Come and see the latest trade offerings. A valuable part of the Convention is the support of our trade stands. We thank our traders for maintaining the supplies of our hobby. Details of our attending traders will be listed on this page as they are confirmed.
The Australian Narrow Gauge Convention is a strong supporter of the small business owners that are here to supply your hobby needs, so we welcome these traders to the Convention weekend. Please support those that support you and shop locally. Make sure you take the time to browse their wares and see all they have to offer. Keep an eye on this page for details of our attending traders as they are confirmed.
We proudly welcome our long-time supporter of the convention, Narrow Gauge Downunder magazine. Australia's own specialist quarterly magazine, full of prototype information, modelling projects and wonderful layouts. Meet and chat with editor, Gavin Hince, and sign up for a yearly subscription if you don't already have one!
We welcome Glenn and Scalemodelco Hobby Centre along to the convention. With a range that continues to expand, Scalemodelco is quickly becoming a full range hobby store after recently opening their store in Thornleigh (NSW). Glenn will be travelling down with a selection of the stock he has on offer. Check their website for the full selection of what Scalemodelco can provide for your hobby needs.
Brunel Hobbies have recently closed their shop front, but still continue providing a great range of products via their online store, selling their own range of products (Brunel Models) and other specialist lines. Brunel Hobbies will continue to innovate and produce models for the Narrow Gauge and VR modellers, as well as more general modelling products.
Warren & Kathleen at Gwydir Valley Models will venture down to the convention with their great range of products, including plenty of DCC supplies, modelling materials, Fast Tracks jigs, detail parts and tools. They will have more than enough offerings to keep you busy browsing their stand and chatting about their range.
We welcome Keiran back to the convention with his range of offerings, including a variety of 3D-printed and etched detail parts, scale hardware, and modelling materials. Make sure you spend some time checking out his range, with plenty of small parts available to help finish some fine models.
The Light Railway Research Society of Australia Inc (LRRSA) will be joining the convention once again with its great collection of publications. A good history book can feed the modelling inspiration, so do check all they have to offer. The LRRSA also publish their own regular magazine of thoroughly researched articles.
Argyle Loco Works are suppliers for live steam garden gauge railways. Check out their display and have a chat with Michael about steam and electric-powered locomotives, rolling stock, track and accessories for 45mm and 32mm gauge garden railways in 1:32 (Gauge One), 1:24, 1:20 (G Scale), 1:19 (16mm/ft) and 1:13.7 (7/8"/ft).