We schedule a unique blend of expert-led content and self-directed learning and encourage attendees to run other activities like bushwalking, drone flying or knitting.
To get a vibe for the event, check out the videos from previous camps or our Twitter page.
We lodge at Lord Somers Camp which is located approximately a one hour drive from Melbourne, on the southern side of the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.
We are perfectly located overlooking the beach and nestled in the local wilderness of Somers.
Surrounding our campsite the local area hosts fantastic wildlife parks, natural and indigenous vegetation, hot springs, local wineries, and heaps more.
Come and discover our fantastic campsite, visit us at the corner of Lord Somers Road & Parklands Avenue, Somers, Victoria, 3297 .
CampJS values the diversity and inclusion of under-represented and marginalised people in tech.
We work hard to make the camp a friendly and welcoming environment. and do not tolerate discrimination or harrassment of any kind.
You can see the range of initiatives we’re working on, and suggest others on the Github issue tracker for the latest camp.
Diversity tickets can be bought on the Tickets page.
We do our best to make CampJS accessible to all. Our transport and venue providers have accessibility options available including wheelchair accessible buses, ramps, shower chairs and accessible bathrooms.
The venue provides ramps, accessible bathrooms and shower chairs and welcomes guide dogs.
Please contact us if you require assistance or additional facilities so that we can support your attendance.
We organise as much of CampJS in the open as possible on Github issues.
If you have a question or would like to suggest an improvement for the meetup, open a new issue. We'll respond within a few hours.
We’re always looking for people to help out. To find the right for you, just fill out our helpful Volunteer form and we’ll get in touch.