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There are few gaming conventions with a primary boardgame focus in Australia. The ones listed below are boardgaming centred and are family friendly. The intent at all of these conventions is to have families and new friends play together, but not to act as babysitters, so check any age restrictions before planning on your child going to the convention on their own. Most video game / role-playing / science-fiction conventions will feature some board gaming, but might not be suited to hopeful game players walking in off the street.

 

The Australian Toy and Games Expo (Sydney)

This convention is the biggest aimed at casual gamers. It runs over the Queen's Birthday long weekend (mid-June). It is based at Showgrounds (ex-Olympic venue) at Homebush.

There are many retailers as well as small publishers demonstrating their games. Lots of games are available to borrow.

In the evenings, the gaming moves to another venue.

More information at this link

Border Con (Albury-Wodonga)

This convention runs in Albury, on the NSW/Victoria border. It takes place on the Queen's Birthday long weekend (mid-June). It has been run in the Hume Inn Motel, which provides the gaming venue and also offers accommodation.

More information at this link

ConCentric Games (South Australia)

ConCentric takes place in the Barossa Valley, just an hour north of Adelaide. It's a family friendly event located at a motel crafted from converted railway carriages.

More information at this link

Con Vic (Melbourne)

This long-running convention generally occurs twice a year in Melbourne, most recently in Laverton. Organized by Julian Clark who runs Unhalfbricking Games, the convention offers a relaxed and family-friendly style. There are usually some informal tournaments as well as lots of open play.

More information at this link

Tasmanian Spring Gamesfest (near Hobart)

Tasmanian Spring Gamesfest is an annual gaming event occurring on the last weekend of November each year. A ticket includes meals and accommodation to allow you to get the most of your gaming. All Tabletop (e.g. Board, LCG/CCG, Miniatures & Roleplaying) gamers are welcome and there is a library of board games available during the event.

More information at this link

 

Other Conventions

There are lists of some other gaming-related Conventions at ConCentric Games and at Game Convention Central

 
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CanCon2015

CanCon in on Saturday the 24th of January 2015, Sunday the 25th and Monday the 26th (Australia Day).

This long-running games convention is held in Canberra, in the Exhibition Park (EPIC).

General entry is free and there will be lots of board and card games as well as wargaming with miniatures.

More details on the website

 

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