FRC team 5584. Est. 2014



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Come and join us at one of our Robo Camp workshops! Held at three locations across the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Register on our website now!

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Robo Camp Registration

Please note: this particular robo camp is a private event, only available to MEC Co-op homeschool students. If you are interested in one of our library robo camps (available to the public), please be in contact via our email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 0490 261 882.

There is a registration cost of $90 for each robo camp, please follow the "Click here to Register" button to sign up...


MEC Co-op Mon-23-Sept-2019
9:30am to 3:30pm


Refunds: providing you notify us at least 7 days before the original event we will offer you a place on a future workshop. Unfortunately we are not able to offer refunds.

The schedule / program for the robo camps is available HERE.


The Great Return Of Robocamps

The Robo camps we ran over the Christmas holidays were so successful we are going to bring them back as a once a month event. We will be running the same fun and educational program, but we will be running them regularly throughout the year as well as over the Christmas break. Please keep an eye on our site for confirmed dates and venues, or email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will contact you when dates are finalized for priority booking.

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This means that we will be able to provide more young, enthusiastic engineers with the knowledge of Lego robotics and what opportunities that are out there for them and encourage them to keep an interest in a STEM based career.


Since our last robo camp at Knox library, we the students of IC Robotics haven’t been resting. Finishing our large FRC robot and competing at the Australian regional where we won the “image award” as well as performing well in the robot game and presenting to industry professionals our “Chairman’s award” speech and video. We also had the opportunity to show our robot to a suitably impressed Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull and foreign minister Julie Bishop. We are currently improving their robot “Mr. Basil” for the Duel Down Under in Sydney later this year.