COVID-19: Information for our customers.
After many weeks of monitoring the evolving situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), talking to the industry and consulting with our partners, we have made the difficult decision that Naturally Good will no longer take place on 1-2 June 2020 and the Business Summit will no longer take place on 29 May 2020.
The success, as well as the safety, of our exhibitors and visitors, has always been our priority and this continues to be the case.
For more detailed information regarding the postponement, please read the full statement from Diversified Communications here.
What is Naturally Good Expo?
Naturally Good Expo is Australia’s only business event that’s 100% devoted to all things healthy, organic and natural. As the largest event for healthy retailers, brands and practitioners in the Southern Hemisphere, it’s the place where serious buyers meet with suppliers for two days of business, networking, education and to celebrate the latest exciting opportunities within the health and wellness retail market.
When and where is Naturally Good Expo happening?
Who can attend?
Naturally Good Expo is a business to business trade show for professionals working in:
- Retail such as health food stores, natural/ organic grocers, supermarkets, pharmacies
- Food service such as café/ restaurants, hotels, airlines, caterers
- Industry practitioners such as naturopaths, dieticians, nutritionists, TCM/ Acupuncturists
- Distributors, wholesalers, importers, exporters, brokers, agents
As this is a business event for those people working in the industry, we ask visitors not to bring anyone under the age of 15 to the show. Proof of age and industry involvement may be requested at the door.
How can I attend Naturally Good Expo? Is it free?
Visitor registrations will be open closer to the show. Subscribe here for updates. There is a $30 door charge for those who do not register online.
The Business Summit is a paid ticketed event. Tickets will be made available closer to the day.
Can you tell me who is exhibiting?
The exhibitor directory will be available closer to the event.
Will I need to bring identification with me?
Yes. Proof of industry involvement may be requested at the registration counters or the entrance, and can include:
- A business card in your name; or
- Employee verification on company letterhead; or
- Evidence of membership of a relevant professional or industry association.
Do I need a Visa for Australia?
Most international visitors will require a Visa to enter Australia. Applications need to be made well in advance at the Australian Consulate in your own country or in some cases can be made online. It is not our company’s policy to provide invitation letters to visitors wishing to attend our shows. For more information on applying for a Visa visit the Department of Immigration website.
Can students attend?
Students enrolled at a tertiary level or registered apprentices may attend the show if they have the appropriate student identity card. All students will need to register online. Primary and Secondary school students will not be admitted, regardless of any courses they are studying.
Students must be mindful that Naturally Good is a business event. Exhibitors are present to engage in business conversations. Please be considerate of their time and of any promotional material available.
Can I bring my children with me?
As this is a business event for those people working in the natural or organic space, we recommend that visitors not bring anyone under the age of 15 to the show. This is for their own safety as there is equipment in operation on the show floor that could potentially pose a hazard to children. However, if you bring children along, please ensure they are supervised by an adult throughout the duration of the show.
Tertiary students with valid student ID will be admitted. Due to OH&S, prams, strollers and trolleys (ie shopping trolleys) are strictly not permitted at the event. Under no circumstances are any children permitted into the exhibition halls during the setting up and disassembling of the show.