WordPress Ipswich February Meetup (Disaster recovery of your website)

This is a past event

15 people went

Little Tokyo Two - Springfield

Level 3, World Knowledge Centre, 37 Sinnathamby Blvd · Springfield Central, QLD 4300

How to find us

World Knowledge center is the first building on the right hand side, you'll need to do a U-turn at the roundabout to get to the car park. Parking is free after 5pm.

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This month, Tim Butler will be providing a practical way to test your backups with a "Disaster recovery deep dive", stepping through the process of what you have to do to both ensure your website is backed up and how to quickly recover it as well. The talk will be aimed at casual users and business owners, giving you plenty of free ways to ensure your site remains available.

The meetup will be held at Little Tokyo Two. The address is Level 3, World Knowledge Centre, 37 Sinnathamby Blvd · Springfield Central, QLD 4300.

Parking just near the building is reserved until 5pm to permit holders only, but after 5pm is fine (please confirm via the signage on the day). There's also a larger car park just down the road or the bus terminal right out in front for easy access as well.


If you have an idea or found a WordPress feature you didn't know about recently then chances are many others in the group may not know either. It could even be a recent plugin you discovered, we'd love to have you as a guest speaker to share your knowledge. Please see one of the organisers if you'd like to present, the more we share then the more we all learn!

Drinks and pizza are also provided, thanks to our gracious sponsors Little Tokyo Two, Ipswich Jets, Excite Media, Plesk and Conetix.

If this is your first WordPress Meetup, please don't be shy! You'll find a great community of users and developers who are all happy to share their WordPress wisdom and information.

The WordPress Meetups are community driven and focused. Anyone with an interest in WordPress is very welcome to attend, we have members who range from bloggers and basic business owners who use WordPress through to designers and developers who have high levels of knowledge.