The Perth Caravan & Camping Show Rolls Into Town This Month, Here’s Everything You Need To Know
2021 will mark the 48th year of the Perth Caravan & Camping Show (PCCS), and it might just be the exhibition’s biggest year yet. With travel out of Australia basically non-existent at the moment, now more than any other time in history Western Australian’s are being encouraged to explore our own backyard.
And you can’t do that without learning up on all the latest info regarding recreational vehicles, caravans, camper trailers, roof top campers, camping equipment, accessories and more you’ll find at PCCS 2021. Setting up camp at Claremont Showgrounds from Wednesday 17 to Sunday 21 March, read on below to find out what’s in store and head HERE to book your tickets now.
Here’s what to expect:
Caravans, Camper Trailers and Motorhomes
We’ll get the obvious out of the way first! There’ll be hundreds of caravans, campers, motorhomes and more on display at the show, ready for you to explore and make some informed decisions, all in the one place.
Demonstrations and Seminars
Every day at the show you’ll have the opportunity to see a variety of different demonstrations, including:
- Learn to Tow and Reverse with Global Gypsies
- 4WD Basics with Eureka 4WD Training
- Camp Oven Cooking with Jo Clews
- Travelling Australia With Kids (TAWK) and Camping Queens Perth & Surrounds
- Tow Ball Sense with Caravan Weighing WA
- The Ecological Restoration of Dirk Hartog Island National Park
- Touring with the Hema HX-1 Navigator GPS
- And much more.
It won’t just be all about research though, and there’ll be a host of excellent local artists playing Friday through to Sunday, handpicked by the team at West Australian Music (WAM).
Kids Fun Land
It’s not all about the big kids of course, and across the weekend you can visit the Kids Fun Land, featuring free activities like a bouncy castle, climbing wall, farm animals and more.
6ix FM and Curtin FM will be broadcasting live from the show, including special appearance from John Burgess and Jenny Seaton, with plenty of expert interviews over the exhibition’s duration along with meet and greets.
The Piazza will be your home base during PCCS21, featuring live music, food and drinks, seminars and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Passport To Freedom Competition
Attendees are also invited to take part in the Passport To Freedom competition, returning once again with thousands of dollars worth of prizes, including a Freedom Pack from iTechworld valued at over $10K; a Kimberley Snapshot Cruise from Odyssey Expeditions worth more then $6K and more.
When: 9am-5pm, Wednesday 17 until Sunday 21 March, 2021.
Where: Claremont Showgrounds – entry via Ashton Avenue.
Tickets: Must be purchased online through Oxtix via THIS LINK. Adults are $20 and kids under 16 are free!