A Caravan And Motorhome Under Sydney's Harbour Bridge?

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A Caravan and Motorhome Under Sydney's Harbour Bridge?

31 March 2009

Sydneysiders will today experience a unique sight of a caravan and motorhome positioned under the Harbour Bridge, set against the historic buildings of the Walsh Bay precinct. This rare sight marks the launch of the 2009 NSW Caravan, Camping, 4WD and Holiday Supershow at WatersEdge.

The Minister for Tourism, the Hon. Jodi McKay, will launch the start of promotions for the NSW Supershow which will be held at Rosehill Racecourse from 18 to 26 April this year.

The NSW Supershow offers visitors a wealth of tourism information, allowing them to plan their next NSW holiday all in the one location.

The Caravan and Camping Industry Association of NSW (CCIA) stages the popular NSW Supershow, now in its 41st year, which is hailed as the largest caravan, RV, camping and holiday show in Australia.

CEO of the CCIA, Barry Baillie, says that the NSW Supershow (18 to 26 April 2009 at Rosehill Racecourse) offers something for every budget.

"The NSW Supershow showcases over 500 caravans and other touring vehicles and
equipment as well as holiday destinations."

"Whether you choose to tow a caravan, drive a motorhome or stay in a holiday park cabin, the caravan and camping industry continues to be one of the best value of money holidays on offer."

Mr Baillie says that the theme of the NSW Supershow this year is 'Caravanning it's Magic' with Australia's top magician, Matt Hollywood, making a GOLF caravan disappear right before your eyes on three occasions during the nine day event.

"This year we will have a strong entertainment line up with Matt Hollywood amazing the crowds with a world first performance of making a caravan disappear and with beloved country music singer, Tania Kernaghan, playing twice daily with songs from her new album, 'Linvin' The Dream'".

"The NSW Supershow is also an eco-friendly event which provides calico bags to visitors to the event to promote alternatives to plastic bags when touring."

Mr Baillie says that in the current economic climate, more families may choose to return to the traditional caravan or camping holiday where there is something to suit every budget and a welcome hospitality to enjoy.

For more information visit www.supershow.com.au.

Media Contact: Maria Crema m: 0416 148 842 e: [email protected]

SOURCE: Caravan & Camping Industry Association of NSW
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