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News published February 2018

  • Mayor Frank Carbone with Renae Jackson and Stuart Paine from Sydney Cats and Dogs Home

    Council offers Free Dog Adoption in March

    Published 28th February 2018

    Fairfield Council is offering 15 local families the opportunity to adopt a dog for free during March.

  • Seniors Concert 2017

    Celebrate Seniors Week

    Published 23rd February 2018

    Fairfield City Council will celebrate Seniors Week in April with a number of engaging programs and activities for the City’s senior community in April.

  • God of Furtune

    Colour and Culture at Cabramatta

    Published 20th February 2018

    The Cabramatta Lunar New Year event at Freedom Plaza on 03 and 04 March brings colour and culture to life for both locals and visitors.

  • Smiling daughter

    Festival celebrates achievements of Iraqi women

    Published 19th February 2018

    Fairfield City Museum & Gallery will celebrate International Women’s Day with a free festival.

  • Bunker Park

    Check out Bunker park

    Published 19th February 2018

    Bunker Park in Bonnyrigg is one of the newest playgrounds in our city. Have you tried it out yet?

  • Fairfield Warrior's peg board

    New fitness challenge coming to youth festival

    Published 9th February 2018

    Bring It On! Festival, Fairfield City Council’s free award-winning youth music, sporting and arts festival, returns to Fairfield Showground in April with an all-new lead attraction.

  • Matt Huynh 'MA'

    Acclaimed work of Matt Huynh on show

    Published 7th February 2018

    Fairfield City Museum & Gallery will soon unveil a self-titled exhibition of New York-based graphic artist and illustrator Matt Huynh which explores his artistic practice.

  • The Crescent Plaza in the Fairfield City Centre has won first place in the prestigious LNA Master Landscapers Association Awards for its stunning design and practical use of urban space.

    New festival showcases Western Sydney performers

    Published 6th February 2018

    Fairfield Live Art, Music and Entertainment (FLAME) Festival is a new Council event that will showcase talented musicians and artists from Western Sydney.

  • Canley Heights Lunar New Year LED Dragod

    Canley Heights Lights Up Lunar New Year

    Published 6th February 2018

    Lion dancers, fireworks and a 10 metre long LED dragon will create a colourful and auspicious start to Lunar New Year Saturday 10 February in Canley Heights town centre.

  • Marshall and Chase from PAW Patrol

    PAW Patrol headlines Lunar New Year

    Published 5th February 2018

    Nick Jr.’s PAW Patrol Ready for Action Show will headline the stage performances at the Cabramatta Lunar New event at Freedom Plaza on March 03-04.

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