The Sydney Fungal Studies Group Incorporated (SFSGI) consists of mycological and other academics, students, and many other, non-academic but interested people of all age groups.
The SFSGI aims to advance the study of fungi at all levels, particularly the larger fungi, to educate people at all stages of skill and knowledge in the science of mycology, and to interact with groups and societies having mycological or closely related interests.
Membership is open to all, with the only requirements being that they are interested in contributing to the activities of the Group, subscribe to the aims of the Group, and that they respect the basic principles of nature conservation.
The next field study is Saturday 3 June at at Bola Creek in Royal National Park. Visitors are welcome to attend, please wear appropriate clothing for wet weather.
Meet at the gate of Lady Carrington Drive at 9.45am for 10am start. This site is in the Royal National Park.
Turn off the Princes Hwy at Waterfall, cross the railway and turn into McKell Ave. After the bridge over the Hacking River, turn left into Bertram Stevens Drive, and the Lady Carrington Drive gate is approximate 0.5 km on the left- hand side. Bola Creek and the survey site, Wallamurra Track, is approximately 600 metres from the gate.
As this site is within the National Park, the entry fee will be waived on production of an authority from the National Parks. A copy of this authority can be obtained from the coordinator David Noble
The activity may be cancelled in the event of wet weather. You can contact the coordinator - David Noble - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sydney Fungal Studies Group started in the mid 1980's as a loosely associated, non-profit group of people interested in all aspects of fungi, and with an emphasis on Australasian fungi.
The Sydney Fungal Studies Group incorporated in 2000 in order to allow it to formalise and expand its activities.
View our Constitution here.