Seniors and Carers Expo

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About the expo

The annual Seniors and Carers Expo has been a highlight on the Rockingham calendar for the past eight years, providing an opportunity for local groups and organisations, government departments and businesses to promote information about their programs, activities and services to seniors and carers.

The 2017 expo will be held on Friday 6 October from 10am to 2pm at the Mike Barnett Sports Complex, Goddard Street, Rockingham.

Admission is free, and free refreshments are available.

Please note stiletto-heeled shoes are not permitted in the Mike Barnett Sports Complex as they may cause damage to the floors.

For more information, contact the City on 9528 0333 or customer@rockingham.wa.gov.au.
 

Stallholder Information

Businesses, groups, organisations and government departments are invited to apply for a stall at this year's Seniors and Carers Expo. With more than 2000 visitors expected, the expo is a very effective way to reach your target audience.

There is no charge for stalls, and free tea, coffee and water will be available to stallholders and visitors.

For detailed information and a registration form, download the stallholder pack.

Registrations close Friday 14 July 2017 so apply early to avoid disappointment.

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Stallholder Registration Form PDF 438 kb

Parking and transport

Free parking is available at the Mike Barnett Sports Complex, with priority given to visitors with ACROD permits.

Dixon Reserve immediately behind the Mike Barnett Sports Complex will be available as an overflow car park and can be accessed from Dowling Street off Dixon Road.  A free shuttle bus will be available from the overflow car park to the venue to assist visitors.

The venue is located on public transport routes 548, 549 and 555 which includes access from Rockingham train station.  To plan your journey or for more information, visit the Transperth website or contact Transperth on 13 62 13.

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Thank you to our sponsors:


Community First, Volunteer Task Force and Care Options

 


 

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