2024 Loving Your Later Life Expo – Tamworth

Friday 31st May & Saturday 1st June 2024
Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre (TRECC) 9am-3pm
Free general entry
2 day lifestyle event for people over 60, carers, and support people.

Become a Sponsor for 2024

We are seeking sponsors who share our passion for supporting older people of all abilities and want to connect with this valuable market. By becoming a sponsor, you will have the opportunity to:

● Increase brand exposure

● Network with potential customers

● Network with multiple exhibitor sectors

Become an Exhibitor for 2024

By becoming an exhibitor, you will have the opportunity to:

● Increase Brand Exposure

● Network with potential customers

Join Our Community Corner

If your organisation is a volunteer based group, you can apply to receive a complimentary space that includes a table and two chairs.

There’s a maximum of 20 tables so first in best dressed.

You’ll be situated alongside other important local volunteer groups, allowing for valuable exposure and interactions with expo visitors.

Meet our 2024 Celebrities

Meet Australia’s First MasterChef Julie Goodwin

It was over a decade ago that Julie Goodwin became a household name overnight when she was crowned Australia’s first MasterChef.  Thrust into the limelight, there were the joys and highs of so many new opportunities, TV shows, best-selling books, radio, appearances, columns, endorsements and her long-time dream of opening a cooking school came true. 

Viewers loved her honesty, sense of humour and humble cooking style. Her family-focused cooking style and ‘mum next door’ persona has turned her passion into a hugely successful career, with six successful books, TV, Australian Women’s Weekly column for over 8 years, radio co-host for 4 years, and many more successful partners and appearance throughout the nation.

Meet Steve ‘Commando Steve’ Willis

“Commando Steve” is one of Australia’s most recognised and well-respected fitness experts. After growing up in Queensland, he joined the army when he left school and over the next decade served in the Australian Special Forces. In 2004, he left the army to launch a new career as a fitness professional. Five years later, Steve placed fourth in CrossFit Games. At the same time, Steve was becoming a familiar face on TV screens as Commando Steve in Australia’s Biggest Loser and, more recently, on Australian Survivor. 

Closer to home, Steve is the father of four beautiful children, two daughters and two sons. Steve is passionate about enriching people’s lives. Steve knows how this can be difficult when faced with the many challenges life throws at us. He is an advocate for encouraging a foundation of support and understanding through sharing experiences and conversation that promotes self awareness. With mindfulness (observation) at the heart of our daily practice and routines we open the door to understanding, compassion and the beauty and joy of life.

2023 Photo Gallery