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Rosehill Trailer Boat Show 2012 will be the biggest yet

by BIA NSW on 8 Mar 2012
Rosehill Trailer Boat Show BIA NSW
This year’s Rosehill Trailer Boat Show will be the biggest in the nine years that the show has been at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse.

The show set for 17th and 18th March will host over 60 exhibitors displaying a great array of trailer boats and all the gear for them.

Visitors will be able to see kayaks and canoes, electronics, fishing accessories and more. This is, of course, to complement the diverse range of new and used trailer boats that will be found at the show.

Popular with the entire family, attractions will include the giant Supertank complete with the now famous performing fish. Visitors will also be able to get the latest information from the NSW Maritime team and even renew or apply for a licence.

To keep the kids entertained will be the fun Kids Playland featuring a series of games and activities, parachute games, animal balloons sculpturing and magic tricks that will be conducted by the character Pirate Pete.

The show will have free entry for all visitors and ample free onsite parking.

The show will open from 9am – 5pm on both days. Rosehill Gardens Racecourse is accessible by car, train and bus. Accommodation at reduced rates for exhibitors and visitors is available in the surrounding area and can be booked via the event website www.bia.org.au/rosehill.

For additional information contact the BIA on 02 9438 2077 or 1300 7 BOATS (26287) or visit their website www.bia.org.au.

Show information
Rosehill Trailer Boat Show
17-18 March 2012
Rosehill Garden Racecourse, James Ruse Drive, Rosehill
www.bia.org.au/rosehill
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