WordCamp Melbourne is coming in February


WordCamp is coming to Australia againโ€”this time in Melbourne. WordCamp Melbourne will be February 26th and 27th, at North Melbourne Town Hall. Tickets are $50 AUD, or $35 AUD if you’re a student. Of course, add a few thousand to that price if you plan on traveling to Australia to attend.

No word yet on the speakers, though if you would like to speak there is a form you can fill out. The schedule is loosely described on their site. You can follow updates on their blog, and they have an email list you can sign up for as well. If you’re on Twitter, you can follow them at @wcmelb. They also have a Facebook page for the event.

So, will you be attending WordCamp Melbourne? How far are you traveling to be there?

7 thoughts on “WordCamp Melbourne is coming in February

  1. Actually, WordCamp New Zealand is just like a week before that too, so if you’re travelling down there *anyway*, might as well hit both. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’d love to go, but there’s just no way. Maybe next time.

  2. Hey Ryan,

    Nice work on getting the word our there further for WordCamp Melbourne ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m very much looking forward to it!

    I applied to be a speaker a while ago and am eagerly awaiting their response. My business partner and I run two WordPress Meetup groups in different states over here and we love doing those so we can’t wait to attend our first WordCamp!

    Woootttt! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. What a nice day view of Melbourne! Those who will be attending the Wordcamp from other cities should plan to stay more days as there are quite a number of attractions there.

    Btw, you may be interested to find a Melbourne theme designed for Expedia here.

  4. I like how you didn’t post a picture of Fed Square or Southbank, it’s quite refreshing ๐Ÿ™‚

    Anyway, I’m looking forward to it myself, and thanks for posting about the conference! We should have a better idea of what’s going on with the schedule in the next few weeks as speaking proposals file in and sponsors jump on board.

    We’ve got people coming from Kathmandu, Bangladesh, the UK, the US, and (of course) New Zealand, so far, so it’s really turning out to be a great mix of cultures.

    Plus, we’re going to have WordPress cupcakes ๐Ÿ˜€

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