Motto: "Computer Literacy - Education - Information" The Illawarra PC Users' Group Incorporated; commonly known as Illawarra Computer Enthusiasts or I.C.E.; is a growing non-profit organisation of novices, experts; computer professionals and casual users that began in the 80s.
We are based in Wollongong on the South Coast of New South Wales. Our current membership extends from Helensburgh in the North to Gerringong in the South. A General Meeting is held each month on the second Friday at 7:30 pm and on the fourth Saturday (February to November) 1:00 pm, of each month at the Unanderra Community Centre; Princes Highway; Unanderra. The meeting begins with a general Question and Answer time which is followed by an exciting guest presentation by a well known computer expert; who presents a live demonstration of the latest and greatest computer hardware; software or related service. These presentations vary greatly from month to month and always prove to be very interesting for all members.
The aims of I.C.E. is to conduct activities promoting the effective utilisation of personal computer by: advancing computer literacy; keeping members abreast of developments in computing and information technology; enabling members to exchange information and experiences; providing a forum for the exchange of views amongst computer users and between computer users and the computer industry; to foster these aims. I.C.E. conducts workshops and training programmes; publishes a newsletter 11 times a year; maintains a web page which can be accessed at www.illawarrapcug.org.au
Cnr of Princess Highway and Factory Rd, UNANDERRA, NSW, 2526
Meetings: 2nd Friday of the month. Starting at 7.30pm held at Unanderra Community Hall Cnr Factory Rd & Princess Hwy Unanderra. We also meet on the 4th Saturday of the month (February to November) 1:00 pm at the same location.