2017 Canberra Home and Leisure show guide

If you haven’t managed to get a hard copy of the 2017 Canberra Home and Leisure show guide, here is the electronic version.

Bigger and better than ever, the Canberra Home and Leisure Show, presented by The Canberra Times, is on once again in 2017. Expanding on what was once just an exhibitor show, this year we’re bringing even more elements to the show to make it a more family friendly event and has something for everyone.  

You can expect to find our first ever Fine Food Hall in a freshly transformed pavilion which will be showcasing some of Canberra and the surrounding regions finest artisan foods, local wine, beer and spirits. 

The newest feature to the show is with Team D-Max (18+), who you may remember for the Royal Canberra Show, but this time you get to be involved as they bring their Iron Summit and Two Wheel Drive experience that puts you in the passenger seat as you experience what the Isuzu UTE capacity as a vehicle is.   

For the kids why not take the kids for a play in the Kids Play Zone and Petting Zoo, or take part in the Landrover Experience which is suitable for all ages. Uncle Juan will be providing some learn to bake opportunities and see what the fish get to see with the Berkley Supertank! 

The normal precincts will all still be in action and you get the capacity to see a wide variety of products, whether you are on the hunt for a new caravan or camper or want to check out the latest in camping or accessories there will be plenty to look and choose. Your next holiday destination might be on offer right through to some cool ideas to update or renovate your home! Don’t forget to check out the TJM or ARB pavilion for all your 4x4 needs or if you wonder what it would be like to live in a tiny home then here is your chance!

Finally, some great competitions will be run by many exhibitors over the weekend but don’t forget to check out the main prizes on offer through The Shed Company, TJM Canberra, Forty Winks and Dendy Cinemas. Entries can be found at each of their sites.