Do I need to be vaccinated to attend?
Yes, it is required by the New Zealand Government that all attendees over the age of 12 must show a valid My Vaccine Pass to attend this event. If you cannot verify your vaccination upon arrival, you will not be permitted entry. Only unvaccinated individuals under the age of 12 will be exempt from this ruling. You may also be asked to show ID to validate vaccination or exemption passes.
Can I buy a ticket at the gate?
Yes, you can purchase your tickets either online or at the gate. We recommend you buy your tickets online so you can skip the ticket queue at the event.
How do I register my ticket?
If you buy your tickets online you can complete the registration form on checkout. If you buy your tickets at the gate, simply register your ticket at the iPad stations at the show entrance.
Why should I register my ticket?
We encourage all visitors to register their tickets to assist with contact tracing if necessary. By completing the registration form you'll go in the draw to win a huge Edwards & Co prize pack worth over $2,000! Plus, you’ll be able to scan your registered ticket at many exhibitor stands for more chances to win great prizes.
Do I need to print my ticket?
There’s no need to print your tickets. Simply have your tickets on your mobile phone ready to scan on entry.
Can I get my ticket resent to me?
Yes, no problem. Simply complete the form here.
What day can I use my ticket for?
You can use your ticket on one day of the Autumn Baby Show; Saturday or Sunday.
Do children need tickets?
No, all children under the age of 16 are free of charge and don’t need a ticket.
How much are tickets?
Tickets at the gate or online are just $12 per adult.
Are there any ticketing fees?
We try to keep our ticketing prices as affordable as possible, but unfortunately we do have to pass on a $2 administration fee which is already built into the ticketing price plus an additional 2.5% in service fees to cover processing of credit/debit card. Should we need to refund your tickets, you’ll be refunded the total ticket amount, excluding the $2 administration free and 2.5% service fees.
What if I want to come on more than one day?
That’s great! You'll just have to have to purchase another ticket.
I have flu-like symptoms, can I still attend?
If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, we recommend you stay at home. If you cannot attend the Autumn Baby Show due to being sick or having to isolate, you will receive a ticket refund (excluding transaction fees and a $2 refund fee).
How much is parking?
Are there other parking alternatives?
Yes, other alternatives include FREE parking on surrounding streets and $10 Alexandra Park car parking.
What are the Baby Show opening hours?
Saturday 12 March: 9am - 5pm
Sunday 13 March: 9am - 4pm
Are there parenting facilities at the Autumn Baby Show?
Yes of course! It wouldn't be a Baby Show without ample facilities for parents. In the Philips Avent and Parents Centre Parents' Room you'll find change tables and supplies, bottle warmers and breastfeeding spaces – everything you need to take care of your babies, toddlers and yourself.
Is there food available at the Autumn Baby Show?
Yes, there sure is. The Auckland Showgrounds has a café that you can grab lunch, coffee and more. There will also be a variety of food trucks if that’s more what you’re craving.
Should I get cash out before I arrive?
Most exhibitors will have Eftpos available at the Autumn Baby Show. There are also ATMs located at the Auckland Showgrounds, however it's always good to bring cash if you plan to spend!
Does my ticket include the Smart Start Seminar Series?
Yes! They are free to attend and included in your entry ticket.
Are you taking extra safety precautions for Covid-19?
Yes, we certainly are. The health and safety of our visitors, exhibitors and staff is paramount. Our robust plan includes contact tracing via ticket registration, increased surface cleaning, masks available on request, increased paramedic responders onsite and more. See more here.