News

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation over a Dam spillway, QLD.

GBG Australia undertook a geophysical investigation to determine bedrock depths and subsurface conditions under a roadway, Canberra, ACT.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation to map tree roots, Eastern Suburbs, Sydney, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation to locate USTs in Southern Sydney, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation to confirm the location of burials within the Rookwood General Cemetery, Sydney, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a MASW survey to map the depth to bedrock, North Shore, Sydney, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a seismic refraction survey within the Iwate Prefecture on the main island of Japan.

GBG Australia has conducted a large scale geophysical survey over a proposed tailings dam within a remote area of PNG.

GBG Australia has been conducting geophysical surveys in conjunction with Archaeologists from ANU and Monash University on a joint Australian/Laos Archaeological Project, Laos.

GBG Australia undertook a geophysical investigation map contamination and footings within an old gas works site, Central NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a Geophysical Investigation to Map Bedrock Depth, Kyushu Island, Japan

GBG Australia undertook a geophysical investigation to map tree roots enimating from a number of trees in Northern Sydney, NSW

GBG Australia undertook a geophysical investigation locate a number of mine workings, Central NSW

GBG Australia undertook a geophysical investigation to map contamination and footings within an old gas works site, Southern Sydney, NSW

GBG Australia undertook a geophysical investigation to locate and map a possible landfill in Western Sydney, NSW

GBG Australia undertook a nondestructive investigation, to locate historic tram tracks within Sydney, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a nondestructive investigation, project management and safety management in relation to inspections of the OHWS at Central Station, Sydney, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a marine geophysical investigation to map the depth to the seabed and bedrock on an island off the coast of Australia.

GBG Australia undertook a nondestructive investigation to determine the location of unmarked graves at a historic graveyard in the suburbs of Sydney.

GBG Australia undertook a nondestructive investigation to determine the location of unmarked graves at a historic graveyard in rural Victoria.

GBG Australia undertook a nondestructive investigation to map the extent of tree roots eminating from a tree in Sydney, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a nondestructive investigation to determine the condition of a suspended slab, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a nondestructive investigation to determine the location of tie in bars, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a nondestructive investigation to determine the length of Piles, South Australia.

GBG Australia undertook a geophysical investigation to determine the conductivty profile along a section of road, South Australia.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation to assess the construction of a historic bridge, Lithgow, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation to assess road and bridge condition, Queensland.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation to locate tree roots, eastern Sydney, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a geophysical investigation to assist in a feasibility study, Central Queensland.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation to locate unmarked graves, Central NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation to locate archeological remains and unmarked graves, Victoria.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive investigation to determine the condition of concrete within a bridge, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Geophysical investigation to determine the Nature of Basement Material, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a geophysical investigation to locate archeological remains of Storage Silos, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to locate archeological remains and unmarked graves, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to determine the location of a buried seawall, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to determine the depth of cover of steel reinforcment within concrete plinths, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to determine the length of concrete piles, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to map steel reinforcment in Sydney, New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to locate subsurface services in Sydney, New South Wales.

GBG Australia has opened an office in Melbourne, Victoria. We look forward to more effectively offering our services all throughout Victoria.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to locate unmarked graves in Sydney, New South Wales.

GBG Australia attended the 23rd International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition in Melbourne, on 11th – 14th August 2013. We look forward to hearing from you.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to test the condition of Bridge Piles, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive Investigation using TEM to locate possible buried drums under a golf course in Victoria.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive Investigation using GPR to locate voids and services under a slab in New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to map salinity in New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to locate vintage flumes in New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to assess the condition of cement lined pipes at an airfield in Queensland.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to locate voids and services in Southern QLD.

GBG Australia undertook a Non-Destructive investigation to assess the conditon of concrete slabs at a Weir in Southern NSW.

GBG Australia conducted a survey utilising Ground Penetrating Radar to locate underground working at a mine located in NSW.

GBG Australia is proud to have attended the Australian Archaeological Association (AAA) Conference 2012. We hope to see you there next year.

GBG Australia undertook Seismic Refraction, MASW and ERT surveys in Papua New Guinea. The aim was to locate the depth of bedrock for future development plans.

GBG Australia undertook an EM and Resistivtiy survey on the south coast of New South Wales.

