Sunday, January 14th
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Sunday is all about getting there and getting settled. For those who don't know their way around UNSW, download the PDF map.
The colleges are located in the bottom left, and the Conference venues are the upper right near the Chancellery Building.
The Sir John Clancy Auditorium will be used for the larger talks while Mathews A, Mathews B, Mathews C and Mathews D inside the Mathews Theatres building will be used for most of the other talks. Also CLB 1 and CLB 2 will be utilised.
In the afternoon, keep your eye out for groups of hackers huddled around access points, hurling Frisbees around the village green, or in the region of the conf venue.
Dinner at the Lowenbrau
For those that will be in town and looking for food, Steve Walsh (clug_man on irc.freenode.net) has organised a group booking at the Lowenbrau Keller, a German beer hall located in the Rocks area of Sydney. If you didn't get back to him before the 23rd of December, don't worry, the venue is keeping 30-50 seats aside for people to come along and join in, but you will need to order off the ala-carte menu.
If you did RSVP and sent through the deposit, and you're a vegetarian, shoot Steve an Email by the 10th of January, so he can let the venue know.
On the night, you want to catch either the route 392 or 394 bus that departs from the NIDA side of Anzac parade. Both routes reach the stop at about the same time, between 6.40pm and 6.45pm. When you get to Circular Quay, walk up the hill to Harrington Street, then walk towards the Harbour Bridge until you get to Argyle Street. The Lowenbrau Keller is half way up the hill on the right hand side.