Essential Apps and Links

The Emergency App Provides GPS Coordinates

The Emergency+ app is a free app developed by Australia’s emergency services and their Government and industry partners.

The app uses GPS functionality built into smart phones to help a Triple Zero (000) caller provide critical location details required to mobilise emergency services.

Please note: Even if you don’t  have an internet connection, coverage you may be able to still make an emergency call and tell the operator your location.

N.B. Links to other information are blue.

Headings are red.

Letting someone know what you’re doing before you do it is the best way to cover yourself In Case of Emergency (ICE).

Send an Instant Message for emergency situations or create a Delayed Message and we’ll deliver it anytime you want (even if your phone dies or loses service). ICE Contact is available on iOS and Android phones. Get your free personal safety app today!

This application will create a notification visible on your lock screen.

This notification will contain all necessary information about you and your contacts in case of an emergency.

Very easy to setup, just be sure to enable notifications on lock screen on your device.

Watch this video (Tech Minute) on YouTube. Just two minutes of simple setup,

and your smartphone could save your life!

You’ll need to wait 5 seconds before you can click on SKIP ADD.

Ancient Geological Sites (Eurobodalla)

A Quick Guide to Eurobodalla Geological Sites

Stewart Needham’s notes on Wasp Head, Murramarang National Park

Minerals from the Geoscience Australia website – an excellent site!

Australian Lapidary Club Listings

Canberra Lapidary Club

Illawarra Lapidary Club

Australian Federation of Lapidary & Allied Crafts Associations Inc

Aussie Lapidary Forum

Australian Journal of Mineralogy

Geological Sites of NSW

Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk

Eurobodalla geology – from Batemans Bay Historical Museum

South Coast Travel Guide (Eurobodalla’s Geology)

The Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum: Home of the Warren Somerville Collection (Bathurst)