Rosehill Gardens becomes the beating heart of recreational boating.
The top marine dealers in NSW will gather for the welcome return to Rosehill for Sydney’s biggest Trailer Boat Show, operating from 10am to 5pm across both days of the weekend (April 7/8 2018).
With free entry, free parking, and the opportunity to view the latest in boats and general marine equipment, this rates as a “must visit” exhibition for boat owners and those aspiring to make their first purchase.
Whatever form or style of boating meets your needs, the Rosehill Trailer Boat Show will have something you will find appealing. Fibreglass or aluminium, runabouts and bow riders or specialised sport fishing rigs and inflatables. If it floats it will be there this weekend along with a splendid line-up of marine engines, electronics, and general nautical equipment.
It’s also a great show for those who love fishing, as Australia’s largest fishing demonstration tank returns. At 15 metres long, the glass tank holds 14,500 litres of water with live fish, presenting an educational and entertaining fishing experience throughout the show. Given the popularity of fishing with trailer boat owners, fishing rods and tackle are also featured at the show.
Along with the giant tank, the NSW Department of Primary Industries returns to the show, presenting all the latest information and guidelines on fishing in the state. NSW Roads and Maritime Services are also present to answer all your licensing queries, while the incredibly successful Old4New lifejacket program is onsite, where you can learn about the wear, care and servicing of your lifejacket.
This Trailer Boat Show is the longest running boat show in the state, with plenty of nostalgia mixed in with the latest boat and fishing technology. It’s a welcome return to Rosehill Gardens, especially with the free admission, free parking and a location accessible to so many fishing enthusiasts.
To find out more about the Rosehill Trailer Boat Show, visit the website at www.rosehillboatshow.com.au for up to date information. Alternatively, contact the Boating Industry Association on (02) 9438 2077.
Source: Boating Industry Association