A world where knowledge creates power for the many, not the few.


Open Knowledge Australia is a community volunteer driven initiative which every concerned citizen should support regardless of political affiliation. We are part of the global Open Knowledge network, established in the UK by Dr. Rufus Pollock. We bring together people who believe the world is a better place when we share our data, information and knowledge in the open, making us all wiser in our everyday interaction as open communities.

So what are you waiting for?  See how you can get involved!  Tweet @OKFNau or tell us how you want to change the world with Open Knowledge.

“Open Knowledge Australia is dedicated to promoting the creation, sharing and application of Open Knowledge in the Digital Age.”  The Open Knowledge Australia Board

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Global Census

Walkthrough for 2015 Global Open Data Census Updates

Last week at the Canberra meetup we were joined by Stephen Gates to discuss the Global Open Data Census. After organising a demo of the update process we’ve produced the following video to give everyone an easy to follow walkthrough on how to submit updates for this year. Please note that the deadline for updates […]

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Open Knowledge Canberra recap

It felt good to finally kick off an Open Knowledge Canberra meetup. For a long time I’ve been jealously reading the tweets and posts from the long running Melbourne meetups and wanting to be a part of that each week. Unfortunately, being based in Canberra, the science was impossible. And then Brisbane was rebooted to double […]

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