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The Accommodation

Beautiful and unique heritage accommodation that really makes Fairbridge Village the perfect space to immerse ourselves for a weekend of Sistahood & Soul Nourishment.

Heritage Cottage accommodation, with a lounge room to gather, outdoor varnadah to enjoy the rural landscape,  kitchen & bathroom facilities.

Twin share to six share rooms. 

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FAIRBRIDGE VILLAGE

Steeped in rich history and surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, this charming village offers visitors a glimpse into the past while providing modern comforts.  

Walking through the quaint paths of Fairbridge Village, one cannot help but feel transported to a bygone era. Historic buildings, lovingly restored to their former glory, stand as silent witnesses to the passage of time. From the iconic Fairbridge Chapel to the quaint cottages, each edifice whispers tales of yesteryears, inviting visitors to delve deeper into its narrative. 

COTTAGES

Simple, clean, refurbished heritage cottages.  ​

Rooms from twin to six share.

Kitchen facilities available with fridges

Lounge room, for conversation & sharing stories. 

Verandah for enjoying the rural landscape, late-night star gazing or early-morning solace & reflection. 

Bathroom facilities, with hot showers!  

It's the simple pleasures in life we all deserve. 

No need to put up tents, deal with flat air beds, or porta loos. 

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HOUSE MUMMA

Do you have a favourite cottage, one that you have shared stories, laughter & a tear or two with your Sista's?  
Are you a little anxious?  First time?  

Are you coming alone & wanting to meet new friends?


Each cottage has a House Mumma, someone who is there to welcome you into your cottage & to assist you with getting comfortable, to offer a hug, and a friendly smile & to be your go-to for questions.

Friday evening you with gather in your cottage, to connect & settle into the festival vibe. 

LOCAL WILDLIFE

Meet the locals, who are very sociable around the village.  

Watch in awe as they fly from their nesting boxes high in the trees & spend the day foraging through the village.  

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