CABS IV will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre on the 29th and 30th August 2022 and will bring together geoscientists who have an interest in the geological evolution and resource potential of central Australian basins. 

From the greater McArthur in the north to the Officer, Pedirka-Simpson and Cooper-Eromanga basins in the south, the geological history of these basins is fascinating with a sedimentary record going back almost 2 Billion years. 

As well as providing some of the best-preserved early records of basin evolution on the planet, the basins also contain significant hydrocarbon and mineral resources and exciting potential in new energy sources and emerging technologies such as hydrogen, helium and CCUS (carbon capture utilisation storage). 

New technologies, new information and innovative ideas from industry, academia, government bodies and research institutions, are now providing new perspectives and a vastly improved understanding of these old, often remote, basins with unexpected, positive insights into their economic potential.

CABS IV will provide a forum for the geoscience community to share knowledge and discuss the latest ideas and technological developments in central Australian basins. 

In addition to formal presentations by geoscientists working in central Australia, the Symposium will also provide a ‘hands on’ experience for attendees who will be offered the opportunity, through core workshops with experts, to gain a state of the art understanding of the origins of these ancient rocks.

Papers presented at the conference will be published online in a high quality CABS IV Proceedings volume. 

I encourage you to participate in CABS IV, network with colleagues, and update your geoscientific understanding of the latest developments and ongoing research in the fascinating basins of central Australia.

The CABS IV Committee is looking forward to welcoming you to Darwin in August 2021, our event will be set in the stunning tropical Waterfront precinct at the Darwin Convention Centre, a world class venue for business event. 

We will be creating an engaging social program around the conference for all delegates to enjoy Darwin at its best time of the year - the Darwin Dry Season. 

Rhodri Johns, Chair CABS IV Darwin 2022 

Click to view Publication Volume 1

Important Dates

Symposium key dates
Extended Abstract Submission Date 31st May 2022                       
Last Day for Early Bird Registration - Extended until 15th July 2022!30th June 2022
Symposium Date29th & 30th August 2022
Symposium Dinner at Peewee's at the Point29th August 2022
Pre-conference Field Excursion  - Overnight in Katherine27th August to 28th August 2022
Post Conference Course: Shale Sedimentology and Sequence Stratigraphy Short Course - Details TBA
31st August 2022
Core Workshop30th August 2022

Register here: https://agentur.eventsair.com/cabsiv/rego


 The organising committee welcomes submissions on any topic relating to basins in central Australia. Themes include: Regional geology and tectonics, geochronology, geochemistry (organic/inorganic), petroleum or mineral geology, resource exploration and management, new frontiers in the 21st century.

Both Oral and Poster presentations are welcome

Oral presentations will be published online as full papers in a CABS IV symposium volume



Click on date below to see the daily detailed program


Dorothy Close

(NT Geological Survey)

Dorothy is a geologist with over 20 years of experience of working across the diverse geology of the Northern Territory. She joined the NT Geological Survey in 1995 as a regional mapping geologist and currently holds the position of Director Regional Geoscience, overseeing regional geoscience and prospectivity assessment projects – an immensely rewarding job.

More information about the NT Geological Survey can be found on the Resourcing the Territory webpage via

Bronwyn Camac

(PESA President)

Currently the Manager, Resources and Commodities at GSSA in the Minerals Division of DEM, Bronwyn graduated from UniSA, with a BAppSc (Applied Geology) and since then she has worked in a range of operational jobs in the oil & gas sector including well-site and operations geology, exploration & development across both conventional and unconventional oil & gas plays. Later, she completed a PhD at Adelaide Uni, which focussed on the application of numerical modelling techniques developed for the mining industry to solving petroleum exploration problems such as predicting fracture permeability in fault and cap seals (shales). In her spare time Bronwyn likes to walk, read, weave, and hang out with family and friends.

Simon Lang

(University of WA)

Professor Simon Lang is a sedimentologist and stratigrapher with global experience including regional geological mapping, sedimentology / stratigraphy research, and petroleum exploration & development, including many of the old basins of Central and Northern Australia. He worked at the Geological Survey of Queensland (1979-92), then Lecturer at Queensland University of Technology and Associate Professor at the University of Adelaide (1992-2005). He was manager of Stratigraphy/Reservoir Analysis for Woodside (2005-13), then Senior Stratigrapher (Houston), and Geologic Services Manager & Stratigraphy Advisor (Perth) for Chevron (2013-18).  He is the Director of the Centre for Energy & Climate Geoscience, School of Earth Sciences, University of Western Australia, leading industry-funded research consortia on seismic stratigraphy and reservoir analogues for petroleum basins, and also working on Proterozoic basin stratigraphy to aid mineral exploration.


