Last conference, we crammed over 250+ enthusiasts into the Conference Venue. And what a blast it was!

This year, we believe more attendees than ever are going to turn up for the Oracle user's event of the year in NZ. Don't delay - register now for the full NZOUG 2013 conference.


Registration Costs as follows:
Member Early Bird (no longer available) $795 + GST
Non-Member Early Bird (no longer available) $945 + GST

Member Standard $1,095 + GST
Non-Member Standard $1,245 + GST

One-day Training Workshops (Wednesday only) - now Free for delegates - $150 + GST (if purchased with full conference pass)

What do I get for that?
In addition to inspiration, education, insanely good speakers and a laugh or two, going to the NZOUG conference gets you:

  • 8 parallel streams of content over 2 action packed days!
  • The stylish NZOUG conference bag
  • Complimentary lunch, morning and afternoon teas
  • Free barrista coffee — we've got our own coffee cart lined up for you!
  • Dinner & entertainment at the Monday evening event at Mac's Brewery
  • A mesmerizing super time, catching up with old friends and making new ones
  • Discounted access to the unique Training workshops being held on Wednesday 20th March

I can only attend 1 of the days! - No problems, we have single-day passes.
Day Rate $650 + GST

I only want to attend a one-day training workshop on the Wednesday - we cater for this too:
One-day Wednesday Training Workshop $450 + GST


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About US

The New Zealand Oracle Users Group was founded in 1989. This independent group is for all Oracle users and is a forum to share ideas and interests. We are always open to new ideas about how we can improve the NZOUG so please send through your ideas.
Since the merger of Oracle, Peoplesoft and JDE we have joined forces with the NZ Peoplesoft & JDE users to create a large user group to assist all "Oracle" users in New Zealand to maximise their return on the investment they have made in what is now Oracle Technology.
We look forward to working with all Oracle Users in New Zealand to achieve this goal.