WordPress WordCamp

What a big weekend!  I attended, no, volunteered, at the Brisbane WordCamp held at the QUT City Campus.   I drove up from the Gold Coast in almost record time (well, it certainly was record for me, as other trips have been much longer), and booked into the Royal on the Park, opposite the Botanical Gardens.


That night, I attended a Mix and Mingle event at the Stock Exchange Hotel, but the noise drove us crazy.  The band in the main function room was so loud, and after a drink or two, some of us left by 8.30 pm.

I had company walking back to the Hotel, and knowing I was in for a big, busy weekend, I was soon asleep.

Volunteers were requested to be at the venue by 7.30 am.  It was a pleasant walk from the Hotel to the QUT, through the Botanical Gardens.  I’d love to have taken a lot longer and taken a lot of photos.  (Note to self:  Visit Botanical Gardens early one Saturday or Sunday morning!)

Initially, we had to wait for people and boxes of things e.g. t-shirts, lanyards, registration details etc, and soon we were joined by attendees.  It was a busy time in the morning.  I managed to get to a few sessions during the day.

WordPress WordCamp 1

Lanyards Saiting


That night there was an After Party in the Botanic Bar (QUT Campus).

WordPress WordCamp 2

Trees in the Botanical Gardens at Night.













It is the second WordCamp I have attended, and though some of the information in the sessions is beyond my understanding (and I am a Blogger, not a web designer), I sometimes feel overwhelmed.  There is an amazing amount of information and support for all.  Friendly.  Informative.  Useful.  Fun.  One thing that always impresses attendees is the food and coffee.  There’s always a coffee van, and lunch for the two days was great, and great food for morning and afternoon tea. Catering for the after parties is impessive too.

WordPress WordCamp 3

Morning Tea

Interested in WordPress/WordCamps?  Why not join a WordPress MeetUp – and continue linking with WordPress Users.

Share This:

About Di Hill

My business card says "Writer, Traveller, Camera Addict, Bamboo Fan, Workshop Presenter." This website will focus on my writing - and the workshops I present. Workshops on Blogging, Marketing for Writers, and Life Story Writing.
This entry was posted in WordPress and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.
Loading Facebook Comments ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.