PerthTech

PerthTech 2021 is on 23rd October. 
                    
     
 









PerthTech in Springtime

We’re pleased to be able to announce that PerthTech 2021 will be on Saturday 23rd October, in beautiful Gidgegannup in the Perth Hills. October is the middle of Spring, and the Hills are at their blooming best at this time.




There will be the usual line-up of interesting technical talks with presenters from around the country, trade displays and a chance to attend free practical workshops on Sunday, at venues to be advised.





The Gidgegannup Recreation Club is a modern facility in a lovely bush setting.  You can watch a large mob of kangaroos at sunset grazing on the football oval.


Our Gift To You

PerthTech is offered as a gift to Amateur Radio by WA Amateur Radio News.  The day will cost you $20, which will pay for lunch and a couple of other things.  The actual cost of staging the event is in the vicinity of $50 per head, most of which will be covered by fund raising activities.  More on fundraising a bit later.


We’re planning a sundowner after the day’s conferencing - the bar will be open, and you’ll need to bring $10 for the barbecue.  You can indicate that you’re interested in the sundowner when you book your PerthTech tickets.


Tickets Required

PerthTech is a ticketed event, and prior registration is necessary.  Ticket sales will commence online on 1st July, and there will be a “Book Here” button on this web page.


Call for Abstracts

We’ve launched a call for papers from potential presenters. Those who submitted papers for last years’ cancelled event are invited to re-submit. Abstracts may be lodged HERE


What You Should Do Now

Mark your diary.  You dont want to miss this one. It's the weekend after JOTA, and there are no contests on.  Bookings open 1st July, and there will be a "Book Here" button on this page.


Interstate or Country Visitors

There’s a range of local accommodation options near Gidgegannup - B&Bs, Chalets, a Motel in Sawyers Valley, about ten minutes away, and down the hill in or near Midland, about 20 minutes away, there are caravan parks and motels.  


For pre or post PerthTech enjoyment,  the Swan Valley is just down the hill with a plethora of eating, drinking and quaffing venues.  Locally to Gidgegannup there’s the Noble Falls Tavern with good pub grub, a few more pubs ten to fifteen minutes away, and a collection of restaurants and cafes.