Continuum is Melbourne’s annual fan run speculative fiction and pop culture convention. Continuum celebrates creativity across genres and media.  Our aim each year is to provide a regional convention where writers, artists, readers and film/TV buffs of all kinds can get together for a weekend of panel discussions, entertainment, and social fun. In 2018 the convention will be held over the Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend in June. We will be announcing the venue and further event details soon. You can sign up to our newsletter to receive automatic updates.

Membership prices

Earlybird memberships available now. Please note prices will increase on 15th July 2017.

  • Full Member – $155
    • Full membership to all four days of the convention includes publications and entry to Maskobolo.
  • Concession Member – $155
    • Concession membership to all four days of the convention includes publications and entry to Maskobolo. Concessions include Pensioner, Senior, Student and First Time Member.
  • Supporting Member – $50
    • Receive copies of all Continuum publications. You can upgrade from a supporting membership to an attending membership at any time, paying the difference in memberships.
  • Youth Member – $0
    • 16 and under. Must be accompanied by a full or concession member.
  • Day Memberships – prices released closer to the convention

Not sure if Continuum is something you want to attend? Friday is $5! Then if you want more you can purchase a day or weekend pass on the night.

Want to attend but funds are a bit tight? Please contact us about our needs based memberships.

Continuum is run on a not-for-profit basis and all revenue goes towards venue and equipment hire, transport and accommodation for our guests, and other convention specific expenses. Continuum conventions are supported by the Continuum Foundation.

To contact the convention committee, please email info@continuum.org.au. We’ll make sure your query gets to the right person!

Continuum Foundation is the incorporated body behind Continuum Convention.  While each convention is run by its own committee, the Foundation is responsible for all the ongoing aspects of ensuring the convention can run, and maintaining its not-for-profit status.
The Continuum Foundation is also available to provide advice and seed money for anyone who want to start conventions, clubs, or other projects of interest to Victorian fandom.
If you are interested in contacting the Foundation for any reason, we can be reached at confound@continuum.org.au