Open Knowledge Australia is a not-for-profit foundation established in 2011 and acts as a chapter of the Open Knowledge (Global).  Open Knowledge operates out of Oxford in the United Kingdom.  Open Knowledge Australia has a ‘Memorandum of Understanding’ with the Open Knowledge Board.

Open Knowledge Australia’s offices are based at the University of Melbourne and is governed by a board of representatives.  Find out more about the various Open Knowledge Australia roles, including Ambassadors (local and topic), Advisors and our Board members.

Open Knowledge was founded in 2004, has grown globally, and is dedicated to building tools, projects and communities that promote open knowledge in all its forms. It is a leader in this field nationally and internationally. All Open Knowledge chapters are organized around local working groups and collaborative projects. Each of these initiatives has a different focus, but all are united by a common set of concerns and traditions related to the widespread sharing of knowledge across borders between groups as varied as academics, public servants, entrepreneurs, data experts, archivists, hackers and web developers.