Items of Interest


The December 2019 edition of SEGMENTS is now online to be read. Click here to read.

In this edition, there is plenty of interest, including:
  • Southern Australian Vegetation - one of the great natural climate change experiments - Professor Bob Hill

  • Linking Biodiversity, Soil Microbiomes and Human Health - Dr Craig Liddicoat
  • Observations on SEG’s Expedition to Innes National Park - Olly Cirocco

  • Managing Water for the Environment - an overview from the Commonwealth Environmental Water Office - Bill Matthews

  • Yorketown Area School Visit to SEG’s Innes Biodiversity Survey - student Angus Nowlan

  • Minnawarra Biodiversity Project - Spring 2019 - Janet Furler

Equipment Storage

SEG has accumulated a considerable amount on equipment to enable it to carry out surveys in remote regions of the state. This includes the truck and canopy, the food trailer and cage trailer as well as a considerable amount of tents, camping and cooking equipment. 

We are looking for somewhere secure to store this equipment or if a suitable shed is not available the a piece of land upon which a shed and be erected. As the truck and canopy are quite high a high clearance door to a shed is necessary. If you have some suggestions and possibilities please contact Trent Porter or Stuart Pillman

A Bit of a Writer?

If you have been on any SEG activity lately or have been a past member thinking about returning to the fold, perhaps you would like to write about your experience. This might have been taking part in an Expedition or one of our on going projects. Helen Johnson our SEGments Editor would love to hear from you.

Spot any Problems

If you find a problem with our website, please contact Michelle Trethewey and I will endeavour to fix it as soon as possible.


Scientific Expedition Group Inc.
PO Box 501
Unley S.A. 5061
email: Scientific Expedition Group



The Scientific Expedition Group Inc. is a non profit organisation which aims to promote and run expeditions of a scientific, cultural and adventurous nature, to encourage knowledge and appreciation of the natural environment, and to develop interpersonal skills by living and working towards a common goal!