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A formal Partners' Programme will not be run this year

Due to the high overhead, and other viable options, we will not be running a formal Partners' Programme this year. Instead, we've made a significant amount of information available for families to plan appropriate itineraries.

The Conference will also be providing a mailing list for Parents to facilitate groups co-ordinating amongst themselves.


The conference intends to provide qualified childcare.

More information will be available closer to the conference.


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Geelong Emergency contacts

All emergency Services: 000

In Australia, 000 is the main point of call for all emergency services. 911 will not redirect to 000.


Barwon Health Geelong Emergency Department
(03) 4215 0100

Geelong Police

(03) 5225 3100

Geelong CFA (Fire)

(03) 5240 2700, Email [1]

Waurn Ponds (Uni Res accomodation)

03 5227 1158, Web [2]

On Call Linux Conference Australia Organizer

0484 112 896

Crisis and Mental Health

Lifeline Australia - Crisis support and suicide prevention
13 11 14
Beyond Blue - Support Service and referrals
1300 22 4636