Aleksandra Kalinowski

(Geoscience Australia)

Aleksandra Kalinowski is a Senior Geoscientist at Geoscience Australia and holds an undergraduate degree in Geology from the Australian National University and a PhD from the University of New South Wales. She has worked extensively on Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage in her 20 years at Geoscience Australia, including undertaking geological assessments for CO2 storage and other technical and policy aspects of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), as well as at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Laboratory for Energy and the Environment and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. Aleks’ work centres on low-emissions energy resources and CCUS, most recently focusing on geological storage combined with utilisation of CO2 for enhanced oil recovery (CO2-EOR).

Kitty Milliken

(Bureau of Economic Geology)

Kitty L. Milliken is a Senior Research Scientist at the Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses on diagenesis of siliciclastic sediments and the evolution of rock properties in the subsurface. She has authored and co-authored around 120 peer-reviewed papers and also digital resources for teaching sedimentary petrography. Her current work is focused on the application of electron microbeam imaging and analysis to interpret chemical and mechanical histories of mudrocks (oil and gas shales).

Juergen Schieber

(Indiana University)

Dr. Schieber is a professor of geology at Indiana University and a specialist on shales. Published extensively (200 papers, 20 guidebook chapters, 4 books, 350 conference abstracts) he is also an invited lecturer at universities in the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia; at research organizations, industry short courses, and symposia. He is a member of the science team that currently explores the geology of Gale Crater on Mars with NASA’s Curiosity rover.

Paul Strong


Paul Strong is a geologist with over 35 years of oil and gas industry experience. He is Chief Petroleum Geologist at the SA Department for Energy and Mining in Adelaide, after holding a range of senior technical and managerial positions with Santos Limited for nearly 23 years. He has an in-depth understanding of many major petroleum basins, in particular the Cooper and Eromanga Basins onshore Australia and the UK North Sea. His experience includes prospect generation, drilling operations, reserve/resource estimation and full cycle economics.

Paul holds a BSc (Hons) in Geology from the University of Durham (UK) and an MSC in Petroleum Exploration Studies from the University of Aberdeen (UK). Prior to joining Santos he worked for Agip (UK) Limited and Chevron Europe Limited as a geoscientist.

Beetaloo Sub-basin Core Viewing Workshop

Join us for an interactive workshop interpreting the stratigraphy of the upper Roper Group in the Beetaloo Sub-basin hosted by the Northern Territory Geological survey and led by both Professor Howard Johnson (Imperial College London) and Dr Vincent Crombez (CSIRO). 

Date: Tuesday 30th August 2022

Time: There will be three workshop sessions of 2.5 hours (including transport to/from core facility)

8.30 am to 10.30 am

10.00 am to 12.30 pm

12.30 pm to 3 pm 

Cost: Free for CABS attendees

Location: NTGS Core facility Winnellie (transportation will be provided to and from the conference centre)

Maximum attendees: 20 per session (maximum 60 spots)

Demonstrators: Howard Johnson (Imperial College London), Vincent Crombez (CSIRO), Amber Jarrett (NTGS), Tim Munson (NTGS), Claudio Delle Piane (CSIRO) and Morgan Blades (University of Adelaide)


The primary objective of the core workshop is to review and discuss key cores from the Roper Group in the Beetaloo Sub-basin. This workshop is interactive and attendees will fully participate in the workshop by sharing their observations and interpretations.

The four selected cores will reflect the variety of sedimentary environments present in the upper Roper Group, including organic rich shales of the Velkerri Formation, and will illustrate the stratigraphic trends present in the basin. In teams of 5, attendees will observe cores and, though team discussions and interaction with the workshop leaders develop an understanding of the sedimentary system. This will include insights into depositional processes, controls on the vertical and lateral facies organisation, and the distribution and evolution of depositional environments across the Beetaloo Sub-basin.

