Travelling with Us

Supported By: 
Transport NSW

The Best Entry that supports an improved Transport NSW experience for passengers traveling with us or planning their journey

With the release of the real-time transport network data there are opportunities to improve the citizens experience when traveling or planning to travel via Transport NSW services. Think outside the square for this prize category which aims to deliver a better experience for NSW Transport passengers. Perhaps you could crowd source data to improve network updates, visualise realtime data in a new way or mash up other data to provide more informed customer information.


Eligibility Criteria

Must use datasets from NSW Transport data hub


Team Name: 

The goal of this project is to build a tailored map designed specifically for the NSW transit network. The idea is to remove the clutter from standard maps and add emphasis on things that a customer on a public transit network journey would be most interested in.

Unfortuantly I wasn't able to get this project in a good enough state for the deadline, but I'm keen to continue to develop the concept post-govhack.


Team Name: 
Team AVataRR

generalised 3d visualisation tool

Flash me!

Team Name: 

We spend a lot of time waiting for things. From public transport, to waiting for family or firends, or even using the bathroom. 

Wouldn't it be great to have the opportunity to learn about things that you didnt even know that you wanted to learn about.

We wanted an app that could utlise these small bits of time, and gain something, just a little more. Learn about sciences? Animals, what have you.


Enter Flashme!

A flashcard inspired app that focues on short attention learning (be it a spare 5 minutes, 10 minutes). 

Education Hub

Team Name: 
The Pinnacle


Education hub - Helping students decide thier future.


Australia is a popular study destination with students from around the world wishing to gain a top-quality education. Each year, many new international students enrol in Australian courses and add to the already significant international student body around the country.

In 2013, 526,932 international students were enrolled in education programs in Australia. Of these, there were 231,186 international students enrolled in the higher education sector.