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Tickets now on sale for Adelaide Boat Show

by AAP Medianet 14 May 18:21 PDT 28-30 June 2019
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Tickets are now on sale for South Australia's most comprehensive boating show. The Adelaide Boat Show runs from the 28th until the 30th of June, relocated this year to the prestigious Adelaide Convention Centre.

Adult tickets to the show are $10, with children 6-17 years of age $5. Kids five years old and younger are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

To purchase tickets, visit adelaideboatshow.com.au and click on the orange 'Buy Tickets' button. Fill in the payment details and the tickets are subsequently emailed to the requested address. A printed version of the ticket, or the QR code displayed on a mobile phone or tablet, is all that is then required to gain entry to the show. You might even choose to buy tickets online for a friend or relative as a gift and then forward the tickets to their email address.

The popular fishing clinics are included with entry, as are the bumper boat rides for kids at the giant custom installed 35 metre demonstration pool.

Whether you're boating and fishing on the inland waterways of South Australia or prefer the open waters off the coast, the Adelaide Boat Show promises everything for this state's avid boatie, with new vessels, new tackle and loads of technology designed to make your day out even more enjoyable.

Visitors can also buy tickets at the entrance to the show, however organising tickets online is a great way to avoid any queues, and walk straight in.

If you want advice and guidance from industry experts, and a range of boats, fishing gear and boating accessories under the one big roof, South Australians and visitors to the state should be sure not to miss this year's Adelaide Boat Show at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

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