Calling all designers, innovators, business people, community members & data junkies!

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GovHack 2017 – Registrations are open!

CALLING ALL DEVELOPERS/DESIGNERS, COMMUNITY MEMBERS, BUSINESS PEOPLE & DATA JUNKIES of the mighty creative community on the Sunshine Coast – it's time to GovHack!

Join us at Spark Bureau from 28th to 30th JULY – for free food, great company, fast wi-fi and the chance to win CASH in local prize money! Collaborate with like-minded people, local business and passionate community advocates to build cool stuff with open data – and make you community better than it already is!

Register now – Go!

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