A festival within a festival. Backlot is off the main drag and in the woods behind Nightingale Cottage. A cool mix of inspired music, crafty crafts, hands-on workshops and a chilled out chai space.
Located at the top of Market Street, and adjacent to catering area. Chapel is a beautiful acoustic venue is ideal for vocal and intimate music concerts. The adjacent lawns are set for fun activities and provide a great place to relax.
A place of special memories for the Old Fairbridgians who grew up in the village. It’s the home of intimate concerts with an emphasis on traditional music and special musical presentations, including Old School Audio and In Conversations events. The Village Museum (open all day) can be found in the East Wing. The Clubhouse kitchen is the home of the Good Food for Cool Dudes cooking sessions.
The west wing of the Clubhouse (downhill side) is used for childrens’ events and some dance workshops.
Our star attraction! The name is a fusion of two ancient languages – Noongar and Latin, and translates as starlight. The venue replaces Riverside and is situated behind the Chapel. You won’t miss the entranceway.
A place to meet up with friends old and new. Centrally located opposite Mandja and food caterers, Gus’s bar sells Guinness. What more do you need to know? Pop in for a chat and discover your favourite act doing a cameo on stage.
Located on the basketball court, it’s time to put your dancing shoes on! Dance displays and workshops during the day and some serious grrooooving at night!
Provides all day entertainment for the younger ones (and the folks too!). Find us east of Clubhouse (Museum end), and behind the swimming pool. Now open into the evening for slightly older kids (11-15 yrs) to have a dance and hang out!
Upstairs in the Clubhouse, this small and intimate venue is home to Playback Theatre during the day (the most interactive fun you’ll have!). Entrance located across from the Garden Bar. Strictly no food or drink allowed and leave your shoes at the door.
Our main concert venue, (opposite Gus’s Bar) and home to spectacular live music shows across the folk and world music genre. Mandja means meeting place, in the local Noongar language.
Paper Scissors Rock
Hands on art and create workshops for children of all ages. Located under the trees opposite Kaleidoscope.
Masterclasses and workshops are held in one room and Kids in the Kitchen cooking sessions are in the Dining Hall Kitchen.
This is a licensed and seated venue tucked in behind Fairbridge House and adjacent to the Garden Bar. One of our most popular venues! A place to sit, relax and enjoy a drink with your music. While it is informal, Ruby’s is still a concert space and we ask that audiences keep noise to a minimum during the performances.