Q: How do I get to the Home Show?
A: Visit the how to get there tab under visitor information for all public transport and parking options.
Q: Can I buy from the stallholders at the Home Show?
A: Yes! Most exhibitors will be selling their products at the Home Show usually at a special Home Show discount.
Q: Can I pre-purchase tickets?
A: Yes, Tickets can be pre-purchased via the Home Show website 4 weeks out from the Home Show.
Q: Can I purchase a multiple day ticket – and is this a cheaper option?
A: Multi day tickets are not available for purchase online. You can however collect a complimentary return ticket to visit the Home Show another day from the information desk at the Home Show.
Q: Is there an ATM available at the Home Show?
A: Yes, however sometimes you need to join a very long queue, so we recommend getting cash out before you arrive at the Home Show.
Q: How do I pre book a session time at the Experts feature?
A: The Expert pre-bookings are available via the website a few weeks out from the show.
Q: What are the opening hours?
A: Opening hours are 9am – 5pm daily.
Q: Is there a cost to attend one of the seminars / lectures?
A: All our seminars are free to attend and seating is available on a ‘first come’ basis. Please visit our “What’s on” section to see what sessions you can attend!
Q: Are there cloakroom facilities?
A: No, there are no cloakroom facilities available onsite.
Q: Is there a café / food available at the Home Show?
A: Yes, there are large cafés at all our Home Shows, with plenty of vegetarian food also available.
Q: I purchased a ticket online, but the ticket and/or confirmation receipt didn’t come through to my email.
A: Firstly, please check your junk email box as the email may have been sent there. If it is not there please contact us on 03 9276 5555 or email [email protected] and we can send you through another copy.
Q: Do I need a ticket if I belong to the building trade?
A: Trade visitors get free entry into the Home Show.
Q: How much are tickets for children?
A: Children under 14 get free entry into the Home Show.
Q: Is parking available at the Show?
A: There is parking at the venue, and there are several parking garages in the area. Visit our “Getting There” page for more information!
Q: Who is the organiser of the Show?
A: Exhibitions and Events Australia (EEA) was established by Jane Ford, Managing Director. Its directors have 37 years of experience developing many of Australia’s best trade and consumer shows. Our focus is on staging excellent exhibitions that meet our client’s unique requirements, both exhibitors and visitors.
To learn more about us, visit our “Contact” page.
Health & Safety FAQs
What are the general health recommendations during the show as a result of the novel coronavirus?
The following guidelines are set out by the WHO and the Australian Government:
- Frequently clean hands by using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water;
- When coughing and sneezing cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue – throw the tissue away immediately and wash hands;
- Avoid close contact with anyone who has a fever and cough;
- If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing seek medical care early and share previous travel history with your health care provider;
- The consumption of raw or undercooked animal products should be avoided. Raw meat, milk or animal organs should be handled with care, to avoid cross-contamination with uncooked foods, as per good food safety practices
What are the first signs of infection of coronavirus?
Symptoms may include fever, cough, sore throat, nausea/vomiting, and difficulty breathing. Difficulty breathing is a sign of possible pneumonia and requires immediate medical attention. It can take up to 14 days for symptoms to show after a person has been infected.
What if someone has concerns about recent development of symptoms onsite?
Our central point of contact will be at the information office, which is staffed at all times during show hours.
What happens if detection occurs?
Once detection has occurred event security in consultation with EEA will notify venue’s First Aid Responders who will handle any suspected cases of the novel Coronavirus on site in accordance with current official guidance. This includes the rapid and safe removal of any suspected case from the venue via the emergency services as an immediate priority, with interim isolation implemented on site as needed, to ensure the safety of the patient and public.