Brisbane Trade Day
Brisbane Trade Day is a great chance to visit horticultural traders of plants and services of exceptional quality. This is a TRADE ONLY event available to bona fide horticultural businesses.
Brisbane Trade Day is the ideal opportunity to see quality products, wander through the displays or sit back and enjoy breakfast with industry.
There are over 500 registered buyers including retail nurseries, hardware stores, landscapers, florists and allied traders. Approximately 40 dedicated standholders travel from around Southeast Queensland and northern New South Wales to participate in each Trade Day. Stock ranges from potted colour, seedlings, fruit trees, garden décor and accessories.
A monthly availability list is sent to all registered standholders & buyers during the week of each Trade Day.
- Wednesday 18 January 2017
- Wednesday 8 February 2017
- Wednesday 15 March 2017 – Autumn Trade Expo
- Wednesday 12 April 2017
- Wednesday 17 May 2017
- Wednesday 21 June 2017
- Wednesday 12 July 2017
- Wednesday 9 August 2017 – Nambour Trade Day
- Wednesday 13 September 2017
- Wednesday 25 October 2017
- Wednesday 15 November 2017
- Wednesday 13 December 2017
The Marquee, Brisbane Showgrounds
Car park entrance / access via Gate 5, O’Connell Terrace, Bowen Hills.
Free parking is available onsite
Time of entry for standholders:
Time of entry for buyers:
Time buying commences:
Stock cannot be removed before 8.00 a.m.
Types of stands available:
Permanent stands must be purchased in a block of 6 or 4 Trade Days at $145 per Trade Day including GST. To be eligible for a permanent stand you must be a full financial member of Nursery & Garden Industry Queensland (NGIQ).
Casual stands are available at $180 but spaces are limited so it’s first in, first served. If a permanent standholder is unable to attend one month, their stand will be offered to casual standholders.
New stands are available on a casual basis as a one-month trial. If a new stand-holder then wishes to become a permanent standholder, any casual standholder money already paid will be deducted from the cost of a permanent block.