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My name is Trevor Dart and Hello from Broken Hill.

I started my interest in minerals as a boy growing up in Broken Hill. My father and grandfather both worked on the North Mine and used to bring home specimens of rhodonite and spessartite garnets. From this my collection grew to what it is today, swapping samples with other collectors to gain specimens from locations all around Australia and building and improving my Broken Hill and district suite. I moved to Adelaide and trained as a High School Geology Teacher, but I returned to Broken Hill and now teach back in my old school. I am both the President and senior field officer of the local mineral club and I never miss an opportunity to take off to a nearby collecting locality and do a bit of fossicking. As a result I have built a good knowledge of locations around the Broken Hill area and across the border into South Australia.

My collection contains specimens from locations around the world however my preference is for quality Australian material, with a special interest in the Broken Hill and Olary districts and the Flinders Ranges. If anyone has questions concerning either the minerals found in the Broken Hill area or the status of fossicking locations, please contact me and I'll try my best to help you out.


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