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With over 5,000 people attending last year’s inaugural event, the Hemp Health & Innovation (HHI) Expo & Symposium in Sydney is gradually gaining traction.

Dubbed Australia’s largest experiential cannabis event, this year it takes place on May 27 and 28 in the lush Rosehill Gardens – the place to be for all those looking to learn more about cannabis and hemp in a safe family-friendly environment.

As laws around this humble weed continue to develop around the world, now is the perfect time to find out what all the fuss is about.

Featuring the largest ratified hemp crop in the Southern Hemisphere, interactive activities for all ages, and an array of over 80 exhibitors from around the globe, there will be plenty of opportunities to see what sort of products are out there.

For those looking for something a little bit more intellectual, the HHI Expo & Symposium will also bring the world’s leading neuroscientists, doctors, vets, academics, research associates and entrepreneurs as well as celebrities, activists, patients and politicians for presentations, conversations and Q&A sessions.

It’s time to weed out the lies and get the right information.  Chris Prindiville


The Hemp Health & Innovation Expo & Symposium runs from 27-28 May, at the Rosehill Gardens, Sydney.

Tickets start at $14.50 and are on sale now from www.hhiexpo.com.au.

(This year HHI Expo will be offering free entry to Veterans; simply present your DVA or retired ID card upon entry).

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