NetHui South is a unique two-day conference focussing on the economic, social and cultural opportunities the Internet provides New Zealand.

InternetNZ’s first ever regional Internet conference – NetHui South – is being held at Dunedin’s Otago University and Otago Museum on 23rd and 24th November 2012.

What is NetHui South?

This is an Internet conference with a distinctly South Island flavour. In common with its parent (national) NetHui conference, the defining feature of NetHui South is its community-led and participatory nature.

The overarching theme of NetHui South is ‘Shaping Our Future Together,’ a subject that addresses the varied and complex challenges arising from the Internet. In connecting local Internet issues to the international context, NetHui South provides a platform for involving and engaging local communities.

How do I register?

Costing a low $40 inclusive of GST, registrations are now open. You can register online here. We’d love to have you along!


Bringing together everyone involved with Internet issues, the NetHui concept is based on the format of multi-stakeholder collaboration successfully introduced by the global Internet Governance Forum.

The programme is being developed with a high level of community input.