Registration opens soon.

Trade Registration

Trade registration is open to any professional working in architecture, design, real estate and construction, retail, wholesale and manufacture of interior products and furnishings.

The first two days of the show are restricted to trade professionals only, although your trade registration provides access to Interiors Australia and DENFAIR for all three days (Thursday, 10 February to Saturday, 12 February), including Public Day.

Trade Registration includes 3-day entry to the exhibition, all seminars, and networking events. The Opening Night Party is a separately ticketed event.

Opening Hours:

Thursday, 10 February, 10am – 7pm
Friday, 11 February, 10am – 5pm
Saturday, 12 February, 10am – 4pm

Trade Registration Fees:

Before 28 December: $50.00
After 28 December to 2 February: $60.00
After 2 February including on-site: $70.00

Public Day Tickets

Public Day will be held on the last day of the show on Saturday, 16 October. It connects the general public with design industry creatives. This is your opportunity to experience the premier event that interior designers, architects and stylists look to for what’s new, what’s best, and what’s next in design trends, products, materials and furniture.

Whether you’re undertaking a renovation, planning to build a new home, or just after some inspiration for a room makeover, Interiors Australia offers everything you need for your interior project.

From furniture, lighting, flooring and rugs to surface materials, textiles, kitchen and bath, the show offers thousands of products to explore and shop – both from independent makers and established manufacturers.

Opening Hours:

Saturday, 12 February, 10am – 4pm

Ticket Prices for Public Day:

Buy online before 28 December: $20.00
Buy online after 28 December: $30.00
Buy tickets at the door: $40.00

Children under 12 free

Terms & Conditions of Entry

Admission on Thursday, 10 February and Friday, 11 February 2022

Admission on the above days is restricted to business professionals working in design, architecture, interiors, and the built environment. Persons not in these categories will not be admitted on these days. Proof of identity and industry involvement may be requested at the door.

The above days are classified as Business Trade Days. These days are not recommended for children and students under the age of 16. If attending, babies and small children must be securely fastened into a backpack or stroller. This applies to the children of both visitors and exhibitors. Under no circumstances are any children permitted into the exhibition halls during ‘move in’ and ‘move out’ of the show. The organiser takes no responsibility for any accidents or injuries onsite.

Dress attire is business or smart casual with appropriate footwear.

Admission on Saturday, 12 February 2022

Admission on the above day is open to the general public including students.

All visitors are required to register. The organisers will record your details in a secure database in order to produce a badge, generate statistics and to contact you via mail, email, SMS or social media with information about the event/s and future editions of the event/s.

Visitors agree they will not promote their products or services to exhibitors while attending the event. Visitors found in breach of this rule may be asked to leave the event immediately and be refused entry to future events.

Visitors agree they will not photograph or video inside the venue without prior consent from the exhibitor or the organisers. Visitors found in breach of this rule may be asked to leave the event immediately and be refused entry to future events.

By registering to attend Interiors Australia and DENFAIR or any associated event, you automatically consent to National Media using event photography and video in which you may appear for future marketing.

We reserve the right to change any event schedules without notification due to unforeseen circumstances.


Collection Notice

The organisers will record your details in a secure database in order to produce a badge, generate statistics and to contact you via mail, email, SMS and social media channels with information about the show, future editions of the show and other shows that are relevant to you. Some exhibitors are equipped with scanning devices at the show, by allowing your badge to be scanned by individual exhibitors during the show, you agree to being communicated to by the individual exhibitor via mail, email or SMS.

COVID-Safe Terms & Conditions

Thank you for your interest in attending Interiors Australia and DENFAIR. We kindly ask that you take note of the changes to our Terms & Conditions of Entry below in line with our COVID-Safe Plan to ensure a safe and enjoyable show experience for everyone.

All attendees must register online with accurate contact information including name, contact number and email address, which in addition to being held in a secure database by the Organiser, will assist with contact tracing where required.

All attendees will undergo a bag and ID check for security purposes and to verify identification. If you are unable to present a valid ID on request, access to the event will be denied.

Exhibition badges will be issued at registration and must be worn at all times in the exhibition hall. All attendees will be scanned in and out of the exhibition halls to manage venue capacity and assist with contact tracing.

Individuals with symptoms of COVID-19 (including those awaiting a test result), a history of international travel in the 14 days prior to the event or close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the 14 days preceding the event, must remain at home.

Attendees should be mindful of maintaining physical distancing of 1.5 metres during the event, including entering and exiting the event. Please abide by barriers, signs, floor markings and verbal announcements to support physical distancing.

Refrain from shaking hands, touching and other forms of physical contact.

All attendees are encouraged to use the handwashing and sanitation stations provided to ensure good hand hygiene. Cough or sneeze into your arm or tissue and wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds afterwards.

Any individual displaying symptoms of COVID-19 onsite must report to a COVID marshal or the Organisers Office without delay where event and venue security will be alerted, and the appropriate action taken.