in the minerals and mining sector in Australia.
If you would like to know more about these visits, or to meet with the team when in the Republic of Korea or India, please send us a message via the Contact Us page on this website.
Other Conferences and Events
Each of Australia Minerals’ organisations also hold their own conferences and events. Find out more about their upcoming events by clicking on the following links:
News & events
Annual Geoscience Exploration Seminar (AGES)
Minerals and resources
Mineral Resources Tasmania