The Australian National Field Days (ANFD) has a 70 year tradition of innovation and 2021 is no exception, after last year’s cancellation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, the three-day format take in Thursday, 21 to Saturday, 23 October at the picturesque Borenore location where the agricultural event has been held since 1966.
In keeping with the longstanding focus on providing much more than just a sales event, the ANFD staff and committee have put together a timetable of exciting educational events, demonstrations and hands-on activities.
The release of the ANFD new online booking system provides an opportunity for potential exhibitors to consider the advantages of attending in 2021. The value of meeting customers and clients face-to-face and demonstrating products in a flexible space is what keeps many exhibitors coming back year after year, as well as attracting new businesses. Statistics from the 2019 ANFD visitor survey showed that 81% of visitors did not attend any other field days, while 69% attended to purchase or enquire about purchasing a product or service. Nearly three-quarters of respondents in attendance last year owned their own property.
ANFD’s purpose-built facility boasts sealed roads, disabled access, well grassed sites, full sanitary facilities, electricity to most sites, onsite security, full catering and bar facilities, all in a pleasant bush land setting, with onsite staff to help exhibitors create the best exhibition possible to ensure you have a successful field day.
The ANFD provides excellent opportunities for exhibitors by making sure visitors have a great day out and will operate under NSW Health guidance with contactless systems for purchasing tickets, QR code scanning for contact tracing, hand sanitiser stations and social distancing.
The Australian National Field Days will be held from 21-23 October at Borenore. Visit www.anfd.com.au for booking link.