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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (January 2011) This article uses bare URLs or very simple external links in its references or external links section. Such references are threatened by link rot. Please use proper citations containing each referenced work's title, author, publisher, date, and source, so that the article remains verifiable in the future. Several templates and a tool are available to facilitate formatting.  (April 2011) This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2011) Australian Fitness & Health Expo Experience all that the fitness industry has to offer at the Australian Fitness & Health Expo. Status Active Venue Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre Location Sydney Country Australia First held 1995 Organizer Diversified Exhibitions Attendance 15,500+ Official website http://www.fitnessexpo.com.au/ The Australian Fitness & Health Expo is Australia’s largest fitness and health event and is owned and organised by Diversified Exhibitions Australia. Held annually at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour, the three-day expo attracted 15,500 industry professionals in 2010.[1] In addition to exhibitors showcasing products, services, techniques and solutions, the Australian Fitness & Health Expo provides visitors with access to seminars, product launches, fashion parades and body building demonstrations. Contents 1 History 2 Community 3 References 4 External links History In 1995, the Australian Fitness Network launched the inaugural Fitness Industry Leisure Expo (FILEX) at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour attracting 60 exhibitors and in excess of 3000 visitors. Exhibitors at the inaugural event included: Lorna Jane, Gatorade, Reebok, Nike, IEP Body Mechanics, Avia, Clubnet, Ecomist, Repco Fitness, Kelmix, Cutting Edge, HF Industries, Aerobics Wear Australia, Mono, Music and Motion, LA Gear, Rhythm Express and Rock Wear. In 1998, following Gatorade’s appointment as naming rights sponsor, the convention and expo was renamed The Gatorade Fitness Expo. This reverted to the Australian Fitness Expo in 2001. In 2004 the expo component was sold to Australian Exhibition Services, now Diversified Exhibitions Australia. The Australian Fitness Network continued to host the FILEX Convention, which is held alongside the expo. In 2010, Diversified renamed the expo the Australian Fitness & Health Expo. Community The event has been supported by non-profit organisations, such as the National Heart Foundation of Australia and Diabetes Australia-NSW, and also receives support from industry organisations including GymLink, FILEX, Fitness Australia, Fitness First and Australasian Leisure Management. References ^ Diversified Exhibitions (2010) Australasian Fitness & Health Expo Post Show Report: http://www.fitnessexpo.com.au/files/editor_upload/File/post%20show%20report/Australasian%20Fitness%20Health%20Expo%202010%20Post%20Show%20Report.pdf External links Australasian Fitness & Health Expo