Held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre and Elizabeth Quay, the Club Marine Perth International Boat Show will take full advantage of the stunning Swan River location.

New boat displays will be featured within the Convention Centre and on water at Elizabeth Quay; plus the Show will offer exciting attractions, entertainment and activities for the whole family to enjoy.

  • Special guests: Paul Worsteling, Mark LeCras, Emma George
  • Engel Aquatank Fishing Stage
  • Seafood Cooking Stage with celebrity chefs Bart Beek and Josh Catalano
  • Festival of Sailing with sail boat rides for all ages
  • Tackers Sailing program
  • Australian reveal of Solliner solar catamaran
  • Getaway Outdoors WA Bream Kayak Classic Grand Final (Saturday and Sunday)
  • Old4New lifejacket exchange and Department of Transport safety demos
  • Hobie kayak, SUP and Mirage Eclipse demos
  • WA Speed Boat Club demos
  • Water Ski demos
  • RIB Challenge
  • Big boat displays in Elizabeth Quay 
  • New boat and product displays within PCEC
  • Super car Promenade display with Barbagallo 
  • WIN a Sea-Doo Spark OR Hobie Mirage Eclipse 

Buy your tickets online to receive exclusive show discounts.

More info

This event is organised by Boating Industry Association of WA

Price

  • Adults: $20
  • Concession: $16
  • Children (under 16 ): Free

Where

Elizabeth Quay

Geoffrey Bolton Avenue, Perth

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