Mardi Gras FAIR DAY 2017!

  • Camperdown Memorial Rest Park Federation Road Newtown

Camperdown Memorial Rest Park in Newtown as the new location of FAIR DAY 2017!

Fair Day is proudly supported by ANZ.

See the ANZ Main Stage, DJ Tent, Sports Village and Doggywood line-up here!

One of Sydney's most-loved annual community events for LGBTQI people and their friends and families, Fair Day attracts over 80,000 people for a day of fun in the sun.

With over 220 stalls you’ll be able to picnic on a wonderful selection of food stalls, while perusing wares from local community vendors and learn more about local LGBTQI organisations. And of course, don’t forget to bring your furry friends to strut their stuff at the famous Doggywood, bigger and better than ever as we present this iconic event with ACON.

For a more intimate special experience there will also be the opportunity to sit and chat with one of the original members of the 78’er group, and hear first-hand what that very first Mardi Gras was like in 1978. Fair Day favourite community groups including Dykes on Bikes, the Team Sydney & many more will be joining us to celebrate.

Fair Day is the perfect hybrid of picnic and party. Come dressed in your most outrageous colourful picnic couture and you can strut your stuff on the Main Stage for Fashions of the Fair, to be in the running for fabulous prizes!

Applications for Fair Day stalls have now closed. Manage your Fair Day stall here.

Fair Day is a FREE event. Please consider making a gold coin (or more) donation at the gates.

Any questions? Fair Day FAQs are answered here.

FAIR DAY 2017
Camperdown Memorial Rest Park, Newtown
Located one block from King Street and bordered by Australia Street, Lennox Street, Church Street & Federation Road. 
Sunday 19 February, 2017
10am –  7pm
FREE

TRAFFIC NOTICE: AUSTRALIA STREET will be CLOSED on FAIR DAY
Drivers to/from Fair Day on Sunday 19 February at Camperdown Memorial Rest Park should be aware AUSTRALIA STREET from SALISBURY ROAD to LENNOX STREET will be closed to non-residential traffic from 5am – 8pm. This is to ensure safety for pedestrians/festival participants, support local traffic management and ensure vehicle movements are not prevented by pedestrian movements.