Something for everyone at the Tauranga Home Show
The Tauranga Home Show is taking place at the Trustpower Arena this weekend.
In its 20th year, the event is bigger and better than ever, says Bay Events Managing Director Dana McCurdy.
“We’ve grown into the second court in the arena, the show is over 50 per cent bigger.
“All of the leading brands in the country are coming down to the expo.”
The Home Show, which begins today, is set to attract thousands of residents.
A new edition to this year’s event is the Lounge Expo, where some of New Zealand’s top selling lounge suites will be showcased on sale for three days only.
The Home Show has stalls ranging from blinds and beds to spas, white ware, kitchenware, and so much more; there is something at the Home Show for everyone.
Dana says a key highlight not to be missed at the Home Show is well renowned New Zealand cook Jo Seager working her magic in the BespOak live cooking theatre.
At 11am and 3pm daily, Jo will be cooking her focaccia bread and apple shortcake. Seating is limited, so event goers will have to get in quick.
Other special features at this year’s event include live music, an outdoor bar, food trucks and over $25,000 worth of prizes up for grabs.
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the doors open at 10am and the event will close at 5pm.
Tickets are $10 per person and they can be purchased at the door. Children aged 13 and under are free.
The entry today is two for one, so pay a visit to the Tauranga Home Show and make the most of this ticket special.
This playhouse is being raffled off for charity at the Tauranga Home Show.