The future of Australias caravan and motorhome industryis on display onthe Australian Caravan and Camping Supershow circuit and Sydneycertainly picked up the ball at Rosehill Racecourse from April 14 to 22 with 86,756 people visiting the show over nine days.
The caravan and camping industry in
The caravan and camping holiday is an Australian tradition and one that is embraced by many family generations. The NSW Supershow is a showcase of the variety and breadth of our industry and a means for people to learn more about touring holidays, Barry Baillie, CEO, Caravan and Camping Industry Association of NSW (CCIA) told GoSeeAustralia today.
The industry is growing and the NSW Supershow is the one-stop-shop for all holiday and leisure needs to prepare travellers for touring domestically and experiencing the best that
The NSW Supershow raised the bar with:
86,756 visitors over nine days.
Attracted 18,424 entries in the Supershow Passport competition to win over $80,000 worth of prizes.
Distributed 40,000 free environmentally friendly calico bags to visitors to the show.
Chauffeured an estimated 20,000 people around the specially designed 4WD Track.
Held 54 free seminars educating visitors on fishing, travelling in a caravan or motorhome, 4WDriving and safety on the road. Is estimated to have achieved over $50 million worth of sales across all exhibitors.
Has offered the largest prize pool with the Supershow Passport competition.
This year, prizes were donated by Geist Caravans Motorhomes (caravan valued at $55,000), Camel Camper Trailers (camper trailer valued at $12,000), Polaris (quad bike valued at $3,995), Kangaroo Tent City (camping package valued at $1,500) and Evakool (fridge freezer valued at $1,300).
The NSW Caravan, Camping, 4WD and Holiday Supershow will be held from 29 March to 6 April in 2008. For updates and information, please visit www.supershow.com
The Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing Association of Australia (RVMAA) has created an industry environment which has produced the Highlander a caravan built by apprentices at the Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE. At Rosehillit was on the RVMAA Outdoor site number 517.
The immaculate caravan has been donated to Sydneys Westmead Childrens Hospital, who will use it as a fund raiser after the final show in the Australian Industry Super series the Brisbane Caravan and Camping Show from June 6 to 12.
Internally, the apprentice-built Highlander highlights the quality of caravans of the future.
The immaculate apprentice-built Highlander caravan
Glenn McGrath with Barry Baillie and Sylvia Franklin from CCIANSW