Healthy & Active Ageing Expo
When: Sunday 1 March 2020
Time: 10am - 4pm
Location: Eltham High School
The inaugural Healthy and Active Ageing Expo is a free event for Nillumbik and Banyule residents, to showcase a range of health and wellbeing activities and services within the local community.
It will enable people of all ages to connect with businesses or organisations that provide information, activities and services to support healthy, active and connected living.
There will be a range of exhibitors from fitness centers, health professionals, service providers, community organisations and clubs, and there will be free activities such as:
- Healthy cooking demonstrations, tastings and recipes
- Bike n Blend smoothies
- Health checks
- Information sessions
- Fun exercise activities
- Giveaways and so much more!
This exciting, inaugural Expo is a collaboration between Nillumbik Shire and Banyule City Councils.
Interested in participating as an exhibitor at the Expo?
Local community organisations, businesses and clubs involved in health, wellbeing, nutrition, outdoor recreation, sport and exercise for people aged 55 and over, are invited to 'Apply now' and complete the Exhibitor Expression of interest (EOI) Form.
Not only is it a great way to connect to your market, it is an excellent networking opportunity and can assist your business/organisation to:
- Raise awareness of your services and activities
- Showcase your products and business
- Promote come and try days, memberships and volunteering opportunities
Before you apply, please ensure you download and read the
Exhibitor Information Pack(PDF, 694KB)
Click the 'Apply now' below and Complete the Expression of Interest form before Sunday 22 December 2019.
Spaces are limited so we encourage you to get in quick to avoid missing out.
Unable to exhibit but still want to participate?
If you are interested in running an activity or providing entertainment during the Healthy and Active Ageing Expo, we would love to hear from you! Please email Lauren.Brooker@banyule.vic.gov.au or call 9490 4365.