SWANCON XI — Australian National Science Fiction Conventions

from p5 of the SWANCON XI souvenir / program book. Transcribed by Doug Burbidge

1952 1st Australian Science Fiction Convention Sydney
1953 2nd Australian Science Fiction Convention Sydney
1954 3rd Australian Science Fiction Convention Sydney
1955 4th Australian Science Fiction Convention Sydney
1956 5th Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1958 6th Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1966 7th Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1969 8th Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1970 9th Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1971 10th Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1972 Syncon ’72 11th Australian Science Fiction Convention Sydney
1973 Advention 2 12th Australian Science Fiction Convention Adelaide
1974 Ozcon 13th Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1975 Syncon ’75 14th Australian Science Fiction Convention Sydney
1976 Bofcon 15th Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1977 A-con 7 16th Australian Science Fiction Convention Adelaide
1978 Unicon IV 17th Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1979 Syncon ’79 18th Australian Science Fiction Convention Sydney
1980 Swancon 5 19th Australian Science Fiction Convention Perth
1981 Advention ’81 20th Australian Science Fiction Convention Adelaide
1982 Tschaicon 21st Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1983 Syncon ’83 22nd Australian Science Fiction Convention Sydney
1984 Eurekacon 23rd Australian Science Fiction Convention Melbourne
1985 Advention ’85 24th Australian Science Fiction Convention Adelaide
1986 Swancon 11 25th Australian Science Fiction Convention Perth

bottom half of page filled with a picture of a large “12” against a brick wall with cracks and debris exploding out, and “SWANCON 12” written across the bottom.

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ASFDAP was set up in 2011 after the rediscovery by the wider SF community of an impressive hoard of Australian SF community related ephemera, fanzines and other materials in the Murdoch University basement.

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