The 2023 show impressed with a number of new features

The National 4×4 Outdoors Show has had another bumper year in Brisbane with over 27,000 people flocking to the Showgrounds over the three days.
Along with a massive array of activities, sideshows and presentations, the biggest and best brands from the industry’s leading retailers were all on display, many offering show-only bargains.
In total, almost 200 exhibitors and clubs set up for the three-day event, showcasing off-road camper trailers, tents, the latest 4WD models and aftermarket accessories, camping gear, fishing kit, and the biggest ever caravan display the show has ever seen.
Industry leading brands including ARB, Bob Jane, Caravan HQ, Hardkorr, Ironman 4×4, Just Autos, Opposite Lock, Patriot Campers, Driffta Stockton, George 4×4 Recovery Gear, Gwoks, CinnaBalm, All 4 Adventure, Sealink South East Queensland, RV Storage Solutions, Rhino-Rack, Red Dirt Diary, Tyrepower, Garmin, Fulcrum Suspensions, Anaconda, Jigging Lures, NRMA Insurance, Adjusta Mattress, TJM, plus many, many more were all on display.
“We are really proud to have once again drawn together all of the top companies that are focused on the outdoors, the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive with many expressing interest in returning next year, whilst our Sydney show set for July this year is already over 60 percent booked,” Event Director, Jon Perry, said.
The 2023 show impressed with a number of new features, with the Girls Day Out 4WD Edition proving popular, as did the teams from Budget Builds who were onsite and impressed alongside displays of their tricked-up vehicles from the popular online Series.
Also making his debut was Mick The Camp Oven Cook. With three campfire cooking demos taking place on each day of the show, visitors walked away with tips and recipes.
Leading the way of crowd favourites, The Outback Stage, again, hosted some of the finest and funniest Australian outdoor personalities, whilst the Proving Ground presented by MOTORAMA 4×4 More, allowed visitors to test their 4WDriving skills on the purpose built 4×4 test drive.
Attention now turns to the Sydney Show across 14-16 July, followed by the upcoming Melbourne 4×4 Show across August 18-20.

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