Leaders of the Core Workshop

Howard Johnson is Professor of Reservoir Geology with around 40 years of professional experience, divided mainly between Imperial College London and Shell. He is also a technical geoscience advisor to PETRONAS (2000-present). His research interests are in clastic sedimentology, reservoir characterization and basin studies. He has wide experience in delivering technical courses for petroleum industry professionals, including reservoir characterization, sedimentology and industry-focused fieldtrips and/or core workshops in Australia, UK, USA, Egypt and NW Borneo.  Professor Johnson has published around 80 technical papers and was awarded the 2012 AAPG Grover E. Murray Memorial Distinguished Educator Award and the 2012 Rector’s Award for Teaching Excellence at Imperial College. He holds a B.Sc. in Geology from the University of Liverpool and a D.Phil. in Sedimentology from the University of Oxford, the latter based on Late Precambrian shallow-marine sandstones in Finnmark, North Norway

Vincent is a geoscientist with a sedimentology, geochemistry and numerical modelling background. His research mainly focusses on sedimentary basins with a special interest in understanding the distribution of sedimentary heterogeneities within them. Throughout his work and academic career, he has gained a breadth of experience working with integrated workflows, combining field geology, laboratory analysis, and numerical modelling. Previously, he has worked on different basins, located in various countries including Canada, Argentina, Greece, Morocco and Australia. Vincent currently works for the CSIRO in Perth as a senior research scientist. He holds a PhD in Geosciences from Sorbonne Université (Paris, France) and a MSc in Petroleum Geology from UniLaSalle (Beauvais, France).


On behalf of the PESA CABS IV Organising Committee, we invite your organisation to become part of the 4th Central Australian Basins Symposium, including a Beetaloo Basin core workshop. The conference will be held from Monday 29 August - Tuesday 30 August 2022 at the Darwin Convention Centre, adjacent to the SEAOCC 2022 event.

Sponsorship opportunities are now available. CABS IV is organised by the Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA) and will attract up to 200 international and national delegates and organisations across the spectrum of Australasian geosciences representing industry, government and academia.

Please download our Sponsorship Prospectus


Silver Sponsors


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  Registrations are now open

             Register here

Registration TypePriceClose date
Member Early Bird Registration -  (GSA members included)$550.0015th July 2022
Member Early Bird Registration - Dinner Inclusive (GSA members included)$660.0015th July 2022
Non-Member Early Bird Registration$770.0015th July 2022
Non-Member Early Bird Registration - Dinner Inclusive$880.0015th July 2022
Student Early Bird Registration$230.0015th July 2022
Student Early Bird Registration - Dinner Inclusive$340.0015th July 2022
Member Standard Registration -  (GSA members included)
660.0027th August 2022
Member Standard - Dinner Inclusive (GSA members included)
770.0027th August 2022
Non-Member Standard  Registration
880.0027th August 2022
Non-Member Standard  - Dinner Inclusive
990.0027th August 2022
Student Standard Registration
285.0027th August 2022
Student Standard Registration - Dinner Inclusive
395.00 27th August 2022


Accommodation options at special conference room rates can be selected in the online registration process. Please book in early as August is a very busy time of the year in Darwin.


Darwin Convention Centre


Stokes Hill Road 
Darwin NT 0800 


Pre-conference Field Trip – Top End Basins Tour

Date: Saturday 27th to Sunday 28th August 2022 prior to CABS

Time: Pick up from hotels from 8 am Saturday morning, return to convention centre ~ 3pm Sunday afternoon

Cost: $660.00 payable upon registration

Location: Darwin to Katherine return

Maximum attendees: 30


Join geologists from the Northern Territory Geological Survey as they guide you through the ‘top end’ of the Northern Territory exploring outcrops spanning the Palaeoproterozoic to Cretaceous.

Highlights include:

  • A Katherine Gorge river cruise to examine cross bedded quartz sandstones and conglomerates of the Palaeoproterozoic Katherine River Group in the walls of the Gorge.
  • A swim and explore of Edith Falls and another opportunity to examine Katherine River Group sediments
  • A visit to Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park in the karstic Cambrian limestones of the Georgina Basin.
  • A visit to the historic Pine Creek mining town
  • Early Cretaceous outcrops from the Money Shoal Basin in the Darwin area and unconformity with the underlying Pine Creek Orogen. The sediments are interpreted to have been deposited in a relatively low energy shallow marine/paralic environment and have yielded marine macrofossils including belemnites, ammonites, and marine reptiles.

