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HIA Home Show Melbourne 2017
April 20, 2017 @ 10:00 AM - April 23, 2017 @ 7:00 PMTBA
The Housing Industry Australia Home Show is coming to the Melbourne Exhibition Centre from the 20-23rd of April this year. The event will run over four days, showcasing the best kitchen and bathroom products, as well as the latest home appliances, surface finishes, flooring, furniture and household consumables. The event will be the ultimate experience for DIY enthusiasts and trade professionals alike, with a schedule of live shows planned to inform and advise.
The HIA Home Show will be a great day out, regardless of whether you’re a trade junkie or not. For those attending to find the latest home ornaments or appliances, the Home Show will feature home products from more than 170 exhibitors. Among these will be some of the industries latest innovations. Products like HEATSTRIP electric outdoor heaters, REDi-lite Solar Hybrid Skylights and B.One Hub electricity management devices will be on display.
For anyone a little unsure about their home renovations, a team of industry professionals will be in attendance to solve any home woes. With a free booking, visitors can bring any plans or photos to discuss over a twenty minute period with some of Australia’s best home renovators.
If you’re being dragged along, don’t fret. The 2017 HIA Home Ideas Hub will give you new ideas about home renovations, trending interior designs and DIY projects that will suit any budget and construction prowess.
The Housing Industry Australia has added a huge range of exhibitors for their four day show this year. Among these exhibitors are suppliers and artisans from every industry, gathering Australia’s best craftsmen under one roof. From glass to grass and pools to kitchens, the Home Show can connect your product with thousands of visitors in the market for home wares or ideas.
To register for a site at the Home Show, head over to visitmelbournehomeshow.com.au/exhibit/.
The best thing about the HIA Home Show? It’s free! That is if you are a trade professional and register before tickets run out. Visit Exponews to secure your free ticket. All of the seminars and shows taking place over the four day period will also be free. However they are being offered at a first in first served basis. So it’s recommended that if there’s a show you are really interested in catching, you arrive ten minutes early.
Children under 14 will not carry a cost of admission. For everyone else, ticket information will be made available four weeks before the event.
How To Get There
From the site: The Home Shows are held in the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Southbank. A modern, fully air-conditioned venue, you can also enjoy several lunch cafes and coffee bars.
We recommend using public transport to avoid traffic and parking hassles. Getting to the Melbourne Exhibition Centre by tram or train is easy! Here are some tips:
Coming by tram?
Trams run every 6-12 minutes and stop outside the Melbourne Exhibition Centre:
• Tram lines 12, 96 and 109 travel along Clarendon Street from South Melbourne, Port Melbourne and St. Kilda and service the CBD via Collins and Bourke Streets.
• Tram line 70 runs along Flinders Street stopping on the north side of the Melbourne Convention Centre.
For all tram timetables view For all train timetables view ptv.vic.gov.au
Coming by train?
Southern Cross Station (Spencer Street) is just a short stroll from the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Trains run every 15-20 minutes.
For all train timetables view ptv.vic.gov.au
Coming by car?
**PLEASE NOTE: Car parking is limited due to construction at the Exhibition Centre. Please use public transport if you can!
The venue is easily accessed by the City’s roadways and freeways. City Link connects the centre with the airport in just 20 minutes. The Melbourne Exhibition Centre car park is located under the venue and is accessed via Normanby Street. For further information go here.
Coming by taxi?
Taxi ranks are located at both the Melbourne Exhibition Centre and the Melbourne Convention Centre as well as all major hotels, Crown Entertainment Complex and Spencer and Flinders Street Stations.