The home page shows a slideshow of featured events.
To book a featured event you need to choose a featured package.
Featured listings are randomly chosen to appear on the home page image box and are highlighted in search results.
Please note we cannot always guarantee a home page listing as this depends on the number of features listings live at the time – however we can guarantee the events will be highlighted in search results.
On our submit page you will find a number of listing options for your event.
Obviously the more expensive the listing, the more features you get.
It’s very competitive when you think about traditional advertising… take newspapers for example, it can be quite costly, only runs for a short time (usually only one publish) and you don’t get options for images, maps, rsvp details and full descriptions.
Once you’ve selected your preferred listing style, you click the package and follow the prompts. Simply fill out your event details, upload images if necessary and once it’s complete you’ll be directed to the PayPal or Credit Card checkout. (You will need to be a registered user to make a listing)
Don’t stress if you don’t have a paypal account – you can pay buy credit card without having an account.
Once your listing is confirmed by an administrator you can manage them via your ‘my account’ area.
The expiry of your listing depends on the package you’ve chosen when creating your listing.
Once your listing expires or your event passes your listing is removed from the public site.
You can still access your listing details in your ‘My Account’ page.
This site is for the purpose of listing and searching public events and places only.
This means events open to the Australian public without exclusion or preference.
By listing on this site you must acknowledge that your events may be attended by 1 or hundreds of new attendees. If you require an RSVP or tickets we advise you to make this obvious in your listing.
When an event or place listing is submitted it first goes to our administrators to check before being approved. Administrators may deny your listing if they do not feel it is an appropriate public event – or you may be contacted to clarify information.