Hobby-X at the Coca-Cola Dome
With almost 250 exhibition stands to explore in Johannesburg you are in for a spectacular shopping experience - beads and gems, books, magazines, gardening, pewter, glass art, doll making, power tools, woodworking, puzzles, mosaics, scrapbooking, bear making, metal clays, easels, paints, canvasses, model cars, planes and trains, Meccano, slot cars, bungee swings, cooking, card making and so much more. That’s right, its that time of year again, South Africa's favourite hobby and craft exhibition is coming to Johannesburg again. So clear your diary and head off to Hobby-X at the Coca-Cola Dome. Hobby-X was launched in South Africa in 1998 and continues to be as popular as ever, attracting tens of thousands of visitors to every show! Join the visitors that come from all over South Africa as well as those who travel from Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mauritius, Swaziland and further afield from the USA, UK and Europe - all looking for materials, equipment, supplies, ideas and techniques to take back with them
2012 marks the 15th anniversary of Hobby-X in Johannesburg, and the 31st show countrywide! And it continues to be a magnificent showcase of materials, equipment, supplies and ideas for an astounding range of creative crafts and hobbies. Not only are there loads of wonderful new products to buy, but you can also try your hand at the Make & Take tables, watch fascinating demos, book a trendy workshop and soak up the inspiration all around you. Indulge yourself with chocolate making, beads and gems, books, magazines and gardening. Explore your creativity with pewter, glass art, doll making, power tools, woodworking and photography. Have a spectacular shopping experience - mosaics, scrapbooking, bear making, metal clays, easels, paints, canvasses. And stock up on Fun! - games, bungee trampolines, radio controlled models, puzzles and more.
Whether you are into hobbies and crafts for pleasure, passion or profit, don’t miss Hobby-X.
The Hobby-X Coca-Cola Dome 2012 will take place from the 1 to 4 March 2012, on Thursday and Friday from 10:00 to 18:00, on Saturday from 09:00 to 18:00 and on Sunday from 09:00 to 17:00. Please take note that 1 March 2012 is for Trade visitors only.
For more information and future dates please contact:
Tel: + 27-11-4783686
Fax: + 27-11-4783684
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Directions from Johannesburg International Airport:
Drive out of the airport parking and join the R24 to Johannesburg.
Follow the signs to Pretoria & take the N3 North (you will need to keep in the
third lane from the right as the highway continues straight & forks to the
left.) This is the Gillooly’s Interchange.
From Gillooly’s Interchange travel north up the N3
Pass Linksfield, Modderfontein, London Rd, Marlboro, Buccleugh, Rivonia and
William Nicol off ramps.
Take the Malibongwe Drive (formerly Hans Strydom Drive) off ramp.
Turn right at the robot.
Travel through 4 sets of robots.
At 5th robot turn left into Olievenhout drive.
Travel through 3 sets of robots and follow parking signs
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, Weltevreden Park
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, Eagle Canyon Golf Estate
, Randridge Mall
, The Fairway Spa
, Alice Art Gallery
, LItalia in Piazza
, Cresta Shopping Centre
, Montecasino Leisure Complex
, Sisters with Blisters
, Ngwenya Gallery
, Northcliff Natural and Organic Market
, The Promusica Theatre
, Roodepoort Museum
, Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens