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Brisbane 4WD Show returns this year

 

The National 4×4 Outdoors Show, Fishing & Boating Expo is returning to the Brisbane Showgrounds from March 19th to 21st, 2021.

The 4×4 Show is said to be structured around a COVID-19 safe format, with tickets available only via online pre-purchase, meaning each person entering the Show must have a registered ticket, including all children and infants attending.

Ticket numbers are limited by the hour of entry, and once an entry time-slot is sold out, the website will display all other available times.

Patrons must select their preferred time of entry, noting that they will not be able to enter the Show before the ticketed entry time, while visitors can rest assured that if the Show is cancelled due to changed COVID restrictions, they will receive a refund on the ticket price, less any service fee.

Adults tickets are available for $20 each per day, pensioners are $17 (Pensioner or DVA Gold card only, not valid for seniors or concession cards), while children under 16 years of age are admitted for free.

Two-day bundles are also available for $35 each, and are valid for Friday plus one weekend day only, with the tickets non-transferable.

Combining the best products from the 4×4 aftermarket, to the latest in campers, caravans and camping accessories, to fishing and boating, tourism and apparel, the event also features a range of scheduled live entertainment, informative presentations, and interactive displays.

“Following a lot of hard work by all involved, we are thrilled that the National 4×4 Outdoors Show, Fishing & Boating Expo is back, with an emphasis on complying with the latest COVID-safe practices,” said Jon Perry, Event Director.

“A part of this is that strict crowd caps are in place, meaning that it is important to get in early and pre-purchase your tickets online via the Show’s website (www.4x4show.com.au/brisbane).

“Also, to allow in as many people as possible, we have extended the opening hours of the Show on all three days.

“The new extended opening hours are 8am to 6pm Friday and Saturday, and 8am to 5pm on Sunday.

“With the current emphasis on domestic tourism, it’s exciting that the industry will be able to meet once again and present the many great products, innovations and destinations that are available for everyone to enjoy locally.”

One of the new features is The Rig Gallery: Show ‘N’ Shine, a competition where 4×4 enthusiasts will come to show off their 4WDs, including highly modified specials.

Categories include Rough & Tumble, Tough Tradie, Terrific Tourer, Highway Hero, Urban Stallion, and Ace of Clubs, with entries now being accepted via the 4×4 Show website.

Another fresh addition to the Show will be the 4×4 Technical & Training Centre, with expert advice on a range of specialist areas preparing you for your next trip to Fraser Island, Cape York or the Simpson Desert.

The ever-popular Action Arena is back with non-stop thrills and spills, with entertainment set to be poured on by the nation’s number one stuntman Matt Mingay and his son Madzy Evel, as well as All Wheels Entertainment.

The Outback Stage returns with a fully subscribed program of presentations from some of the biggest names in off-roading, including Jase and Simon from All 4 Adventure, Pat Callinan (Mr 4×4), Shauno and Graham from 4WD 24/7, The Blonde Nomads, as well as Sam Eyles from Built Not Bought, among others.

The Proving Ground, presented by Motorama 4x4xMORE, will be bigger and better than ever in a new location within the Brisbane Showgrounds, with visitors able to experience a range of activities over a variety of simulated terrain and surface types.

Newcomers to off-roading can also learn the latest best practices from seasoned professionals.

The Reptile Kingdom will make a belated debut, with the public able to get hands-on with a wide variety of fascinating reptiles, while also learning about important snake safety tips.

The informative sessions seek to expel myths about reptiles, explain their importance, and inspire today’s youth to have a better understanding of flora and fauna conservation.

There is a range of ways to get to and from the Brisbane Showgrounds, including multiple public transport options, plus more parking than ever before has been made available onsite.

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