 Team Leaders:


Dr Amber Jarrett is a project geologist working in the Basin Geoscience team at Northern Territory Geological Survey with over ten years of experience working in NT’s basins. Amber graduated with a BSc (Hons), with a major in geology and biology and a PhD both from the Australian National University. Amber is the Chair of the Geological Society of Australia (GSA) NT Division, and a member of the GSA National Governing Council as well as a PESA SA/NT committee member.

Dr Tim Munson is a Senior Geologist at the Northern Territory Geological Survey (NTGS) with 19 years of experience working in the Northern Territory. Tim is a co-author and compiler of the ‘Geology and mineral resources of the Northern Territory’ (2013) and the ‘Petroleum geology of the Northern Territory’ (2014). His current research interests include the stratigraphy, sedimentology, geochronology and tectonics of Proterozoic sedimentary basins in northern and central Australia. Tim obtained his Honours and PhD degrees from the University of Queensland.

Shale Sedimentology and Sequence Stratigraphy Short Course


Course Presenter: Professor Juergen Schieber, Dept of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Indiana University

Date: One Day and Three Day Options - See below

Time: 830am to 4pm 

Location: Lectures at the Training Room: 

Northern Territory Government, Berrimah Farm Science Precinct, 24/26 Makagon Rd, Berrimah NT 0828

Core laid out at the NTGS core facility Core Facility- 38 Farrell Crescent, Winnellie NT 0828.

One Day Short Course Option

Date: Wednesday August 31 2022. 

Time: 830am to 4pm 


Lectures at the Training Room: 

Northern Territory Government, Berrimah Farm Science Precinct, 24/26 Makagon Rd, Berrimah NT 0828

Core laid out at the NTGS core facility Core Facility- 38 Farrell Crescent, Winnellie NT 0828.

Course fees:

Conference attendees - $330

Non Conference Attendees - $440

Student - $110


This course will combine both lectures and practical sessions. 


Focus: Shale facies variability, how to describe, and meaningful categories of classification

Lecture 1: How to Describe Shales

Lecture 2: Shale Sedimentology – Facies Studies

Core/Sample Exercise 1:  Examine and describe a collection of shale samples. 


Focus: Deepen recognition of sedimentary features and associated processes, and recognize features that relate to stratigraphic packaging.

Lecture 3: Flume Studies of Shale Deposition and Erosion 

Lecture 4: Recognizing Stratigraphic Surfaces and System Tracts in Shales 

Core Exercise 2: Examine a drill core of some length to identify parasequences and system tracts

Three Day Short Course Option

Dates: Wednesday August 31 2022 – Friday September 2 2022

Time: 830am to 4pm 


Lectures at the Training Room: 

Northern Territory Government, Berrimah Farm Science Precinct, 24/26 Makagon Rd, Berrimah NT 0828

Core laid out at the NTGS core facility Core Facility- 38 Farrell Crescent, Winnellie NT 0828.

Course fees:

Conference attendees - $990

Non Conference Attendees - $1320

Student - $330


In addition to the one-day short course lead by Dr Juergen Schieber there is also a three-day option for those that can stay longer and dive deeper into understanding shales.  The practical side of the expanded course will include the Mesoproterozoic Kyalla Formation shales in addition to the Velkerri Formation in order that the two classic Beetaloo Sub-Basin shales can be compared and contrasted.

CABS  IV Committee

Rhodri Johns


Consultant Petroleum Geologist

Bonnie Lowe-Young 


Consultant Petroleum Geologist

Elinor Alexander 


DEM South Australia, Director Geoscience & Exploration Branch Energy Resources Division

Sandy Menpes

PESA Liason/Secretary

Santos, Team Leader Amadeus Basin Exploration

Morgan Blades 

Technical Committee Chair/Publicity

University of Adelaide, Research Scientist

Vincent Crombez

Technical Committee Member/Core Workshop

CSIRO, Research Scientist

Amber Jarrett

Technical Committee Member/NT Rep/Core Workshop/Publicity

NTGS, Project Geologist

Toby Colson


Santos, Geologist

Paul Strong 

Technical Committee Member

Consultant, Petroleum Geologist

Iain Campbell

PESA SA/NT President

DEM South Australia, Chief Petroleum Geophysicist

Britta Decker

Professional Conference Organiser

Managing Director, Agentur Professional Conferences & Events


Contact Us

Any scientific questions should be directed to the symposium host cabs@pesa.com.au

