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AGHA Sydney Gift Fair
The Australian Gift & Homewares Association (AGHA) Gift Fair is Australia’s largest industry-led retail trade exhibition. It will be held from Friday 21 February until Monday 24 February 2020 at Sydney Olympic Park.
Attendees can register for the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair 2020 in as little as two minutes. For first timers, there are four steps for registration. Previous attendees need only log in and confirm their details. After registration, you will receive free, fast-track entry into the Gift Fair. Please note that Sydney Gift Fair will close at 5pm on the final day, allowing additional time to meet, connect and do business with thousands of key decision makers and suppliers.
What should you expect from the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair
For 2020, the Sydney Gift Fair has been re-invented to offer more opportunities than ever before. You can expect:
- Innovative buying zones
- Specialty pavilions
- Hundreds of suppliers together under one roof
- Key events designed to inspire
- A unique opportunity to network with the industry’s best and brightest
What is the best way to get to the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair
Direct access to the venue, Sydney Olympic Park, is only a 20 minute drive from the city using the M4 tunnel. There are 2-hour free-parking spaces located on Grand Parade, Olympic Boulevard and Dawn Fraser Avenue. Sydney Olympic Park also offers over 10,000 parking spaces site-wide. If using a carpark, we highly recommend pre-booking a spot online.
If coming by train, Olympic Park train station provides direct access. The Sprint service, operated by CityRail, travels between Lidcombe and Olympic Park Stations daily, every 10 minutes. Additionally, a limited number of direct services also operate between Central Station and Olympic Park Station in the afternoon on weekdays and for some major events. Sydney Buses operate direct bus services to Sydney Olympic Park from a number of locations including Lidcombe, Strathfield and Parramatta. The ferry runs a daily service between Circular Quay and Parramatta stopping at Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf.
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