Whether you are into powerlifting, CrossFit, bodybuilding or just leading a healthy lifestyle, the Fitness Show Melbourne has something for you. The Fitness Show Melbourne returns for 2019 from Saturday the 9th of October to Sunday the 10th of October at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
In 2019 there are multiple zones that will be featured:
- Defy gravity in the calisthenics playground
- Take the Spartan challenge
- Workout and break a sweat
- Meet your favourite fitness influencers
- Find out who is the strongest with Powerlifting Australia
- Do you have what it takes to join the Victorian Police
What’s on at the Fitness Show Melbourne?
Get ready to push yourself on your way to greatness and well being as you challenge some of the fittest bodies around. At the Fitness Show Melbourne, you’ll get to work out with celebrity guests and be inspired by their wellness and nutritional advice.
On the muscle & model stage be inspired by the Pro Night of Champions and the ICN World Championships.
Which Fitness Influencers will be at the Fitness Show Melbourne?
- Steph Claire Smith & Laura Henshaw
- Sophie Guidolin
- Tiffiny Hall
- Rob Forte
- Chontel Duncan
- Taya Brooks
- Natalia Mav
- Katie Lolas
- Andrew Papadopoulos
- Kwame Duah
- Dan Conn & Ellice Whichello
- Luke Hines
- Marcus Bondi
Information that you need to know for the Fitness Show Melbourne
Opening Hours for the Fitness Show Melbourne
The Fitness Show Melbourne is open to the general public and industry visitors from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
How much are tickets for the Fitness Show Melbourne?
Tickets purchased at the door or online for one day is $50, for two days $50 and for a family (2 adults and 2 children) is $85.
Getting to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
If you choose to stay at Holiday Inn Melbourne on Flinders we are a 8 minute walk to the doorstep of MCEC. Otherwise MCEC is located on the banks of the iconic Yarra River in South Wharf, right near the DFO South Wharf.