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Sydney Trailer Boat Show 2015

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I am a freelance writer and photographer from Sydney who has now had five books published on fishing. I also write for the NSW Fishing Monthly, Visit the Shire, Fisho App & Tackle Tactics. I also like to travel and experience new things to do.
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Sydney Trailer Boat Show set to be fun for all the family.

I love anything to do with the water. Whether it's salt or fresh, it doesn't matter.

On Saturday the 7th and Sunday the 8th of March, the Sydney Trailer Boat Show will be on again and guess what? It's FREE ADMISSION.

Sydney Olympic Par. Photo courtesy of Boating Industry Association.

What kind of boat are you looking for? Photo courtesy of Boating Industry Association.


The Sydney Trailer Boat Show has origins dating back to the early 1960s at Silverwater Park and the show has evolved to bring visitors a greater lineup of trailer boating, a segment that remains the leading and most popular boating type for Australians.
While there, climb aboard the boat of your dreams and have a look. Photo courtesy of Boating Industry Association.

Canoes. Photo courtesy of Boat Industry Association.

Visitors to the show will be able to see a great array of new trailer boats for most boating tastes with lots of gear for boating, as well as some fishing tackle. With more than 90% of all registered boats being less than 8 metres long, this show certainly covers the popular boating segments.
More boats and boat assessories. Photo courtesy of Boating Industry Association.
There will be over 50 exhibitors displaying a variety of items from boats, boating accessories, books, DVDs, fishing tackle and much more.

Some of as follows:

AFN Fishing & Outdoors
Boat Catch
Enterprise Marine
Good Times Marine
Hunts Marine
NSW DPI Fisheries
Solar Propeller Warehouse

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To keep the visitors entertained and informed, the Nautilus Marine Entertainment Stage will feature some great speakers. One not to be missed event will be "Classic Catches with Slippery Len Pascoe". The cricketing legend will tell you his fishing stories from the field.

Come and see Len Pascoe. Photo courtesy of Len Pascoe.com.

And if you want to bring the kids along, you won't have to worry about keeping the kids entertained. There will be a Bikini Bottom Beach Party. They could join Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star in the "Bikini Bottom Dance"; wiggle it out with the "Jelly Fish Jam"; take part up on stage in a game of "Seaweed War"; put their hula hip moves to some hula hip music; and jump on your surf boards and show us their wiping out skills in "Surf's up".
SpongeBob Square Pants and Patrick Star.Photo courtesy of Boating Industry Association.

The shows start at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. There will also be face painting and drawing fun at the Kids Zone. New to the show will be the Used Boat Market Place. Those not in the market for something new can have a look at excess summer stock the Sydney Boating Dealers have on offer.

LOCATION.
Location of Sydney Trailer Boat Show. Photo courtesy of Boating Industry Association.

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HOW TO GET THERE.

There is easy access from the suburban rail network with the Olympic Park station located directly opposite the showground entrance and for those who prefer to drive, there are numerous parking options, including street and relatively low-cost parking stations.

Transport
Sydney Olympic Park is conveniently serviced by bus, train, taxi and ferry services. The site was purpose built for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and has been designed to cope effortlessly with high volumes of visitors.

By Train
Olympic Park train station is on Sydney Showground's doorstep. The Sprint service, operated by CityRail, travels between Lidcombe and Olympic Park Stations daily, every 10 minutes.

By Bus
Sydney Buses operate direct bus services to Sydney Olympic Park from a number of locations including Lidcombe, Strathfield and Parramatta.

By Ferry
Visit www.131500.com.au to plan your trip.

By Car
Sydney Olympic Park has 10,000 car spaces located in car parks and on the street, conveniently located in close proximity to Sydney Showground.

Sydney Olympic Park is easily approached by road, with the M4, Victoria Road and Parramatta Road in close proximity. View map of Sydney Olympic Park.

Parking options:

- Free, time-limited, street parking for short visits.
- Casual parking is $5 an hour or $25 per day. Carparks P1, P5 and P6 are in close proximity to Sydney Showground.
- Over 400 accessible car spaces.
- Motor cycle parking available on Herb Elliott Ave and at selected car parks.

ACCOMODATION.

If you are looking to come for the weekend and you are looking for accomodation Sydney Olympic Park offers a variety of accommodation styles to suit your needs from budget to luxury options and everything in between.

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Boating Industry Association.Photo courtesy of Boating Industry Association.

Nautilius Marine. Photo courtesy of Boating Industry Association.

Supported by Nautilus Marine Insurance, the Sydney Trailer Boat Show will operate from 9 am to 5 pm on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 March.

If you get a chance, why don't you and the family pop into the Sydney Trailer Boat Show. You never know - you may see the boat of your dreams or you may pick up that something extra for the boat you already have.

And don't forget entry to the show is FREE.
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Why? See a great array of new and used trailer boats for most boating tastes
When: 7th and 8th of March 2015
Phone: Domenic Genua (02) 9438 2077
Where: Sydney Showground at Sydney Olympic Park
Cost: Free and open to the public
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