Get down to the Melbourne Home Show

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Looking for something to do this weekend? Got an itch to start a home reno project, whether inside the house or in the backyard? The Home Show has got you sorted.

Australia’s longest running building and renovation event, The Melbourne Home Show, is set to inspire and assist
thousands of Victorian homeowners, builders, renovators and local trade over three days from 16-18 August at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, South Wharf.

With over 250 leading brands under one roof, The Melbourne Home Show will be packed to the rafters with the latest building products, kitchens and cabinetry, bathroom fixtures and fittings, heating and cooling, interior and outdoor solutions, free seminars and expert advice!


Visitors will be inspired to ‘live a little’ as they take a walk down the inaugural Tiny Houses Expo, where the latest
compact and tiny homes will be on display. Whether you’re on the hunt for a cost-effective new home, looking to reduce your carbon footprint, tight on space or simply on the search for a simpler life, a stroll through the Tiny House Expo is sure to inspire.

For those looking for outdoor inspiration, a visit to the Open Garden designed by Full Potential Landscapes and
FormBoss, is a must. With a theme of Australian Made and Built to Last, the garden display is energy efficient, water conscious, spacious and smart. With flowing lines, this practical and functional design adheres to Australian climates and conditions and will showcase just how you can use Australia’s best in your backyard.

Visitors can also learn to bring their bathroom to life or create their dream cooks kitchen with a FREE 20-minute design consultation with one of the Kitchen & Bathroom Designers Institute’s very best designers at the KBDi Ask an Expert hub. Visitors are encouraged to bring their plans and design ideas for a personalised consultation with the experts. Prebookings can be made online and walk-ups are welcome.

Find new products, great savings and the biggest names in renovating and building including Australian Outdoor Living, Bora, BlockOut Blinds, Clover Kitchens, European Kitchen Group, Melbourne Polytechnic, Mondella, NextGEN Decking, Spa World, Stratco, Tesla, Vergola, Victoria Government and more.

Discount tickets are available to purchase online at melbournehomeshow.com.au. Kids under 14 are free.

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Justin Felix

Editor of ManSpace magazine, Justin Felix enjoys wrangling sharks from the beach, hanging out with his golden retriever whisky and collecting typewriters.

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