Bay of Plenty Home Show 2019

The Spring Home Show is now the Bay of Plenty Home Show!

The renamed Bay of Plenty Home Show returns to Trustpower Arena Baypark on the 18th, 19th & 20th of October 2019, celebrating 10 years of building dreams in the Bay of Plenty.

The huge 10th anniversary show will be bigger and more inspirational than ever before!

Browse, compare and draw inspiration from a huge range of over 200 exhibitors, from top of the line to budget conscious. Take advantage of exclusive show specials and giveaways that you won’t find anywhere else.

Check out our brand new ‘show within a show’ – The Backyard. Whatever you have in your backyard, we have it too! Tools, appliances, vehicles, lawn equipment … even some delicious beer options. Check out The Backyard and bring your outdoor space up to scratch.

See Annabel Langbein in the BespOak Live Cooking Theatre. Annabel is a hugely popular and well-loved name in New Zealand cooking. Known for her philosophy of living a Free Range Life, Annabel encourages you to enjoy the simple pleasures of exploring your creativity, connecting with nature and sharing food and laughter through the seasons.

Gather the whole family for a fun day out, including entertainment for children, huge door prizes, places to grab lunch, and plenty more.

Not just a show – a celebration of living in the Bay of Plenty! Save time, save money and find exactly what you need at the Bay of Plenty Home Show.

Door sales only $10 for adults, children 13 & under are free
Open 10am – 5pm Friday & Saturday, 10am – 4pm Sunday

Door Sales Only

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When
  • October 18, 2019 10am - 5pm
    Doors Open - 10am
  • October 19, 2019 10am - 5pm
    Doors Open - 10am
  • October 20, 2019 10am - 4pm
    Doors Open - 10am
Where
Baypark, 81 Truman Lane, Mount Maunganui

The venue features a state-of-the-art roof constructed using a special, clear span truss system. This means there are no beams or poles which could interfere with the exhibition or concert space. The auditorium opens out to large circulation areas which enjoy expansive views of the Papamoa Hills and out across Mount Maunganui. Internal features include… Read more »