300 Network Partners and counting!

We’ve hit a special milestone – we now have over 300 organisations who have registered as Go Digi Network Partners. These organisations are committed to improving the digital skills and confidence of Australians right across the country. They include libraries, community centres, councils, not-for-profits and businesses who want to see people make the most of technology.

We believe that our Network Partners are essential to seeing more Australians using digital technology with confidence. They’re the community-minded groups who understand the people they work with and have a passion for seeing them understand technology and its benefits. Our partners such as eFriends, East Arnhem Land Regional Council, State Library of Western Australia, Maldon Neighbourhood Centre the and the City of Greater Geelong have all recognised that digital literacy and digital inclusion is important for Australians and are taking action to support their communities.


Our partners are already running fantastic digital learning events from one-on-one mentoring sessions to pop-up events such as Instagram walks, Etsy workshops and many more. You can see these events and where our partners are from on the Go Digi Map.

Without the work of the staff and volunteers at our Network Partners, many people would be missing out on learning about digital technology or wouldn't have somewhere to go to ask questions. Without them, the digital divide in Australia would be wider and deeper.

So, we say a big thanks to all of the Go Digi Network Partners who have signed on and we look forward to supporting you in your efforts to make Australia digitally inclusive.

As the National Year of Digital Inclusion continues, we’re looking forward to connecting with more Network Partners and seeing more digital education events happening around Australia.

If you know an organisation that’s actively supporting Australians in improving their digital skills and confidence, let them know that they can sign up as a Network Partner and be part of Go Digi and the National Year of Digital Inclusion