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So, get out that sharpie or pencil and mark the weekend of October 27-29 in your calendars. Yeah, even if you've moved all your dates and appointments onto one of those fancy new Palm Pilot devices. This is the stuff of permanent markers. Since its debut a few years ago PAX Australia has grown to become one of the premiere gaming events in Australia and its line-up of panels, fan events, and big game previews make it an event you won't want to miss.

"Australia's gaming community has given PAX such an incredible home here," said Jerry Holkins, co-founder of PAX and Penny Arcade.  "This year will see the fifth PAX Aus erupt in Melbourne, and there's every indication it will be the best one yet."


PAX Australia will once again be held in Melbourne at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and tickets are scheduled to go on sale March 14, 2017. Friday Only, Saturday Only, and Sunday Only tickets will cost $65 AUD, Three Day Passes will cost $165 AUD.



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