Relive TEDxSydney online

On Thursday 21 May, an extraordinary line up of Australians took to the stage at the Sydney Opera House to share their stories and ideas at TEDxSydney.

Amongst the speakers was the great-great grandson of Charles Darwin, brain surgeon Dr Charlie Teo, and a UFC kickboxer with a name that says it all-Nadine Champion. Along with a death row lawyer, a dictionary editor and a flamboyant trans hairdresser/social worker who travels thousands of kilometres across Central Australia, they took to the stage in front of an audience of 2000 people.

Relive them sharing their ideas, experiences, and courage, by watching the stream now.


Catch up on the #curiositycoffee conversation

As principal partner of TEDxSydney 2015, we encourage curiosity at every level. We believe the world would be a lesser place without curiosity and the people who are always asking questions and searching for answers.

That’s why as part of curiosity season we started the #curiositycoffee conversation where people could ask their questions from TEDxSydney on the day. Teaming up with TEDxSydney speakers and the University’s army of experts, we endeavoured to find the answers to a broad range of questions.


The University is a proud supporter of TEDxSydney as a forum for the exchange of ideas but has no role in selecting TEDx speakers. Views expressed by TEDx speakers do not necessarily reflect the views of the University.