Exhibition Hall 5A (Southee Complex)
Sydney Showground
Sydney Olympic Park
On Showground Rd

2 & 3 August 2014
9am - 4pm

FREE ENTRY
WIN A HOLIDAY!
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Foundation Dinners

Please join us for Keynote address and Dinner with the NSW State Treasurer Hon Andrew Constance on the 12th November in Sydney.

With the proposed sale of Poles and Wires and other asset Sales in the wind learn what is on the agenda and what he sees as the priorities for Country and coastal NSW.

It is a great opportunity to learn and ask questions of the Treasurer. Please go to www.frdl.org.au/services.php for more information.

 

Visiting

Research has found that people considering relocating to regional, coastal or CountryNSW will not move ‘cold turkey’. It takes time, research, discussing the options and that is only if they know where they would like to move to. The CountryNSW Expo offers you the chance to view CountryNSW and plan a holiday or even win one!

Find out the benefits of visiting the coast, country and the outback by walking NSW in a day at the Expo. Research while you relax and plan your next holiday, conference or event.

  • Find out the best tourism hotspots

  • Research regional attractions

  • Liaise with professionals

  • View a wide range of CountryNSW holiday packages.

  • You could win a holiday!

  • Engage with your diverse Australian culture

  • Have a fun and FREE time

  • Interact with country NSW communities and businesses.

The CountryNSW Expo is held at Hall 5A (Southee Complex), Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park.

Please join us for Keynote address and Dinner with the NSW State Treasurer Hon Andrew Constance on the 12th November in Sydney.

With the proposed sale of Poles and Wires and other asset Sales in the wind learn what is on the agenda and what he sees as the priorities for Country and coastal NSW.

Please join us for Keynote address and Dinner with the NSW State Treasurer Hon Andrew Constance on the 12th November in Sydney.

With the proposed sale of Poles and Wires and other asset Sales in the wind learn what is on the agenda and what he sees as the priorities for Country and coastal NSW.

Please join us for Keynote address and Dinner with the NSW State Treasurer Hon Andrew Constance on the 12th November in Sydney.

With the proposed sale of Poles and Wires and other asset Sales in the wind learn what is on the agenda and what he sees as the priorities for Country and coastal NSW.

Jobs Board

Please click the link below for a full listing of jobs displayed by our Exhibitors at the recent expo.

Jobs Board [PDF]

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Are you an exhibitor? See the enhancements we have made to this years countryNSW Expo here.

Bus Companies from around NSW! You are invited to attend! Coordinate and research holiday coach tours at the countryNSW Expo. Find out more

Trade Family day - invite the travel and lifestyle media to "walk NSW in a day".

Government Funded Relocation allowances - what they are and whom they are for.
Move from Sydney to the country and you could be entitled to Government funded help.

Living

Do you have a negative idea about the country? Lets discuss the common myths.

The Myths

No jobs in the country:
Employers are always looking for experienced professionals, trades people and loyal workers. Often in the country the reason jobs seem scarce is because they are having trouble finding the right person i.e. you!

Education is not as good:
Education is not as good because education is a whole lot better! While some communities have fewer resources, the children are being taught with more compassion and care because of the smaller classroom. Less children, less distractions.

Housing return is not as good:
Wanting to buy an investment house or even a fixer-upper makes more sense in the country. The cheaper house prices and lower overhead makes an investment property a potential goldmine.

Healthcare is not as good:
When was the last time you walked into the GP and walked straight into the office? Your GP becomes your friend; you are not just as another patient or number. Their also tends to be less waiting times.

Nothing to do:
Fishing, biking, orienteering, golfing, sporting, camping, touring, gardening, reading, cooking, surfing, travelling, writing, playing, learning, coffee breaking, sight seeing, singing, yelling, walking, imagining, visiting, knitting, smelling, soaking, discovering, accomplishing, paddling, piloting, meditating, relaxing, swimming; anything you can dream of.