It will be held at the Curtin Stadium on 14–16 October 2022, and it will again showcase many of the wonders that the mineral, gem and geoscience communities have to offer, with a special focus on Western Australia’s mineral heritage.
Visit our PGMS webpage for more details or go directly to the PGMS Vendor or Exhibitor Prospectus 2022 to find out how to book a table, be a sponsor, help as a volunteer, or contribute to the charity auction.
The event attracted a large contingent of mineral collectors, geologists, jewellers, mining professionals, students, hobbyists and commercial dealers. It showcased businesses from the mineralogical, geological and geoscience sectors, and offered vendors and exhibitors a unique exposure across a broad spectrum of industry professionals and the general public.
We would like to thank our sponsors: Sandfire Resources (major sponsor), Anglogold Ashanti (sundowner sponsor), Webdrill (videography sponsor), Portable Spectral Services, GSWA (Geological Survey of Western Australia), Desert Fire Designs, RSC Consultants, GemstoneGeeks, Core Security and Westernex.
We would also like to thank the Perth Mint, Western Australian Museum, Australian Journal of Mineralogy, Gemological Association of Australia, Gold Industry Group, CoRE Learning and the WASM Wallabies for their support.
To our volunteers from near and far – from the door teams, floaters and those who presented at the seminars – your generosity has not gone unnoticed. You all jumped in and hit the ground running. Your can-do attitudes, and ability to think on your feet to ensure the event run smoothly, are greatly appreciated.
For additional info, please contact PGMS@minsocwa.org.au.
– “I was utterly blown away by each stallholders willingness to engage with my daughters in a meaningful and positive way”
– “Children were never dismissed and able to engage in intelligent, interesting conversations”
– “I have not experienced that level of acceptance of children at an event before – huge credit to you and all stall holders”
– “Absolutely nailed it”
– “Went for the rocks but the highlight was seeing young ones and their excited faces”