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Terms and Conditions

Cancellation Policy


Tickets can be reassigned to new attendees via our ticketing system until August 22 2018. If you do choose to made changes after August 8 2018, we cannot guarantee your t-shirt size will be availabile.

Privacy Notice

In the course of registering for the event and related events, personal information will be collected about attendees such as their name, contact details, etc. This information is required to facilitate registration to to the event, for catering requirements, and for organisers or their agents to contact particular attendees as and when required in respect of the event. Attendees who do not disclose this personal information will be unable to complete registration at the event and will therefore not be able to attend.

Personal information will only be disclosed to Linux Australia, and to Government agencies where organisers believe disclosure is appropriate for legal compliance and law enforcement; to facilitate court proceedings; to enforce our terms and conditions; or to protect the rights, property, or safety of the event, our attendees, or others. Linux Australia will not sell your personal information to third parties and will not use your personal information to send promotional material from any of our affiliated partners and/or sponsors.

From time to time event organisers update their information and website practices. Please regularly review this page for the most recent information about the event privacy practices.

All personal information will be kept private and used only for event registration purposes, statistics for future events, and convenience for future event registration.


The event may provide attendees with access to a wired and/or wireless network. The access to this network is a privilege and not an entitlement, and must be used appropriately. Inappropriate use includes, but is not limited to: unlawful activities, interfering with the equipment or network access of others and not respecting the reasonable expectations of privacy that attendees have for traffic flowing though the network.

Any deliberately malicious activities on either the wired or wireless networks will be grounds for instant dismissal from the conference (Without reimbursement).

If any attendees use the network inappropriately, then the PyCon AU 2018 organisers will take any enforcement action they consider appropriate. Enforcement action includes but is not limited to:

Beware that for security and operational reasons PyCon AU 2018 may both monitor and log network traffic.

Audio Visual

Event organisers may provide recordings of talks (audio and/or video) given at the event. This service is provided on a best-effort basis only. Any recordings will be released as and when they are ready, which may be some time after the conclusion of the event, and the recordings may be of varying quality.

Discrimination and Anti-Social Behaviour

PyCon AU and Linux Australia are proud to support diverse groups of people in IT and will not tolerate in any fashion any intimidation, harassment, and/or any abusive, discriminatory or derogatory behaviour by any attendees of the event and/or related events.

Examples of these behaviours and measures the event organisers or Linux Australia may take are set out in the Code of Conduct. By registering for and attending PyCon AU 2018, you agree to this Code of Conduct

PyCon AU reserves the right to refuse entry for any reason.


Students who register for a student ticket (if available) to attend the event may be required to provide event organisers with proof that they are eligible for registration as a student, such as providing a valid full time student ID card.


No venue used for PyCon AU 2018 will be serving alcohol.

Liquor licensing laws in Australia requires persons to be aged 18 years and older before they can lawfully drink alcohol. A majority of establishments who serve or sell alcohol will ask to be shown identification such as a Passport (non-Australian driver licences are generally not accepted) to proving they are 18 years old or older.


Anyone who lives outside Australia will need a passport and may require a visa to gain entry into Australia. Please contact your local Australian Embassy department to determine your travel needs. You should take into account the Cancellation Policy above and do this well in advance of the event.

Where a letter of invitation is required, one will only be issued by event organisers for accepted Speakers and Invited Speakers.