Returning to Sydney in May 2024, ARBS is an event not to be missed for anyone involved in the HVAC&R and building services industries. Since 1998, ARBS has provided the most comprehensive range of HVAC&R and building services products and solutions in one location, allowing the entire industry to connect across the three days.

ARBS 2024 will once again host over 300 exhibitors, more than 8,000 visitors, the renowned ARBS Industry Awards and a comprehensive seminar program.

Discover an outstanding line up of major national, international and multi-national exhibitors displaying their very latest products and services. Consolidate your supplier contacts, network with industry colleagues, and keep up with all the latest technology and news.

Watch the highlights from ARBS 2022

ARBS 2022 closed with a bang, with over 7,500 visitors and over 250 exhibitors.

We expect ARBS 2024 to be even bigger and better, with more international visitors, more exhibitors and more to see and do. Have a look at the highlights from our 2022 show in Melbourne so you know what to look forward to in Sydney.


  • 8,000+ attendees (consultants, architects, designers, engineers, manufacturers, property managers, contractors, mechanics, technicians and more)

  • 300+ exhibitors, making ARBS the largest HVAC&R trade show in Australia

  • A leading seminar series 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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