AUSTRALIA’S LARGEST HVAC&R AND BUILDING SERVICES EVENT

ARBS 2024 has concluded, marking the largest and most successful event in our history. Held at the ICC Sydney from 28-30 May, the exhibition attracted an impressive turnout of 9,378 visitors and showcased over 350 exhibitors. The event featured 45 seminars and presentations from 102 distinguished speakers, highlighting the vibrant future and innovative spirit of the HVAC&R and building services industry.

As we look forward to the next ARBS event in Melbourne in May 2026, we remain dedicated to advancing our industry. Join us as we continue the journey of innovation and excellence in HVAC&R and building services. Stay tuned for more updates.

Why Attend ARBS 2026

  • Access Innovation: Discover the latest products and technologies set to redefine our industry.
  • Networking Opportunities: Build valuable connections with industry leaders and peers.
  • Expert Insights: Earn CPD points and benefit from a comprehensive seminar program that promises insights into emerging trends.
  • Celebrate Success: Recognise excellence through the ARBS Industry Awards.

ARBS NEWS & UPDATES

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DAY THREE: CONNECT NEWSLETTER

Read all about day three at ARBS 2024 in our daily print newsletter Connect HERE.

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ARBS AT A GLANCE

  • 9,000+ attendees including consultants, architects, designers, engineers, manufacturers, facility managers, contractors, mechanics, technicians and more

  • 350+ exhibitors making ARBS the largest HVAC&R and building services exhibition in Australia

  • A leading seminar program provides the opportunity to share expertise, innovation and best practice across all sectors of the industry

  • The ARBS Industry Awards represent the highest honour in the HVAC&R and building services industry

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    ARBS EXHIBITION is fully supported by its member associations that are actively involved in the staging of the exhibition and its associated events. Proceeds from the exhibition are returned the industry via our member association’s activities and through the ARBS Foundation