FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A Hackathon is an event where people get together and develop awesome products, ideas or solutions in a short time span. Often held over 24-48 hours, these events are designed for the ultimate in collaboration, usually with a prize offered to the winning team.
A range of people from all walks, including farmers, academics, developers, industry bodies and the corporate sector.
agrihack will be held over two days Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd March, 2018.
Yes! We are looking for representatives from industry bodies, relevant businesses, academics, local tech companies, agronomists, design thinkers, farmers, farmers' families and more. If you are interested in being a part of an event that will help to shape the future of agriculture in Australia, apply to take part here.
No, you can submit an individual or team registration. If you are an individual, we will match you up with other individuals to create a team.
There is no cost to participate in this event. Travel and accommodation will be at the participants own cost.
There are several prizes to be won! Best student participation and best pitch will each receive $500. Best concept will recive $1,000 and the overall winner will receive $3,000!
Wagga Wagga is a short detour off the Hume Highway, about half way between Sydney and Melbourne.
To access a range of local accommodation options including boutique B & Bs, self-contained apartments, cabins and caravan parks, hotels and motels, click here.
CSU is located approximately 6km from the centre of Wagga Wagga. The town has ample transport including local buses and taxis.
The event on the 1st and 2nd March will be held at the CSU Convention Center (behind Joyces Hall - corner of Pine Gully Road and Pugsley Place)
Yes, Charles Sturt University has a library cafe and a full cafeteria where food and drink can be purchased, however we will also provide morning and afternoon tea, as well as lunch and dinner.
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