2024 BusWA BCI Bus Show & BusWA AGM Friday 12th July

28 June 2024

Welcome to the 2024 BusWA BCI Bus Show and BusWA AGM
Friday 12th July, 10am, Ascot Racecourse

Please join us!   We have a large display of buses and exhibitors connected to the bus industry including, finance, insurance, bus air conditioning, workplace and safety solutions, bus glass, management software for Bus and Coach operators, fuel suppliers, fire suppressants and recruitment.

Our guest speakers include Ian McDonald from APTIA, Maria Capati from Law firm Piper Alderman and members of both the Liberal and National parties.

Each year at the AGM there is the opportunity for questions.  Can you please forward any questions you may have to me prior to the meeting, if there is a common theme we will have the opportunity to prepare a response for the meeting. Please email:

School Bus Service staff will be in attendance after the meeting from 3.30pm for assistance and to answer any further questions.

Lunch is provided for all attendees and finger food and refreshments following the AGM is also provided free of charge.

Parking is in the car park off Grandstand Road.

John Ditchburn

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