Since 2007, sheriff Dougie Scott has been involved with Fairbridge Festival, working tirelessly as the festival’s controller of all things camping. Prior to this, he worked at another festival before being introduced to Fairbridge Festival by friends. At his very first festival crew meeting, Dougie asked where his help was most needed. The camping responsibility had just been taken over from the Fairbridge Village so Dougie found himself assigned to overseeing this very integral role.
Bernard Carney has been a long time Fairbridge Festival family member, and a very popular regular inclusion in the festival’s program over the years. This Fairbridge Festival Patron loves Fairbridge Festival! His favourite part is the beautiful Fairbridge Village and the way the generations and people from different backgrounds mix into one big community.
Follow the progress of Scott Wise’s All-Australian guitar right here – see how this sought-after musical instrument develops from carefully-chosen…
Fairbridge Festival: 26-28 April 2019 Fairbridge Village, South West Highway, Pinjarra, Western Australia An annual family-friendly celebration of folk,…
The Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute is delighted to be affiliated with the sustainability initiatives of Fairbridge Festival. We look forward to working with other community groups and businesses who want to move towards sustainability pathways.