Fresh off our announcement of the new dates and venue, registration to PAX Aus 2014 is now open!
There are a few differences this year to take note of:
- BYOC badges are now an additional purchase, so if you’re keen on having an allocated space for your PC in the BYOC area, you’ll need to purchase the BYOC badge AND the three day badge too.
- We have a new badge type this year, for those travelling from across the oceans to attend our show. International three day badges are available to anyone outside of Australia, to give them at least a chance to make travel plans.
- If you are worried about accommodation, we’ve bulk booked heaps of hotel rooms in Melbourne CBD close to the venue. Click here to see what’s available for PAX Aus attendees.
Get ready, as PAX Australia will be returning to Melbourne in 2014 at a new time of the year and in a new venue!
The show will be moving to the larger Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, and will be held from October 31st to November 2nd, 2014. With this venue change, we’re able to triple the size of our theatre spaces for next year, and there are exciting plans in the works for more international content and personalities to attend the show!
Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter pages for more details on when tickets will be going on sale!
Since the founding of PAX in 2004, we’ve had six simple rules to help keep the show safe and secure for attendees, speakers, staff and Enforcers alike. Over the years we’ve also implemented many progressive policies to make sure PAX continues to uphold these standards.
We want to share with you the specific details around each of these rules and policies, including the definitions and action taken. We all love our time at PAX, and making sure everyone is aware of what is and isn’t acceptable behavior will make sure every PAX is a community event we can all be proud of.
You can view the PAX Safety & Security page here: http://aus.paxsite.com/safety-and-security.