EGPA Branch


The EGPA branch is located in the heart of the Eastern Goldfields, perfect for those local members and who visit for a few weeks or months a year.

We have our monthly meetings on the last Monday of each month except December. The meetings are a great opportunity to ask questions about any issues you may have or to gleen information from experienced prospectors about various aspects of the sport.

Throughout the year a number of field trips are held where members can improve their techniques and find out more about such things as panning, metal detecting, loaming and geology from experienced members and visiting experts. Come back to the Website or see the Newsletter for events planned throughout the year.


The meetings are held at 7:00pm at APLA House,

corner of Lane and Piesse streets Boulder.
 

Events so far planned for 2016, and new events will be added as they are planned.



Date

Event

Venue and time

29 May 2017

EGPA Meeting

APLA House 7:00pm

26 June 2017

EGPA AGM

APLA House 7:00pm

31 July  2017

EGPA Meeting

APLA House 7:00pm

28 August 2017

EGPA Meeting

APLA House 7:00pm

25 September 2017

EGPA Meeting

APLA House 7:00pm

30 October 2017

EGPA Meeting

APLA House 7:00pm

27 November 2017

EGPA Meeting

APLA House 7:00pm

December 2017

St Barbara’s Parade

Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie

December 2017

EGPA Annual Dinner

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EGPA Executive Members


POSITION

NAME

PHONE

EMAIL

PRESIDENT

Cranston Edwards

9021-6747
0427216747

egpapres@apla.com.au

VICE PRESIDENT

Bob Fagan

08 9091 1820

0458523360

egpavp@apla.com.au

2nd VICE PRESIDENT

Lance Fraser


 

SECRETARY

Peta Osborne

0418 951472

egpasec@apla.com.au

TREASURER

David Woodiwiss

0408 909 333.


APLA DELEGATE

Bob Fagan

08 9091 1820

0458523360

 egpadel1@apla.com

APLA DELEGATE

David Woodiwiss

0418951472

egpadel2@apla.com.au

APLA DELEGATE

Cranston Edwards

 90216747
0427216747

egpadel3@apla.com.au

EGPA House Manager

Elvis Ciuk


0437916994

 




EGPA Postal Address is:

PO Box 2071

BOULDER WA 6432

Benefits of becoming an APLA member.

Becoming a member of APLA has many advantages.The Key benefit is that APLA fights for Members,  ALL Prospectors and  ALL Leaseholder's rights at Forums like the Mining Industry Liason Council and by representation to Government Departments and Political Bodies.
APLA members also get a free subscription to the regular online magazine as well as invitations to Association events and training.  APLA members go on bush camps and prospecting trips. Financial APLA Members are covered by $20million Public Liability Insurance automatically when they are prospecting as an amateur legally. (See the Terms and Conditions relating to Public Liability Insurance!)
 

Postal Address is PO Box 2570 Boulder WA 6432

There are five APLA Branches in WA - Perth, Mandurah, Bunbury, Albany and Kalgoorlie for your convenience and access to experienced members.

Membership Costs are minor compared to the benefits - Full Member $110pa. Family (2 adults and 2 kids under 16) $150pa, Pensioner $80pa, Pensioner Couple $110pa...Join Now!