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Queensland Truck and Machinery Show
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - Thursday 15th to Sunday 18th May 2003
Exhibition / trade show

The CVIAQ Queensland Truck and Machinery Show has been organised by the CVIAQ since its inception in 1968 (then known as "Brisbane Truck Show") and has grown into the largest display of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. It is recognised as the premier event in Australia for the transport industry showcasing the latest technology and products by manufacturers and suppliers.
Continuing the successful relationship formed in 1989, the members of the Australian Associated Equipment Distributors (AAED) will also be exhibiting. Consequently the show will again be promoted as "The Queensland Truck & Machinery Show."

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Thursday 15th to Sunday 18th May 2003

Hours are 10:00am to 8:00pm except Sunday which is 10:00am to 6:00pm. (GMT +10:00) Brisbane

Royal National Association Showgrounds (also known as the Brisbane Exhibition Grounds). The Showgrounds are situated in Gregory Terrace, Fortitude Valley on the edge of the inner city.

Contact for booking / more info:
Brett Wright

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