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NSW Caravan, Camping, RV and Holiday Supershow 2016

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by Gary Brown (subscribe)
I am a freelance writer and photographer from Sydney who has now had five books published on fishing. I also write for the Fishing Monthly Group and Australian Fishing Network. I also like to travel and experience new things to do.
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Caravan, camping gear & holiday suggestions galore
Do you like towing a caravan?

Do you like to go camping?

Do you like to go on holidays?

Well, if you do why don't get yourself along to the 2016 Caravan and Camping Show a Rosehill between the 9th of April and the 17th of April. They will have just over 300 exhibitors showcasing Tents, Caravans, Motorhomes, Campervans, Fifth Wheelers, Accessories, Camper Trailers, Camping Equipment, Holiday Parks, Luxury Cabins, Safari Tents, Tourism Displays, Fishing gear and much more.

Photo courtesy of Caravan and Camping association of NSW.


Not only will you be able to buy something for your next caravan, camping and or holiday experience, you will also be able to learn more about the following at the show:

Camping checklist.
Caravan and RV safety tips.
How to look after and use a tent.
How to tow your next caravan or camper trailer.
What to look out for when travelling with pets.
How to find a holiday that would possibly suit you and the family.
Photo courtesy of Oz Tent and Amazon Outdoors.
Photo courtesy of Exhibitor.

While walking around such a huge show there will be times when you and the kids will just want to sit down and chill out. Well, maybe not the kids. There will be a number of places where you can sit down and have a drink or two while having a meal. There are also a number of places where you may want to leave the kids for a short while if you decide to purchase a caravan or tent.

ENTERTAIMENT AND SEMINARS.[/B

Free entertainment and seminars. Photo courtesy of Exhibitor


CIL Insurance Kid Zone - Visit the indoor CIL Insurance Kids Zone and let the little ones be entertained.

Children can enter the colouring in competition to win Toys 'R'Us vouchers and all entrants will receive free CIL goodies.

Fairy Face Painter will be on hand to delight, transforming kids into superheroes, fairytale characters or their favourite animal.

There will be two jumping castles.

Meet the stars of Alvin and the Chipmunks Road Chip!

Photo courtesy of Exhibitor


Champagne Zone for the adults.

There are free seminars for you to attend and learn more about Caravan & Camping. These seminars will be held on Level 5 of the JR Fleming Stand, so keep an eye out for this.

[B]CLICK HERE FOR DAILY PROGRAMS.


The kids could get their face painted. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.


While going through the Caravan and Camping Association of NSW website I came across something that took my eye. They have installed a Virtual Caravan Park that will help kick start your next adventure.

Once you have brought up the page, all you need to do is scroll either right or left to start exploring. Once you have found something you like, all you need to do is click and follow the prompts. It's that easy.

RIGHT SCROLL.

Cabins
Dog Friendly Holiday Parks
Tents
Safari Tents
Site with personal ensuite.
Maybe Racecourse Beach Tourist Park will be your choice of place to stay? Photo courtesy of Racecourse Beach Tourist Park.

You can locate a pet friendly accomodation. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.

LEFT SCROLL

Caravans
Pop Tops
Motorhomes
Campervans
Camper trailers
Slide-Ons
5th WHEELERS
Maybe Camden Caravans will have the caravan you are looking for. Photo courtesy of Camden Caravans.

Click here to start scrolling.

ENTRY COSTS & OPEN & CLOSING TIMES.

Why not book on-line before you go and save yourself a few bucks.

ON-LINE TICKET PRICES.

Adults: Book Online $22.50 for a 1 Day Pass or $36.00 for a 2 Day Pass.

Pensioner and Senior Card Holder: Book Online $18 for a 1 Day Pass or $31.50 for a 2 Day Pass.

Children 16 years and under are admitted for FREE when accompanied by an adult.

Or if you are travelling by and feel the urge to check out the show you can always purchase your tickets at the gate.

GATE TICKET PRICES.