Any questions regarding the software or conference details should be directed to the symposium organiser CABSIV@AGENTUR.COM.AU

15 Cavenagh Street, Darwin NT 0800

Britta Decker # 0417 875 901


Registration enquiries: 

Arminda Mengin # 08 8981 2010



Terms & Conditions

Acknowledgement of Registration

Your registration will be acknowledged via a system generated email with confirmation of your tickets, upon receipt of your completed registration form. An Electronic tax invoice/receipt will also be issued. All updates regarding the conference will be posted to the conference website.

The conference committee has the right to refuse entry or registration to any parties at their discretion.

Each delegate will also receive a name badge upon arrival to the conference. The name badge will be your official pass and must be worn to obtain entry to all sessions and social functions. Day registrants and partners will be added to guest lists for each additional event booked.

All conference and function payments must be paid in full prior to the conference. All registrations received after 15th August 2022 must be paid in full by credit card only. If payment is not received prior to the conference, access will be granted only after full payment is made by credit card on arrival.

Refund Policy

Cancellations will only be accepted in writing to the conference secretariat at the email or postal addresses set out below. At any point prior to the event, you are welcome to contact us in writing to nominate a substitute delegate at no extra charge.

If you are cancelling any or all aspects of your booking: registration, accommodation and/or a tour, this can be done with correspondence to Agentur using the contact details below.

We will issue refunds for any cancellations of face-to-face registrations due to hotspot or COVID-19 symptoms developed.

For non-COVID-19 related cancellations we are unable to issue a refund after the 29th of July 2022.  Non-payment does not constitute cancellation.

Privacy Policy

All relevant delegate details will be stored in a database used by Agentur to manage the registration process and conference organisation. A list of delegate names and contact details will be retained by Agentur and will be used to send conference related information. Delegate names and contact details will be supplied to the Petroleum Exploration Society Australia – (PESA) but will not be passed on or sold to any other organisations. For networking purposes, a delegate list may be provided to all conference delegates.

Delegate Release Agreement

By agreeing to these terms and conditions you give permission for photographs and other images or likenesses, statements whether oral or in writing, audio/ visual recordings (including transcripts) of you to be recorded, copied, edited, adapted, modified, exhibited, and distributed for editorial, trade, advertising and training purposes.

You acknowledge that you understand that PESA or Agentur Pty Ltd may sublicense these rights for advertising, promotional and educational purposes. 

You will not receive any payment or consideration in agreeing to this release.

It is a requirement that you are not allowed to take recordings or photos of the sessions without written consent from the conference committee or conference organiser.


Registration fees to not include insurance of any kind. It is recommended that participants take out their own general travel insurance. It is suggested that the insurance policy should also cover loss of fees/deposit, accommodation charges, medical expenses, loss or damage to personal property and repatriation expenses. 

The insurance could also cover loss arising from the cancellation of the Conference by the organisers or a person's inability to attend due to any reason whatsoever. No responsibility is taken by the Conference Organisers for any person not holding insurance.


Payments must be received within 7 days of booking, if not received your booking may be cancelled. Any rooms cancelled after 22nd July 2022 will be subject to 100% of the total accommodation rate. No refunds will be issued after 22nd July 2022.

The accommodation provider will issue refunds for any cancellations of face-to-face registrations due to hotspot or COVID-19 symptoms developed.

For non COVID-19 related cancellations we are unable to issue a refund after the 22nd July 2022. Non-payment does not constitute cancellation.

Explanatory Notes

To use your photograph, image, sound recording, words, artwork or transcript we need your permission. Agentur intends to capture material including visual and audio recordings from the PESA Conference.

It is intended that this material may be used for advertising, promotional material, and training and development purposes. 

Video and audio recordings may be supplied to contractors and service providers engaged by PESA or Agentur including for promotion of future Conferences. Materials will not be distributed to any other person for any other purpose.

