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Melbourne Home Show

Melbourne Home Show

The Melbourne Home Show is a large exhibition about all things home and garden held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The Melbourne Home Show will introduce patrons to the best new products on the market and provide expert tips on designs, DIY projects and home maintenance.

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This exhibition is perfect for those looking to renovate or those interested in design. You can engage directly with experts on various subjects, including builders, interior designers and landscapers.

Some seminars are scheduled for the exhibition, which are free to attend. Patrons are seated on a first-come, first-served basis, so get there early to secure your seat. You can get a free 20-minute appointment with an expert for those with a specific question.

You will also discover new ideas for your home and backyard, including the latest innovations in the kitchen and bathroom space, as well as tips and tricks for making your next renovating job a breeze.

There will be plenty of prizes and giveaways, so come to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre during this exciting event.

For those wanting to attend more than one day, you can collect a complimentary return ticket from the information desk at the Home Show. You can purchase food and drink inside the venue, but no cloakroom facility is available.

The easiest way to get to the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre is by tram. Catch the number 96, 109 or 12 tram and get off at Clarendon Street. Alternatively, you can walk just 10 minutes along the Yarra from Flinders Street Station. Five carparks are available in or near the complex if you are driving.


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