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The Sydney SSAA SHOT Expo is open at the following times:
9am-5pm on Saturday 20 June 2020
9am-4pm on Sunday 21 June 2021

SSAA SHOT Expo Sydney 2020 is being held at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, Rosehill NSW 2142

Rosehill Gardens is situated approximately 10 minutes from the Parramatta CBD.

With major developments underway in the region and three of the city’s major vehicular arteries – Parramatta Road, Victoria Road and the M4 Motorway servicing Rosehill Gardens, patrons can also travel by Ferry from Circular Quay to Parramatta and connect with a free bus service.

For guests driving to the venue there is free parking available in stations via P3, P4 and P5 entry off James Ruse Drive. Infield parking is available through Gate 2, entry from Unwin Street.

The Rosehill train station is located on the T6 Carlingford line. For the latest public transport information please visit transportnsw.info.

To ensure the safety of all attendees, there are strict guidelines for visiting the SSAA SHOT Expo, please CLICK HERE  to view the visiting rules. You must comply with these simple rules to be granted entry into the event.

Yes. All visitors to the show can collect a special wristband before exiting to allow unlimited re-entry for the day. Those who purchase a two day ticket must collect a special wristband upon arrival for unlimited re-entry over the two days.

Please note that wristbands are non transferable and will be void if they appear to be tampered with.

All visitors to the show will receive a free show guide upon entering the expo containing all the information you will need on the Expo, and what’s happening over the weekend.

An e-version of the list of exhibitors and map will be made available for download one month prior to the event.

In between checking out the exhibits showcasing hundreds of brands, SSAA SHOT Expo also has plenty for showgoers to see and experience over the weekend, including:

  • SSAA Field to Fork Demos
  • WGAA Working Gundog Demos
  • Undercover Shooting Range using air-rifles
  • Undercover Archery Range
  • R-Licence testing
  • Activities for the kids
  • Competitions and prizes

A full program of activitites and what’s on will be made available one month prior to the event.

Yes, SSAA SHOT Expo is an event for the whole family. Children 15 years and younger can attend however must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Outside of checking out all the exhibits, there will be a variety of activities at the show to keep the kids entertained. Kids over 12 years of age can even have a go at the Undercover Shooting Range, and kids of all ages can test their skills at the Undercover Archery Range.

Yes, if you have a valid firearms licence visitors are able to hold firearms under the supervision of a exhibitor/staff member. All firearms at the SSAA SHOT Expo are rendered inoperable.

Persons with a valid Firearms license, and a Permit to Acquire (PTA), can purchase firearms at the show, and you will be able to collect from your nominated gun dealer/store in the week following the show.

If you wish to purchase a firearm at the show, and do not have a PTA, exhibitors will take a deposit, and you will be able to collect at a later date from your nominated gun dealer/store once your PTA has been processed by NSW Firearms Registry.

Please note: PTA’s will not be issued on the spot.

Category A, B, C & H firearms/weapons will be on display and available for purchase.

Yes, ammunition will be available for purchase from select exhibitors. You will need to show your firearms licence to purchase.

NO. You MUST NOT bring any firearms or weapons of any kind to the show. There is a high level of security and police at the show and you will be refused entry as per the visiting rules.

Yes. NSW Police Firearms Registry will have applications at their stand at the Expo. To find out more information, please visit their stand or visit their website 

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