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Five reasons to come to the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair

  • In association with the Australian Gift & Homewares Association
  • February 5, 2019
  • The Register team
Five reasons to come to the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair

If you’re in search of inspiration for 2019, Australia’s largest industry-led retail trade exhibition is just a few hours’ flight away. Here’s five reasons why you should attend the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair on February 23 – 26. 

Reason one:

It’s convenient. The AGHA Sydney Gift Fair collects big brands, design trends and new products into one site at Sydney Olympic Park, and Sydney is less than four hours by plane from Auckland. There’s even free parking for visitors at the venue.

Reason two:

You can prepare for the rest of 2019. February is a convenient time of year to assess the coming year – most retailers are well clear of the Christmas rush and ready to assign some time to planning and goal setting. 

The AGHA Sydney Gift Fair provides a great opportunity to assess trends and pick up exciting new products through special offerings like luxury buying destination Design Life and new brand space The Launch Pad. 


​Exhibitor: Summerboat Australia, Stand 3X15.

Reason three: 

It’s free for trade attendees. Find out how to register or confirm your details here.

Reason four:

Everyone will be there. Each year, the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair attracts thousands of retailers, corporate buyers, designers, stylists, specifiers and industry professionals looking to buy, learn and network.

As well as catching up with your peers, AGHA Sydney Gift Fair is a great opportunity to meet industry experts such as Interiors Addict blogger Jen Bishop, who will be holding a meet and greet on Saturday 23 February. Check out the exhibitor list here.

Reason five: 

It changes every year. In 2019, the key product categories have had a shake-up and 13 new categories have been introduced. They are: Smart Living, Australian Made, Baby and Child, Play, Learn and Grow, Health and Wellbeing, Outdoor Living, Home and Interiors, Entertaining and Dining, Give a Gift, Occasion and Celebration, Sustainable Living, The Fashion Edit and Retail Services. 

Even if you’ve attended before, the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair offers new exhibitors, new brands and new facilities each year, so there’s always plenty to explore.


​Exhibitor: Anstel Brands, Stand 4A3.

Find out more about the AGHA Sydney Gift Fair here.

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