Australia International Dive Expo 2020 exhibitor registration is now open

Australia International Dive Expo 2020 exhibitor registration is now open

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Now in its fourth year, AIDE is back as part of the Sydney International Boat Show (SIBS) at the Interna­tional Convention Centre in Sydney’s Darling Harbour from 30 July to 3 August 2020. In addition to providing the scuba diving market a boost, growing its community by inspiring visitors to explore the underwater world, AIDE aims to give opportunities for the public to learn more about various aspects of diving and our planet’s marine ecosystems.

Visitors met with a diversity of exhibitors at the Australia International Dive Expo 2019. These included dive centers, operators and resorts, dive travel agencies, dive equipment manufacturers, dive training agencies, tourism agencies, and a variety of other businesses and organizations in the dive industry.

Now housed in a new space on Level 4 of the exhibition center, AIDE has a new setup and ambience over the five-day event, including a dive education program with presentations and forums on scientific diving, ocean rescue, dive medicine and women in underwater photography. With over 60,000 divers and boaters visiting the boat show every year, exhibitors enjoy extensive exposure, with ample opportunities to interact with visitors, making sales and reaching new audiences.

Welcoming students

Reaching out to the next generation, AIDE and SIBS will again welcome over 400 students as part of the dedicated school program for New South Wales Marine Study Schools, with various presentations and demonstrations.

Watch the video

Get a sneak-peek at AIDE, including highlights and features of last year's show and quotes from participants. Go to:

Exhibitor registration open

If you are interested in exhibiting at AIDE 2020, you can now register at Email:

Visitor registration

Want to visit the show? You can now pre-register at: For more information and updates, follow AIDE on Facebook and Twitter @AIDE Expo.


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