Calling all “sandgropers”, Georabble returns to Perth in 2015 starting with a mix bag of the interesting, the fascinating and the informative. Come join us on the 4th of March 2015 at Universal Bar (221 William Street) in Northbridge, kicking off at 5:30pm with networking. Talks start at 6pm. Register and grab yourself a free ticket while mixing with friends and geospatial peers, sharing stories and laughs free from the vendor rhetoric. Each presentation is light, relevant to geo-something and only 10 minutes long. More speakers to be announced soon although already on the line up are:
- Dr Ori Gudes: I tell health stories with maps
- Lainey Weiser: Taking technology and entrepreneurship into high schools
- Erik Champion: 3D platforms can help preserve our Australian heritage
Registrations now open go to Eventbrite to grab your ticket! We are calling for more guest speakers – if you have a spatial idea that you would like to share with a group of like minded people, we want you! Contact the GeoRabble committee asap to express your interesting topic in 20words or less, or email your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org A very special thanks to our local GIS experts NGIS who is sponsoring this event which we couldn’t run nor provide food to everyone without.
GeoRabble #10 – It’s a wrap!
Happy 10th Birthday to GeoRabble Perth!
The evening kicked off with mirth to the sounds of a downpour or two as wet GeoRabblers braved the weather and trundled into the warmth and a welcome drink to celebrate all that is geo goodness.
Happy Birthday to Us, Perth is now 10 georabble’s old. For our 10th Rabble, we want a rabble of epic proportions!
- Ross Currie
- Paul Lucey
- Rob Freeth
- Kellie Ireland
- plus more to be announced soon!
Date: 26th June, 2014
Time: Doors open 5:30pm, Presentations from 6:00 pm
Location: Universal Bar, William St, Northbridge
Format: A handful speakers, 10 mins each, usual rules.
Registration: Attendance is free, but for catering purposes we need you to register here!
Huge thanks to our Sponsors at the Department of Planning