Date and Location: 15th of November at Fishburners Sydney, Level 2-3, 11 York Street, Sydney, NSW

About PgDU

Do you come from a land down under? If so, then this conference is for you.

PostgreSQL Down Under Incorporated (known as PGDU) is a not for profit association established to support the growth and education of PostgreSQL, The World’s Most Advanced Open Source Database, in Melbourne, Australia.

PG Down Under 2019 is the second annual conference which provides a unique opportunity for PostgreSQL Developers and Users to meet, learn, grow relationships and generally get to know others that use PostgreSQL professionally or just for fun. It will take place on November 15th, 2019 in Sydney.


The conference aims to satisfy a wide audience by selecting a range of talks and presentations that are of interest to:

  • Database administrators that are already using PostgreSQL, or use a different database and are interested in PostgreSQL
  • Team leaders, architects and decision makers considering PostgreSQL as an alternative database to more traditional proprietary databases
  • Developers of many languages that have data persistence requirements or just wanting to grow their knowledge
  • IT enthusiasts who enjoy getting involved in open source

Financial Disclosure

PGDay Down Under is financially supported by our generous sponsors and it is organised by PostgreSQL Down Under Inc., a non for profit PostgreSQL organisation. Any proceeds from the conference belongs to PGDU and the funds will be used to support the growth of the PostgreSQL community in Australia & New Zealand.

No PGDU and PGDay Down Under staff receives any payment for their work.

Code of Conduct

PostgreSQL Down Under provides a friendly and supportive environment. Should you have any questions regarding conduct please see our code of conduct.

Our Committee

Rajni Baliyan


Matthew Kemp


Tyson Clug

Vice President

Randall McDonnel


James Sewell

Sponsorship Officer

Gary Evans

Committee Member

Stephen Frost

Committe Member

Thomas Munro

Committe Member

David Micallef

Committe Member

Craig Ringer

Committe Member


Committe Member