Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia has announced the dates for the 2025 Brisbane Truck Show, which will be held across May 15 to May 18.
It follows on from the 2023 edition which smashed the show’s prior records, with a staggering 42,855 people through the doors across the four days of the event. This was 15 per cent more than the next highest attended Brisbane Truck Show.
Held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, it also featured more than 30,000 square metres of exhibitors.
HVIA CEO Todd Hacking says the challenge for the 2025 edition of the show will be to make it even bigger than the last – no mean feat.
“We are already well advanced on opportunities to grow and improve in 2025, and we will consult with all stakeholders as part of our review process and strategic planning for next year’s show,” he says.
“What started back in 1968 as an event to connect members with their customers has become much more than that.
“There are so many events that run alongside the Truck Show now, that make it a compelling opportunity for everyone to get together in Brisbane. And this evolution will continue in 2025 – plus some new exciting additions we can’t wait to reveal in due course!”
HVIA assures that the 2025 Show will once again boast largest display of the latest trucks, trailers, technologies, and parts and accessories across a week-long festival of trucking.
Events and activities will extend beyond the BCEC into the nearby South Bank Parklands and beyond.
These include the Heavy Equipment and Machinery Show at the Brisbane Showgrounds, held in conjunction with the Civil Contractors Federation Queensland, and the Heritage Truck Show staged at the Rocklea Showgrounds in association with the Heritage Truck Association.