As the coronavirus situation develops, more and more events are being called off or postponed. In the wake of Perth last week, the Sydney Supershow is another victim to the new public health crisis.
The official statement reads:
The National Cabinet and now supported by the NSW Government’s Public Health Order directs that public events where there are, or are likely to be, 500 persons or more in attendance at any one time must not be held. In compliance with the government’s order, the 2020 NSW Caravan Camping Holiday Supershow is cancelled.
CCIA NSW CEO Lyndel Gray said, “There are 300 exhibitors and over 50,000 people that were expected to attend the Supershow from the 28 April to the 3 May this year. This is the first time the Caravan Camping Holiday Supershow has been cancelled in its 50 plus years history.”
CCIA NSW will be refunding paid ticket holders to the event as well as exhibitors.
In further addition, and one we all share the confidence of:
CCIA NSW advises that the NSW Caravan Camping Holiday Supershow will next be held from the 13 to 18 April 2021 at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse.
The Canberra Caravan Camping Lifestyle Expo from the 23-25 October 2020 and the Newcastle Caravan Camping Lifestyle Expo from the 5-7 February 2021 are going ahead as planned.
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