Over 250 exhibitors will display the latest in caravans, motorhomes, campervans, tent trailers, slide-ons, camping accessories and more.
Dozens of brand new models are set to be launched at the show, which will also feature popular seminars covering towing, solar and satellite communication, cooking demonstrations from the Cast Iron Boys, an enticing selection of food trucks and a kids’ zone.
Visitors also have the chance to go in the draw to win a luxury, Australian-built Bailey Rangefinder Nebula caravan valued at $69,990.
Show Manager Jason Plant said as caravanning and camping is the largest single segment of tourism in Australia, why not do it in luxury!
“Upon entry, visitors can collect their Passport to Freedom, visit all seven sites listed on the passport, and go in the draw to win the entertainer’s delight,” he said.
The lightweight Nebula is designed for couples or families and has two separate entertaining and sleeping zones that are uniquely separated by a door that can evolve the shower and toilet into a bedroom ensuite. It’s also packed full of features, including reverse-cycle air-conditioning, a fully-equipped kitchen including a microwave, a large fridge and freezer, and a 2.5kg top-loader washing machine.