GBG Australia Attended the Australian Cemeteries and Crematory Association (ACCA) in Adelaide in October 2012.

GBG Australia undertook a seismic refraction survey to deliniate bedrock depth in Sydney, New South Wales.

GBG Australia exhibited at the 5th Annual Small Bridges Conference held in Surfers Paradise, Queensland. We are looking forward to seeing you in 2013.

GBG Australia undertook a marine seismic reflection survey to delineate the depth to bedrock in New South Wales.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive survey to delineate the extent of a landfill in Victoria.

GBG Australia undertook a non-destructive survey to locate unmarked grave and confirm the location of known graves in eastern NSW.

GBG Australia, undertook a Non-Destructive investigation using a Ground Penetrating Radar to locate voids under a concrete slab, NSW.

GBG Australia, in conjunction with GBGMAPS, undertook a Non-Destructive investigation using a MIRA system to locate voids within concrete structures, Western Australia

GBG Australia undertook a Marine Seismic Refraction survey to gather information on depth to the bedrock for a river crossing in the Central Coast, NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a Ground Penetrating Radar survey to locate unmarked graves in Victoria.

GBG Australia undertook a Marine Seismic Refraction survey to gather information on depth to the bedrock in NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a Seismic Refraction survey to gather information on depth to the bedrock in NSW.

GBG Australia undertook a series of geophysical surveys South Australia to assess ground conditions for drilling.

GBG Australia undertook a siesmic refraction survey in north queensland to delineate subsurface features.

GBG Australia undertook a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey at Chinamans Bend Cemetary near Orange, NSW to locate possible gravesites.

GBG Australia in partnership with BACTEC SE Asia Pty Ltd has once again utilised the EM61-MK2 Time-Domain EM system to help with the detection and recovery of UXOs in Victoria.

GBG Australia has carried out a geophysical investigation using Magnetics and Electromagnetics (EM) to locate featurs of possible Archaeological significance in Perth, Western Australia.

GBG Australia have carried out a non-destructive investigation on an historicly important bridge in south western NSW.

GBG Australia have carried out a geophysical investigation using marine seismic refraction in Papua New Guinea.

GBG Australia has carried out a geophysical investigation using Time Domain EM (TEM) to locate the Subsurface features in the Pilbara, Western Australia.

GBG Australia has carried out a geophysical investigation using Magnetics to locate the depth to unweathered material in the Pilbara, Western Australia.

GBG Australia has carried out a geophysical investigation using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) to located possible aboriginal burials in an area the Tanami Desert, Northern Territory

GBG Australia undertook a marine geophysical investigation utilizing Continuous Sub-Bottom Sonar Profiling and Continuous Underwater Seismic Refraction (CUSR) at Sidab Harbour, Sultanate of Oman.

GBG Australia have carried out a geophysical investigation on the grounds of Queensland’s oldest surviving building: Bankfoot House, Glass House Mountains.

GBG Australia in partnership with BACTEC SE Asia Pty Ltd has utilised time-domain EM system (EM61-MK2) to detect UXOs in Queensland.

GBG has utilized a High Frequency Ground Penerating Radar (2.0GHz) in its timber bridge investigation project in SA.

A geophysical investigation using Ground Penetrating Radar and DGPS has been completed by GBG. The aim of this project is to map the depth of bedrock at a proposed solar plant.

A geophysical investigation at Western Australia has been completed by GBG. The object was to provide information on the nature and levels of subsurface material at the site.

MIRA - a low-frequency linear ultrasonic antenna array to produce high resolution tomographical images of concrete. Now it's available for concrete structure investigations through GBG.

High accuracy GPS systems have been adapted in our Ground Penetrating Radar and Electro Magnetic survey projects. Now we can delivery our results in formats such as Google Earth kml, ESRI shapefile as well as 3D CAD drawing.

GBG Australia exhibited at The Concrete Solutions 09 conference in Sydney.



GBG Australia along with other associate companies recently went on a reconnaissance trip to Birdsville Queensland. Including the 700 km drive from Longreach it was a real insight in to the Aussie Outback.



GBG Australia went to assist the UK office with some resistivity surveys. Surveys to determine layering thickness will assist in planting a new wind farm near Edinburgh and moving a lighthouse to avoid land erosion.



GBG Australia on Nine News



Non-Destructive Testing Services
Geophysical Services
Contracting Services