Australian History & Genealogy Expo 2016 – Exhibitor Registrations Now Open

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Unlock the Past are hosting another History and Genealogy Expo. And this one will be in my hometown of Adelaide, South Australia.

Here’s the when and where details so you can add it to your diary:

When: Fri 7 October – Sat 8 October 2016, 9am-5pm each day
Where: Immanuel College, 32 Morphett Road, Novar Gardens, South Australia

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By all means mark it on your calendar now, but the Expo isn’t open for general public bookings yet, but rather exhibitors only at this stage.

So if you would like to exhibit, you can now book your place at the Expo. And to those who have already expressed interest in exhibiting, you will need to fill in the booking form as well.


If you are associated with any genealogy, history or heritage groups, museums, archives, military history, sport club history, digital restoration, archival storage, researchers, genealogy/history magazines, online data companies, secondhand book dealers, heritage scrapbookers, book printers, chart printing, genealogy software, and any number of other businesses or organisations in this genre, Unlock the Past would love for you to exhibit. From initital interest there is likely to be exhibitors from most states around Australia.

There is also provision for those you can’t attend in person, or not all the time, to have a presence through an information/display only table, sharing stand duties with other similar organisations or supplying brochures to be available on the day.

The Expo will also feature guest presenters with talks throughout the two days, two mini theaters and a Research Help Zone (one-on-one) area.

For more information about the Australian History and Genealogy Expo, please contact Unlock the Past.
p. (08) 8263 2055

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2 thoughts on “Australian History & Genealogy Expo 2016 – Exhibitor Registrations Now Open

  1. Lyn Hamblin says:

    My name is Lyn Hamblin. I would love to go to the Expo when it’s opened to the public. I live in Portland, Victoria, so I’m looking forward to spending a few day there.
    I’m wondering when it will be open to the public?

    Kind Regards
    Lyn Hamblin

  2. Alan Phillips says:

    Lyn, the focus has been on getting exhibitors together, and then the speakers and program of presentations as soon as we can. When we have a bit more of this online we will get up the booking form for those wanting to attend – possibly sometime in May or June.


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