Food and Wine

FAQ's for Exhibitors at Mundella EveryWoman Expo

  • Q - Is there storage area onsite?
    A - No, there is no storage available onsite

  • Q – What is the best way to display my posters/advertising material?
    A – Stand walls are carpeted, so Velcro dots work really well for fixing to the walls

  • Q – How high are the walls?
    A – 2.4m

  • Q – Do I receive any complimentary tickets?
    A – Yes, information will be sent to you approximately 3 weeks out from the Expo.

  • Q – When do I receive the full exhibitor manual and any forms to complete?
    A – A link to your online exhibitor manual will be emailed to you 8 weeks prior to the Expo

  • Q – Do I need to get an exhibitor badge made up for all staff members working on the stand?
    A – Yes, all staff working on your stand will require an exhibitor badge.  This allows them entry into the Expo and looks professional on your stand.

  • Q – When will I be able to move in?
    A – Move in commences the day before the Expo opens to the public.  Entry to the venue will start from 8am.  Two weeks prior to the Expo you will be advised a window of time during which you must arrive for move-in.

  • Q – Are there any special requirements that I need to be aware of for move in?
    A – Yes – you and any staff members are required to wear a SAFETY VEST (high visibility garment) and CLOSED TOE SHOES during both move in and move out.  This is an OH&S requirement and you will NOT gain access to the venue without these. Children under the age of 16 are strictly not permitted within the pavilions or in the loading docks during move-in and move-out times.

  • Q - How do I access the loading docks?
    A – There is no queuing space in front of the boom gate on the access ramp that leads to the loading docks. To avoid congestion on Move-in days, vehicles making deliveries are initially held in the Vehicle Holding Area adjacent to Mounts Bay Road. You must attend the Vehicle Holding Area before proceeding to the loading dock access ramp. You will remain in the Vehicle Holding Area and await clear access to the loading docks.
    DO NOT drive directly to the loading dock access ramp.

  • Q - How do I find the Vehicle Holding Area?
    A - There are three possible ways in which you may approach the Vehicle Holding Area:

    When coming down Spring Street:

    • At the bottom of Spring Street, turn right at the traffic lights onto Mounts Bay Road. Once past the intersection, turn left into the Vehicle Holding Area.

    When coming from Freeway South:

    • Take the Mounts Bay Road exit from the Freeway after crossing over the Narrows Bridge. Turn right into Mounts Bay Road and stay in the right hand lane. Turn approximately ten metres before the traffic lights at the intersection with Spring Street, turn left into the Vehicle Holding Area.

    When coming from Freeway North:

    • Take the Mounts Bay Road well before reaching the Narrows Bridge. Turn left into Mounts Bay Road and then immediately left again into the Vehicle Holding Area.

    On Move-in days, DO NOT, drive directly to the loading dock access ramp without first presenting to the Vehicle Holding Area. If you fail to follow this process correctly you may find yourself heading north along the Freeway.

  • Q - How do I get to the loading docks?
    A - From the Vehicle Holding Area - Exit the Vehicle Holding Area onto Mounts Bay Road. Once on Mounts Bay Road move into the right hand lane and continue through the first set of traffic lights. Approximately 30 metres past the traffic lights there is a break in the median strip island. Make a right hand 'U' turn into the right hand lane of Mounts Bay Road (heading back towards the city). Continue to the Spring Street intersection and turn right onto the Freeway North on-ramp and then immediately move into the left-most lane. This leads to the boom gate and gatehouse and forms the loading dock access ramp.

  • Q - What happens on the loading docks?
    A - Once you enter the loading dock area you will be under the control of the loading dock marshals. The loading docks are generally heavily congested and space is at a premium. You will be directed to your relevant pavilion and then to a position in which to temporarily park your vehicle.  Depending on the size of your vehicle and the quantity of material that you have to deliver, you will be permitted between 20 and 60 minutes to unload your vehicle. This time allocation will be strictly controlled.

  • Q - Do I have to use the loading docks?
    A - You must use the loading docks for all large deliveries (i.e. for items that are too large to be hand-carried into the Venue from the foyers or needs a trolley for moving).  For hand-carry items only, you may access the pavilions via the front foyer during the Move-in and Event Day periods. To access the foyer you may park underneath the Convention Centre car park and use the stairs that lead from the car park into the foyer.

    The Convention Centre car park is heavily congested on weekdays between 7:30AM and 3:30PM. If you plan to use the car park, you are advised to arrive outside of these times.
    Please note it is not possible to park at the front of the PCEC on the Plaza. However, you may drop off your delivery, provided you have someone in attendance to receive it. While there are a number of lifts that connect the car park to the foyer, these are not designed as service lifts and are therefore not suitable for carrying larger items.

  • Q – Do my electrical goods need to be tagged & tested by a qualified electrician?
    A – Yes.  A qualified electrician is available onsite during move-in, to test and tag all your electrical appliances.

  • Q – Can I share my stand with another Business?
    A – This will need approval from the organiser, the sharing of stands is not recommended unless there is a synergy between each business.

  • Q – What is the eDirectory?
    A – The eDirectory is an online directory of all exhibitors in the Show.  Each exhibitor is given a listing, which visitors of the Show can use to gain contact information, a company description, exclusive Show specials, up to three images, a brochure and video content.  Exhibitor eDirectory FAQ Sheet