16-19 May 2019 Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Frequently Asked Questions

Please contact us if you can’t find an answer to your question below.

Travelling from overseas?

If you are travelling from overseas please visit the Department of Immigration website at www.immi.gov.au for valuable travel information. Residents from most countries require a visa to enter Australia. Please ensure you allow enough time for your application to be processed.

Click here for Visa application form.

What are the show dates?

The Brisbane Truck Show runs from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th May 2019.

Australian Heavy Vehicle Industry Week kicks off on Monday 13th May with events taking place across Brisbane.

What times is the show open?

Opening hours:
Thursday – Saturday – 10.00am to 6.00pm
Sunday – 10.00am to 4.00pm

How do I get there?

All the information you need is on the Getting to the Show page.

Is there parking at the venue?

All the information you need is on the Getting to the Show page.

Is there Public Transport available to get to the Show?

We’ve got a page that tells you everything you need to know. Go to the Getting to the Show page.

Is there food and drink available at the show?

The Brisbane Truck Show feature plenty of options for a coffee, a beer, a snack or a good hearty meal.

There are cafes located at the back of the main Hall 3 & 5. Merivales Café on the Ground Floor behind the escalators.

There are baristas located strategically all around the venue (and on quite a number of exhibitors stands).

Most importantly, the Plaza Terrace BBQ Bar is located on the upper level. If you haven’t been there before it’s time you did.

This must be one of the best known meeting places in Australia for the transport industry, even though it’s only open every two years.

If you can’t find your mate in the exhibition halls, that’s because they’ve found a cosy corner to have a yarn on the Plaza Terrace.

Don’t forget the Piano Bar. It’s a chilled out spot on the Mezzanine Level to have a drink, a bite to eat and listen to some laid-back tunes before tackling the next level.

Alternatively if you’re looking for somewhere to discreetly negotiate a deal on your next piece of equipment – this might just be your spot.

BCEC is renowned for its great food and beverage service.

Can you help with Accommodation?

Our Accommodation partner OzAccom will get you the best deal. Jump over to our Accommodation pages and compare room rates.

Is Photography/filming allowed?

Professional photographers and/or journalists must obtain a Media Accreditation pass.

Visitors are generally welcome to take photos at the Brisbane Truck Show and to share them on social media with your friends, provided you observe any signage prohibiting photography and filming.

However (close-up/detailed) photos of products must only be taken with the express permission of the owner/exhibitor.

If permission is not granted then the Event Managers reserve the right to:

  • remove the offender from the show. No refunds will be granted.
  • insist that all unauthorised photos are deleted.

Entry to the show is granted on the condition that these rules are abided by.

Is there Merchandise available?

There is great gear available on most of the truck manufacturer’s stands, and at various other exhibition stands.

Drake Trailers sell die-cast quality miniatures that are quite legendary and definitely worth a look.

How much are tickets?

Ticket Prices

Adults –

  • One day pass – $22 Online ($28 at door)
  • Two-day pass – $40 Online ($50 at door)

Concession

  • One day pass – $17 Online ($22 at door)
  • Two-day pass $28 Online ($40 at door)

Under 18’s – Free

Is the event wheelchair friendly?

All the advice you need is on the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre website. Visit the BCEC Accessibility page here: www.bcec.com.au/visit/accessibility/

Does the venue have ATM Bank Machines?

There are two ATMs situated on the main exhibition concourse on the Merivale Street side of BCEC and one located next to Olio Cafe & Bar on the Grey Street Ground Level. Other ATMs are available nearby in the South Bank precinct.

How do I activate my ticket?

Just go to the tickets page (hit the button on the top menu) then use the activation code on your ticket.

What is Australian Heavy Vehicle Industry Week?

Australian Heavy Vehicle Industry Week runs from Monday 13th to Sunday 19th May 2019.

It includes a great range of events, displays, activities and seminars both within Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre and across Brisbane.

It is built around the themes of safety, sustainability, innovation, caeers, knowledge and community.

Where do I find Exhibitor information?

Just head to the Exhibitor pages here.

Can I Sponsor something at the event?

There are a bunch of opportunities to partner with us. Go to the show partners page for more information.

How do I make sure I hear news about the Show?

You can subscribe for our regular newsletters.

Plus

Connect with us on Social media – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Just follow this link for more information and easy sign-up.

I'm from the media. Who can help me?

Please visit our Media Accreditation page for contact details and further guidance.

I need to make a delivery

Please contact the exhibitor who has contracted you or the Show Manager.

Full details about bump-in requirements are listed in the show manual.

Please note: No deliveries will be permitted through the front door of the venue.

Our contact details are here.

Who runs the show?

The show is owned and managed by member association Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia. More details here.

Tell me about the Brisbane Truck Show's history.

It’s an interesting story that stretches over 50 years. Check out this page and a few of the videos on this website.