A participant who does not wish to be captured in visual and audio recordings for the purposes described above must advise the Event Coordinator in writing prior to the commencement of the conference. All correspondence must be addressed to the Professional Conference Organiser:

AGENTUR Pty Ltd, GPO Box 1767, Darwin NT 0801










AGENTUR adheres to the COVID-19 Safety Plan and has committed to


·      Physical distancing measures

·      Health and hygiene principle


AGENTUR takes the health, wellbeing, and safety of our staff and clients very seriously. As an event management company, we have extensive experience maintaining safe work practices when on location and coordinating events. We have extended our health and safety practices to address the current COVID-19 requirements and restrictions.

AGENTUR has and continues to provide correct and appropriate education and knowledge to employees on physical distancing, correct hygiene, and health monitoring. The education provided is that based on the COVID Safe Guidelines provided by the Northern Territory Government. This information is delivered and updated as required in our weekly meetings which occur once per week.




In the event that AGENTUR employs interstate staff & contractors, the staff member/s or contractors will be guided to follow the current laws that are present in the Northern Territory.

ALL STAFF, interstate, and Territorians are provided with adequate food and water on shoots/events. This is vital given our climate and the heat. All food and water are individually packaged for each staff member.


Workplace physical distancing measures



All AGENTUR staff have their own office space with a minimum of 1.5m distancing between each other if sharing a room. In common areas of our workplace (kitchen, garage, studio, green room), all staff can enforce the 1.5m distancing requirement.


Our event team does interact with each other and talent. They can safely enforce the 1.5m distancing requirement on events with talent, external crew, and clients. Our event team is also educated on cleaning and sanitising equipment before and after every use.

During peak lunch periods, each staff member will take turns using communal kitchen equipment, disinfecting, and sanitising after use. (This includes benchtops and tapware).


Measures we take to manage physical distancing:

● A maximum of 2 people per office.

● Hand sanitizers, disinfecting soap, and disposable paper towels are available on-premises &at entry areas/reception.

● A maximum of 2 people in the staff common areas.

● A minimum distance of 1.5m between staff, crew, clients, and talent when on event location


Hygiene measures

Hygiene protocols have been put in place throughout the workday in the office and for on-location events. All AGENTUR staff and contractors are encouraged to ensure they are keeping their hygiene a priority.


AGENTUR enables this through hygiene stations at the entrance of the office area, as wellas the supply of disposable (one-use) paper towels, disinfectant soap, and sealed disposal bins.


Measures we take to manage hygiene:

● Disinfectant is used on all benchtops and door handles regularly.

● Each office/communal space has a rubbish bin; this helps eliminate cross-contamination

throughout the office.

● Hospital-grade ISO wipes used for equipment cleaning.


Monitoring and identification of unwell staff

AGENTUR has and continues to provide information to all staff in regard to COVID-19 transmission and symptoms.

All AGENTUR staff are aware that they are required to stay home if they are feeling unwell, they are required to see a doctor at the earliest opportunity and are not permitted to return to work until they are cleared to be no longer ill. If their symptoms are that of COVID-19 they will need to provide evidence that they have returned a negative test result and do not carry the virus.

Should a staff member start displaying symptoms whilst on the job, an ambulance will be called, to transport them to the appropriate testing/treatment facility, officials will be notified also. Everyone who has had contact with said staff member would also be required to undergo testing, to rule out COVID-19. Should the test result be positive for any staff member, the above rules will be initiated.


Measures we take to manage the health of our staff:

● Ensure that any staff does not attend work if they feel unwell.

● Recommend staff see a doctor if they are displaying symptoms of COVID-19.

● All interstate staff to quarantine as per the laws at the time in the Northern Territory.


Risk assessment of interstate staff:

AGENTUR will undertake a risk assessment when assessing the arrival of any interstate

staff & contractors. This risk assessment measures the risk potential employees may pose to

transmitting Coronavirus to Territorians. This risk assessment will consider the below:


- Activity being conducted

- Size of production/event

- Requirements of the said staff member

- Location in which the staff member would be traveling from (potential ‘hotspots’ or clusters)

- Relevant orders and directions under biosecurity / public health guidelines

AGENTUR will not proceed with employing any interstate staff should it be deemed too high of a risk, based on any of the considerations above or if the staff member is not immediately required for essential production/event.