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Event Overview

The 2015 Melbourne Boat Show will be celebrating its 55th year when it opens its doors on June 12th to 15th, cementing itself as Victoria’s premier boating event!


Show-goers will find every type of boat from budget kayaks and tinnies to top-end cruisers, plus ski and wake boats, every type of engine and drive system, and all the lifestyle accessories that make recreational boating such a treat. From $100 to $1 million dollars, there’s a watercraft on show to suit every budget and beyond.


For experienced and novice boaties alike, the show features the latest in boats, innovation and accessories. The Boating Industry Association of Victoria has filled its massive under- cover space at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre with the latest and greatest in recreational boating products, information and safety advice.


If you are a fisherman or water sports enthusiast or just a family looking for a great way to spend time together, you’ll find it all at the 2015 Melbourne Boat Show.


In 2015 it’s all about a fun day out for the whole family with guest speakers Paul Worsteling, Lee Rayner and many more on stage. Kid’s can catch fish in the Shimano Fishing Tank and you can also meet V8 Supercar stars Todd and Rick Kelly. But it doesn’t stop there.


We’ve got fishing clinics, boat license testing, boat handling courses, heaps of food and drink and of course the wonderful Flathead Fred for kids with lot’s of space for parents to sit and relax.


Best of all, in 2015 we have a huge prize pool. First prize is an awesome, Australian Made Boat, Engine and Trailer Package valued at $50,000. Want to know more, hit the website at www.melbourneboatshow.com.au to find out more.


There’s a whole lot to love about the 2015 Melbourne Boat Show, so get on board now.

When

Friday 12th June: 10.00am – 9.00pm
Saturday 13th June: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday 14th June: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Monday 15th June: 10:00am - 6:00pm


Where

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
2 Clarendon Street, Southbank

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