10-12 May 2022
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

FAQs

General

Total Facilities leads the future of Australia’s facilities and workplaces through a three-day collaboration into the world of facilities management (FM).

Held annually between Sydney and Melbourne, it’s the nation’s single most important business event for FM and like-minded professionals with the common goal of optimising facility and workplace performance. Over three days it presents leading innovation and thinking for driving efficiency and productivity through world-class FM.

Total Facilities will next take place from 10-12 May 2022 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, co-locating with DesignBUILD and the Be Summit.

 

Total Facilities are dedicated to ensuring our attendees can do business in a COVID safe environment as we prepare for our 2022 show.

Please see our event safety guidelines here.

Total Facilities is a business event for the facilities management and building-related industries. It is NOT open to members of the public. Proof of industry involvement may be requested at the registration counters or the entrance. We suggest you bring along business card, invoice or company documentation along with personal identification such as a drivers licence or passport. Students enrolled in a relevant course at a tertiary level may attend the show if they have the appropriate student identity card.

The exhibitor directory will be available in 2022.

Great! For more information about exhibiting at Total Facilities, contact the Total Facilities team

As this is a business event for those people working in the industry, we ask visitors not to bring anyone under the age of 15 to the show. The exception is infants under one year old that cannot be separated from their primary caregiver. If you bring an infant we strongly recommend that you carry them in a baby harness due to crowds (strictly no prams or shopping trolleys allowed at the show). This applies to the children of both visitors and exhibitors. Under no circumstances are any children permitted into the exhibition halls during Move In and Move Out of the show.

Students are welcome at Total Facilities, however they are required to pre-register online or have prior consent from the Total Facilities team. Only students studying a related course will qualify for entry.

All international visitors need to apply for a business visa. The passport which you hold will determine whether you can apply online, or if you need to lodge a paper-based application. Before lodging any application please take note of any travel restrictions that may apply. Click here for more information.

Applications need to be made well in advance at the Australian Embassy in your country or in some cases can be made online. For more information visit the Department of Immigration website.

Please note that the organisers DO NOT provide visa invitation letters to international visitors.

The organisers of the event are Diversified Communications Australia, is one of the leading exhibition organisers in Australia.

While the main exhibitions show floors won’t return until 2022, we are excited to still be planning to deliver our newest event brand the Be Summit, in both Melbourne and Sydney in September and October respectively.

The Be Summit is a one-day conference, bringing together Australia’s built environment leaders, government policymakers, and market experts to build a roadmap of recovery, and pave the way for future construction and development within Australia’s built environments. The summits are designed as hybrid events with both in person and virtual attendee options to ensure that these event can run regardless of restrictions. Find out more about the Be Summits here.

This is a scam and you should ignore them. Total Facilities operates under strict data privacy laws, and we do not share our visitor or any other internal data with unauthorised third parties. 

Any communication you may receive offering you to rent/buy or download our visitor or exhibitor contacts is a scam and should be deleted. We are currently exploring legal avenues to shut down these practices

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