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ADVENTURERS REJOICE THE NATIONAL 4×4 OUTDOORS SHOW IS BACK FOR 2024

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National 4x4 Outdoors Show

Calling all adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers! The National 4x4 Outdoors Show, Australia’s premiere outdoors lifestyle event, returns to the Brisbane Showgrounds from March 15th – 17th. Get ready for an exhilarating three days, filled with exciting activities and unforgettable memories, from Australia’s favourite pastimes.

 

This year’s show is shaping up to be one of best yet, with all the top products from the 4x4 aftermarket to the latest campers, caravans and accessories, outdoor adventure, and tourism and apparel, the event will also feature a host of interactive displays, informative presentations and live entertainment.

 

The 4x4 Show continues its evolution to inform and educate, presenting excellent value for seasoned adventurers, as well as those new to the outdoors world.

“We are thrilled to be bringing the show back to the Brisbane Showgrounds this March, and have plethora of new, improved and exciting features bound to excite even the most seasoned outdoor lover,” said Jon Perry, Event Director.

 

“Aussies love nothing more than hitting the open road and heading out bush for a few days of camping. Our show ensures they are fully equipped with all the right information, tools and accessories to make their trip easy and enjoyable.”

 

“To help them on their way, there will once again be a wide range of show-only specials and bargains, together with an array of interactive displays, tips and insider hacks, reinforcing the event’s reputation as a must attend.”

 

Key Highlights of the Event:

 

The Outback Stage: Serving as a platform for Australia's leading off-roading personalities, the stage will feature 4WD 24/7 hosts Shaun and Graham, Pat Callinan, Matt Baker from The Explore Life, Jase Andrews from All 4 Adventure, Brianna & Bridget from Red Dirt Diary, and Tyler Thompson.

 

Proving Ground: A perennial favourite, the Proving Ground will offer attendees insights into vehicle recovery techniques and tips from the experienced 4WD Queensland team, ensuring a successful outdoor adventure. Motorama's team will provide a unique off-road test drive experience.

 

Wildlife Encounter: Black Snake Productions will take centre stage, presenting informative and hands-on shows, offering attendees the chance to get up close and personal with Australia's unique native animals.

 

Mount Maxxis: Following its successful launch at the Sydney and Melbourne shows last year, Mount Maxxis will make its presence felt in Brisbane, featuring driving demonstrations by MadMatt to equip attendees with the skills and confidence to explore challenging terrains.

 

Isuzu Iron Summit: For thrill-seekers, the Isuzu Iron Summit will showcase an Isuzu MU-X climbing a 45-degree incline, levelling off, and then descending at a 45-degree angle – a fusion of carnival thrill ride and performance test.

 

Entertainment and Refreshments: The Outback Bar will host live music from Melbourne Country-Rock crooner Cush Ryder, offering a refreshing break before diving back into exploring the top products and deals. Alex Laneway, the dedicated food truck alley, will cater to culinary cravings.

 

Family Fun: Free entry for kids under 16, with the Kids Zone managed by Physi Kids ensuring continuous entertainment for the younger audience.

 

Club 4x4 Insurance Show N Shine: Participants can showcase their vehicles and vie for cash prizes and bragging rights.

 

To avoid the queues, ticket sales will continue to be available exclusively online, with single day tickets purchased prior to the show beginning on March 15, attracting a 15% discount using code: CATCHYA.

 

Two-day and three-day passes are also available, with children under 16 years admitted free, by pre-registration.

 

For ticket sales and further details, visit the interactive website at 4x4show.com.au/Brisbane, featuring an easy-to-use search function, plus the ability to create a wish list of presentations and exhibits you wish to attend.

 

Your next adventure is calling!


Contact details:

For all media enquiries:
Maree Mellett
National 4x4 Outdoors Show (Media Relations)
0414 609 006
maree@mediacomservices.com.au

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