WEXPO 2020 has been postponed due to coronavirus. Dates and venues for 2021 to be advised soon.


Wexpo 2021

WEXPO 2020 postponed - statement from organiser

With uncertainty around the spread of Coronavirus and the possible associated apprehension of attending public events between now and our scheduled WEXPO launch in July 2020, we have made the decision now to postpone our 2020 events, regroup and come back bigger and better in 2021. For our first WEXPO events, we wanted to create an experience where people are excited to attend and where exhibitors enjoy successful commercial and networking outcomes. Current conditions beyond our control work against those goals. We will be arranging new dates for 2021 shortly and will advise when these have been locked in. We thank everyone who has supported this program so far and look forward to working with you towards executing a successful WEXPO program in 2021. Over the coming weeks, we will be in contact individually with businesses who have committed to WEXPO 2020 to discuss the way forward to 2021. Thanks so much. - Michael Walls, WEXPO organiser.


WEXPO 2020 brings together businesses, agencies and visitors in a unique expo-style experience over two popular venues in Western Sydney. WEXPO is about GROWTH and CONNECTION. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about projects and infrastructure, better ways to do business and live a healthy life. WEXPO 2020 is held over two days. One at Parramatta nd one at Penrith. Entry is free for visitors upon registration at the venue. WEXPO features a revolving schedule of plenary workshop sessions on the day that cover subjects including: investment attraction; brand building; networking; cyder security; HR; Family Business; estate planning; property opportunities; natural health; social media and more.  

Contact Us

Parramatta Enquiries
Michael Walls
0407 783 413
Penrith Enquiries
Chris Pennisi
0421 121 985

WEXPO connects the West

In terms of GDP, Western Sydney is half the size of Western Australia and bigger than Tasmania, Northern Territory and ACT combined. With 2.5 million people the region is the fastest growing population in Australia and the most diverse in terms of culture and age. It is home to 150,000 businesses and an unprecedented boom in development driven by the construction of Australia’s newest 24-hour airport.

Connect with us


Media Partners