For LAN party organisations and gaming groups with events located in Australia. LAN (Local Area Network) parties are community events where electronic gaming enthusiasts gather, to play multiplayer games with or against each other, using networked personal computer (PC) systems, and/or video game consoles.
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Area51 | LANTastic
A relaxed and informal LAN in Glenelg North, Adelaide, for ages 18 and over.
A monthly LAN party held in Bargo, New South Wales.
Community of Gamers
A bring your own computer (BYOPC) eSport and LAN gaming event, in Sydney.
A community of gamers that get together in Melbourne, Victoria, to play a variety of fighting games.
D'FAT | Tournarama
An activity for young people aged 12—25 years, which is run by the youth advisory group for the Derwent Valley Council in New Norfolk, Tasmania.
DAC Gaming | Uplink
BYO LAN and Nerf events hosted at Dapto Anglican Church.
Darwin Gamers Association
A non-profit gaming organisation in Darwin, supporting interest in multiplayer computer games and sharing computer knowledge, with aims to learn, play and have fun.
GGF Lan | Good Gaming Fun
LAN party hosted in Brisbane, Queensland.
HullabaLANza is a PC and Xbox LAN event run by Gawler LAN Party, LANmineSA, Vortex & XitH and the Barossa, Adelaide Hills and Gawler Councils.
LAN Link Network
See public LAN parties and video gaming events all around Australia, and find one near you! Includes a list, map, calendars of events, and forums.
A monthly LAN party held in Brisbane, Queensland.
Red Flag LAN Fest
A large LAN party held in the city of Perth, Western Australia.
Video gaming events run in Diamond Creek, Melbourne. Each event aims to raise funds for a disaster relief effort or charity.
A large LAN party held in the city of Melbourne, Victoria.
A social LAN party in Adelaide's south.
A LAN gaming event hosted in Western Australia, established in 2001.
XitH | Facebook
XitH is a not-for-profit quarterly PC and Xbox LAN party run by the Adelaide Hills Council.
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