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April 2018


Visitors will be taken down memory lane as ...

Sydney's longest running caravan show celebrates golden anniversary

Lyndal Gray Have your say

SYDNEY'S longest running caravan and camping show will celebrate its 50th anniversary this month.

The six-day 2018 Caravan Camping Holiday Supershow kicks off on April 24 at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse.

It is the Caravan & Camping Industry Association of NSW's longest running event and will be celebrating the significant milestone in the growth of the industry and businesses that underpin its success.

"Caravan and camping has been a favourite way for Aussies to holiday for decades and Australian businesses have been continually developing and innovating to meet the needs and desires of a growing market," CCIA chief executive Lyndel Gray (pictured) said.

"Last year we had more than 145,000 recreational vehicles registered in NSW and that figure continues to grow as more and more people fall in love with caravan and camping holidays.

"We have more than 470 member holiday parks in NSW, providing the facilities and service throughout the state that today's travellers need.

"The Supershow attracts over 55,000 people who recognise it as the best place to see a full range of caravan and camping products in the convenience of one venue.

"As part of our celebrations, this year we will also be featuring a vintage caravan and motorhome display, taking people on a trip down memory lane and back to the early days of caravan and camping in Australia."

The first Sydney Caravan Show was held at Concord's Cintra Park and as the event grew it relocated to the Royal Agricultural Showground at Moore Park and then the Yennora Woolsheds, before making its permanent home at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse.

Over 300 exhibitors will showcase thousands of products and latest innovations while expert exhibitors will offer information and advice on all things caravanning.

Family entertainment includes face painting, a jumping castle, reptile display, photo booth, as well as the Champagne Bar with live music, the Iron Jack Bar and The Smokehouse.

There will also be the Tents-up Feet-up Pamper Lounge with mini-massage or manicures, daily seminars and much more.

This year's Passport Competition offers a chance to win more than $89,000 in prizes, with the major prizewinner taking home a Rangefinder Nebula Caravan valued at $73,990 proudly provided by Bailey Caravans.

"The Supershow is a great place to see a full range of caravans, motorhomes, campervans, slide-ons, camper trailers, tents, caravan and camping equipment, 4WD and touring accessories, tourism destinations and caravan and holiday parks and much more," Ms Gray said.


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