The Australian Discworld Convention

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Nullus Anxietas 7a - The Australian Discworld Convention - will be held in Sydney on 8th to 10th April 2022

Due to the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to postpone the convention from its original dates.

We have posted more information here: Responding to the Pandemic and The Convention Moves...


The Australian Discworld conventions are run every 2 years for fans of author Sir Terry Pratchett, famous for his humorous fantasy books - especially the Discworld series. Nullus Anxietas 7a will be the eighth major Australian Discworld Convention!

The conventions run for 3 days from Friday to Sunday, and include panels, special guests, workshops, creative events, costumes and a Gala Dinner, all focussed on Terry Pratchett's works.

Old friends

If you have been to previous conventions, then skip ahead to the latest news on what we have planned.

Never been before?

The convention is a chance to meet other fans of Sir Terry Pratchett, have fun and share the humour of the books. Maybe dress up as a favourite character - many attendees do, but it is not compulsory. (Warning - do not come as a mime. If you have read the books, you will know why!)

We aim to pack a lot of fun into 3 days, running multiple events simultaneously and finishing late in the evening on Friday and Saturday. Everything is included in the 3 day ticket price except the Gala Dinner.

The conventions are run by fans, are not-for-profit but do raise money for charity. Like Terry's books, the conventions are family friendly.

You can find more details on the Newbies' pages here.
And answers to all those obscure questions (like what does "Nullus Anxietas" mean?) can be found in our FAQ.


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If you are interested in volunteering please fill in the volunteer form!


If you want to keep in touch with other Australian Discworld fans, find your local fan club and get involved! If there isn't one in your area, why not start one?


Latest News

Raiders of the Lost Con

Memorandum

From: Lord Vetinari, The Oblong Office, Ankh-Morpork

Subject: The Australian Discworld Convention 2022 - 8th to 10th April, Sydney

The Lost Con

As you hopefully know by now, sadly the Australian Discworld convention has been postponed until April next year. The theme remains Ankh-Morpork - Citie of One Thousand Surprises1!

Because April next year is such a long time away2, we wanted to do something fun to celebrate our lost convention. Thanks to the magic of the Omniscope, this will be a virtual event running on Saturday 3rd July 2021 - named The Lost Con …

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The Year of the Beleaguered Badger

Memorandum

From: Lord Vetinari, The Oblong Office, Ankh-Morpork

Subject: The Australian Discworld Convention 2022 - 8th to 10th April, Sydney

Happy New Year

We send best wishes to you all for The Year of the Beleaguered Badger. I know that many of you felt quite beleaguered last year, but we trust that things will improve this year and only the badger needs to feel beleaguered!

2021 The Beleaguered BadgerImage feegled from Terry Pratchett and Rob Wilkins on Twitter.

The Lost Con

As you all know1 we have postponed the convention until 8th - 10th April 2022. However, we plan to celebrate …

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Happy Hogswatch!

Memorandum

From: Lord Vetinari, The Oblong Office, Ankh-Morpork

Subject: The Australian Discworld Convention 2022 - 8th to 10th April, Sydney

Season’s Greetings

At the end of what has been a very different year, the committee wishes you all a Happy Hogswatch and Happy New Year. We look forward to seeing you at Nullus Anxietas 7a in 2022. 

HO! HO! HO!

What’s happening next?

Although the convention has been postponed until 2022, we are planning to celebrate the original dates in July 2021 with all our supporters and friends. The working title is “The Lost Con”. More details to come in the new year. …

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