Exhibition Industry

Under the Amusement, Events & Recreation Award 2010, "exhibition employees" means employees or employers engaged in "the supply, preparation, marking out, fabrication, installation, erection or dismantling of exhibition stands or associated componentry for the trades and public promotions industry."

The Amusement, Events & Recreation Award 2010 covers all award employees in the Exhibition Industry unless they:

  • Earn over the High Income Threshold;
  • Are a managerial employee that does not have a position that is covered by an Award; or
  • Covered by an Enterprise Agreement that replaces it.

However, any administrative or clerical personnel will be covered by the Clerks - Private Sector Award, which defines "clerical work" as including recording, typing, calculating, invoicing, billing, charging, checking, receiving and answering calls, cash handling, operating a telephone switchboard and attending a reception desk".


LPA Members can LOGIN to access information about:

  • The Amusement, Events & Recreation Award 2010
  • The Clerks - Private Sector Award 2010
  • The Fair Work Act and National Employment Standards
  • Enterprise Agreements
  • Wage Rates
  • Allowances
  • Contracts
  • Superannuation
  • Leave - including annual leave, parental leave and personal leave
  • Work Health and Safety
  • Termination / Unfair Dismissal

To enquire about becoming a Member of LPA or for more information, you can contact us on (03)8614 2000 or email info@liveperformance.com.au.