1 Day Pass Adult: $25.00 - ages 17 years and over

Concession: $20.00 Pensioner & Senior Card Holders

2 Day Pass Adult: $40.00 - ages 17 years and over

Concession: $35.00 Pensioner & Senior Card Holders

DAILY: 10am to 5pm, Except for Sunday the 17th 10am to 4pm

HOW TO GET THERE.

Public Transport:
It's a great idea to use public transport to travel to the Supershow to avoid parking delays. There will be a FREE shuttle bus operating every day of the show between Parramatta Station (The Loop Bus Stop on Darcy Street), Parramatta Wharf and the Supershow at Rosehill Racecourse.

By Car:
Travelling from Sydney CBD drive along Parramatta Road or the M4 motorway. If coming from the northern suburbs, drive along Victoria Road towards Parramatta. If coming from the west, drive along the M4 to Parramatta. In all cases, turn off into James Ruse Drive and proceed to the major intersection at the corner of the Racecourse. Here you turn right over the overhead bridge on to Grand Avenue. Travel a short distance along Grand Avenue and follow the parking signs for directions.

Travelling from Canberra you will drive up the Freeway/Hume Highway. Turn left into the Cumberland Highway then travel up to the M4 Sydney turnoff where you turn right onto the M4. Travel along the M4 and turn left off the James Ruse Drive turn off. Travel a short distance along James Ruse Drive, past the Rydges Hotel, to the main traffic light intersection at Hassel Street (BP Service Station on the corner). Here you turn right over the overhead bridge on to Grand Avenue. Travel a short distance along Grand Avenue and follow the parking signs for directions.

Travelling from Wollongong, you will drive up the F6 and turn left into Heathcote Road. Follow this through to the Hume Highway and then follow directions as per travelling from Canberra.

Travelling from South Sydney. On to King Georges Road through Wylie Park on to Roberts Road which then joins on to Centenary Drive. Continue along Centenary Drive, past the Golf Course and Cemetery. Cross the intersection at Arthur St and take the next left turnoff which takes you on to Richmond Road. A short distance along, turn left into Parramatta Road. Drive along Parramatta Road, pass McDonalds and turn right into Wentworth Ave, which is the street just before you reach James Ruse Drive. Then just follow the parking signs. Alternately, continue along Centenary Drive to the M4 turnoff where you turn right. Drive along the M4 to the James Ruse Drive turn off and then follow directions as per travelling from Canberra. Travelling this way along the M4 will incur a toll.

Travelling from Newcastle and the Central Coast you will need to drive down the Sydney Newcastle Freeway to the end and turn left into Pennant Hills Road. Follow this through and turn left into James Ruse Drive at Carlingford and follow through to the main traffic light intersection at Hassel Street (BP Service Station on the corner). Here you turn left over the overhead bridge on to Grand Avenue. Travel a short distance along Grand Avenue and follow the parking signs.

If you plan to travel to the Supershow by car and need a parking space. Click here for more information.

PRIZES TO BE WON.

Everyone who visits the Caravan, Camping, Holiday and RV Supershow is given a chance to win some great prizes. To win, all you need to do is pick up a Passport Competition entry form when you enter the Expo. You can win great prizes at the show by just making sure that you visit the eight check points throughout the Expo.
If you get it correct. You could win this as first prize. Photo courtesy of the Caravan & Camping Association of NSW.

Now that I have given you a run down on what's going to be at the 2016 NSW Caravan, Camping, RV and Holiday Supershow, I will let you know a little secret.

Do I like towing a caravan? Definitely not. But I would definitely stay in an on-site caravan.

Do I like to go camping? As long as the camp site has been set up and all I need to do is turn up.

Do you I like to go on holidays? Most certainly.

An example of a Motorhome. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.


So there you have it - if you are looking for something to do between the 9th of April to the 17th of April, you should get yourself along to the 2016 Caravan and Camping Show. I am sure that there will be something there for you.
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When: 9th of April to the 17th of April
Where: Rosehill Racecourse, Rosehill
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