2016 wrapped up

2016 has been, in a word, “challenging”. The economy that we are operating in within Australia has been quite volatile... Continue reading →

Maratus Man visits WA

Gaia Resources recently sponsored the visit to WA of Stuart Harris, citizen scientist extraordinaire and peacock-spider whisperer! On Monday 5th... Continue reading →


We have recently implemented another instance of our Geographic & Reporting Information Database (GRID) product – this time for the... Continue reading →

The State of GRID

Along with the South West Catchments Council, we were successful in receiving a grant from the State Natural Resource Management Community... Continue reading →

QGIS leaping ahead

Quantum GIS (QGIS) is really taking off as a free, open source Geographic Information System (GIS) package across the environmental (and... Continue reading →

Going Bananas

It’s probably become quite clear to our regular blog readers that we seem to have somehow established a second office... Continue reading →