Visitor Policy

 Registration is required for all trade visitors. Admission is free to trade personnel and a Visitor Badge must be worn at all times.


Canvassing or soliciting for business by non-exhibitors or unauthorised personnel during the exhibition is strictly prohibited. Prohibited canvassing activities include but are not limited to distribution of promotional material, wearing of heavily branded promotional attire and actively encouraging exhibitors and visitors to view goods and services in another location. Entry to AIMEX is permitted to trade visitors on the condition that they do not attempt to canvass products or services whilst visiting the exhibition. Any visitor attempting to canvass AIMEX exhibitors or visitors will be asked to leave.


Teachers MUST pre-register student groups with or call 02 9422 2534. Each teacher can supervise up to 10 students, and the teacher must be present at all times.

AIMEX is strictly a trade business event and it is not open to the general public. No primary or secondary student groups are allowed to attend the exhibition.


For trade visitors with children, please visit the registration desk at the entrance of the event to sign a disclaimer form before entering the exhibition to acquire an ‘Accompanied Guest’ pass for your child(ren).

No children are permitted under the age of 14 unless accompanied by an adult.

International Visitors

A valid visa may be required to enter Australia. For information about visas contact the Australian Embassy in your country.

Reed Exhibitions Australia Pty Ltd does not issue ‘Letters of Invitation’ to visitors that wish to attend the exhibition. The ‘Confirmation of Registration’ that is automatically generated and sent via email after successful online registration should be used by visitors when they are applying for a VISA to enter Australia.


Dates & Times
Tuesday 27 Aug 2019 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 28 Aug 2019 10am - 5pm
Thursday 29 Aug 2019 10am - 4pm
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