From ride-on mowers and tractor and tools, it will all be there.

IT’S time to mark your diary for November 4 and 5 for the Small Farm + Lifestyle Expo, to be held at the famous Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit.
This year will be bigger and better with some exciting new additions and initiatives to attract more patrons.
There will be something for everyone at the show with tractors, ride on mowers, ag bikes, garden tools, pumps, generators, chainsaw sculpture, sheep shearing demonstrations and so much more.
Many local companies and organisations will be exhibiting the latest farm machinery, implements, power equipment and cutting edge farm technology that will be of great interest to everyone.
Most of the main equipment suppliers have already taken sites again because they had a very good response previously with a lot of equipment being sold over the two days then afterwards at their dealerships.
Internal and external sites are still available and exhibitors should contact the circuit for more details.
Managing Director of the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit Fergus Cameron said the event provides the ideal way for exhibitors to build their brand awareness, generate new sales leads.
“Having the Farm Expo at the beginning of Melbourne Cup week means there will be plenty of people around not only in the region but on the Island itself,” Fergus said.
“Every weekend is busy here so the exhibitors should expect to see a lot of patrons.
“We are also looking at introducing some family friendly activities such as sheep dog demonstrations, face painting, shearing demonstrations and a lot more so it has a real family feel whilst also delivering quality products and prospects.”

Dedicated rough terrain area
A dedicated rough terrain area will allow for quad bikes, gators, Ag bikes and 4WD vehicles to be put through their paces and a working farm area will showcase the latest farm machinery, tractors, slashers and ride-on mowers.
You really couldn’t get a better setting for a Small Farm + Lifestyle Expo with easy parking and access for both exhibitors and patrons to the expansive grassed external sites being north and west of the pavilion flowing naturally into the purpose-built 2000m2 pavilion for internal sites.
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For sites call Paul Coleman at the circuit on 5952 2710 or