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The fair has been hosted at the International Convention Centre in Sydney’s Darling Harbour twice; however, in 2024 visitors will head to the Gold Coast Convention Centre for a change of scenery. | Source: Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
The fair has been hosted at the International Convention Centre in Sydney’s Darling Harbour twice; however, in 2024 visitors will head to the Gold Coast Convention Centre for a change of scenery. | Source: Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

Sales and sunshine: Australian Jewellery Fair heads to Gold Coast

With the Sydney Fair done and dusted for another year, Expertise Events has turned its attention towards next year’s jewellery industry schedule, beginning with a location change for the Australian Jewellery Fair (AJF).

The AJF concept was launched last year in a move to ‘kickstart’ the industry after the COVID pandemic, offering retailers a chance to expand collections and explore new products ahead of Mother’s Day.

The fair has been hosted at the International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Sydney’s Darling Harbour twice; however, in 2024 visitors will head to the Gold Coast Convention Centre for a change of scenery.

Gary Fitz-Roy, Expertise Events
Gary Fitz-Roy, Expertise Events
“We are thrilled to return to the stunning Gold Coast and provide an event that caters to Queensland's market needs while offering a unique opportunity for professionals from other states to seamlessly blend business with leisure.”
Gary Fitz-Roy, Expertise Events

Next year’s fair is scheduled for 24-25 March, with a more ‘intimate’ setting designed to encourage meaningful collaboration between buyers and suppliers.

Expertise Events managing director Gary Fitz-Roy said that with supplier bookings already positive, anticipation is high.

"We are thrilled to return to the stunning Gold Coast and provide an event that caters to Queensland's market needs while offering a unique opportunity for professionals from other states to seamlessly blend business with leisure," he told Jeweller.

“After a successful Sydney Fair, we’ll now do what we do every year – go back and review what worked and what didn’t, and formulate a plan to improve our events again for next year.”

On a positive note for suppliers, Nationwide Jewellers and the Independent Jewellers Collective are scheduled to host their annual general members conferences in the days preceding the fair, foreshadowing a strong buying group presence.

Prior to the AJF, the Melbourne Jewellery Fair will take place on 3-5 February. For further details and registration information visit jewelleryfair.com.au.

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