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Please refer to [http://linux.conf.au/register/accommodation the main accommodation page on the linux.conf.au site].
 
  
You '''must''' book your own accommodation.
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== Daily Running BoF ==
  
Accommodation is particularly tight on the night of Saturday 30th January due to a major sporting event in Geelong on that day. We strongly advise that you arrange travel to arrive in Geelong on Sunday 31st January due to the demand for accommodation on the evening of Saturday 30th January. Do not leave it to the last minute to arrange hotel accommodation!
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A daily running BoF will depart form the Waurn Ponds Residences entrance at 6am.
  
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There are two nearby running options that get regular traffic.
  
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Also, depending on numbers, and interest, we may try some further afield trips such as driving to near Torquay to run some of the Surf Coast, walking track, or the beaches (depending on Tides).
  
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A good example of why we may wish to do that is [http://svana.org/photos/surfcoastcentury2014/websize/p1050258.jpg this photo] taken near Torquay at dawn, during a run (2 years ago).
  
Parking on Deakin University requires a permit between 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday. Tickets can be purchased via ticket machines around the University or by using the paybyphone app.  A day pass will cost $6.00 whilst hourly passes are also available at $1.50 per hour.
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Revision as of 16:17, 30 January 2016

Daily Running BoF

A daily running BoF will depart form the Waurn Ponds Residences entrance at 6am.

There are two nearby running options that get regular traffic.

Also, depending on numbers, and interest, we may try some further afield trips such as driving to near Torquay to run some of the Surf Coast, walking track, or the beaches (depending on Tides).

A good example of why we may wish to do that is this photo taken near Torquay at dawn, during a run (2 years ago).


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