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Australian Timber Flooring Expo - 2004
Rosehill, Sydney, Australia - 9th and 10th September 2004
Exhibition / trade show

The Australian Timber Flooring Expo is the only dedicated timber flooring show in Australia.

This year's show will incorporate a huge range of exhibitors, demonstrations throughout both days and a CITAB approved seminar program.

The Expo and Seminar program has been accrediated with 2 Continuing Proffessional Development Points per hour of attendance which means all visitors are entitled to recieve a maximum of 16CPD points through attending the show.

All visitors must registerto attend the show - for pre registration please visit

9th and 10th September 2004

9-5pm daily (GMT +10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Rosehill Gardens Racecourse

Seminar program will run throughout both days. Program will be released closer to the opening of the Expo. See details on the web.

Free - trade only

Contact for booking / more info:
Carrie Deane 61 2 9744 5252

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