CBR Fair Day 2018


We are proud to present CBR Fair Day 2018 with the support of our principal partner, the ACT Government and venue partner, Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres.

CBR Fair Day is the largest celebration of Canberra's wonderful and diverse LGBTIQ communities.  Join and celebrate with us! Enjoy a fabulous day of music and performances. You can also participate in activities and workshops, have a chat at the friendly community stalls, shop at the market and indulge your taste buds with delicious food.

The Rainbow Pet Parade will return with amazing outfits and prizes for pooches of all sizes! More information to come soon.

Fair Day has launched SpringOUT every year since the first SpringOUT Pride Festival in 1999. Bring your friends, partners, family and puppies - there'll be something for everyone to enjoy.

Where: Gorman Arts Centre, 55 Ainslie Ave, Braddon

When: Saturday 3 November

Time: 11am – 4pm

CBR Fair Day is proudly supported by

Principal partner:

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Venue partner: Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres

Media partner: The Star Observer

Major sponsor: SpringOUT and PwC

Supporting sponsors: Clayton Utz, LEAD and Peakgrove Solutions


Applications for CBR Fair Day 2018 are now open!

Applications for CBR Fair Day 2018 at Gorman Arts Centre

Applications for sponsors (it includes a stall!), stallholders, performers, workshops and activities for CBR Fair Day 2018 are now open.
Please download the relevant form below and make sure you get the completed form and required certificates back to us as soon as possible! We reached maximum capacity for stalls last year.

If you have any questions or require additional information, please get in touch during office hours by calling 02 6257 2855 or by emailing events @ aidsaction.org.au

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Rainbow Pet Parade

Rainbow Pet Parade 2018

The Rainbow Pet Parade will without a doubt be one of the major highlights of CBR Fair Day 2018! Hosted by Wayne Herbert and Sue Webeck, two of the Council’s funniest and most fabulous supporters, the finest and fluffiest (or not) of Canberra's pups will come together to strut their stuff.

Does your puppy have the waggiest tail? Or have the most fashionable outfit?
There are five categories to choose from (you can enter in one or more!):

  • Waggiest Tail
  • Pet & Owner Look-a-Like
  • Best Trick
  • Best in Show by Popular Opinion
  • Outrageous Outfit
  • Prizes to be announced soon!

Register your fur baby early by downloading the registration form below and returning it by email to events @ northside.asn.au before COB 1 November.

Pet Parade Registration Form

You can also register at the Northside stall at CBR Fair Day!

Registration fee: gold coin donation on the day

All proceeds will go directly to Northside Community Service to fund their PAWS (Pet Assistance and Wellbeing Service) Program. Help keep Canberra's vulnerable pets healthy and happy!

Please note: the Rainbow Pet Parade is for dogs only. Apologies to your pet cats, rabbits, llamas and goats and more!

The Rainbow Pet Parade is made possible with thanks to the AIDS Action Council’s partnership with Northside Community Service. Read more about Northside’s PAWS Program here.

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