• Inclusivity is at the heart of Crossroad Arts' work in Mackay (photos by Russell Shakespeare) See where our organisations work

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  • We support rural, regional and remote communities in Queensland and Northern Territory View our guidelines

  • Our organisations have inspiring stories to share in our latest Annual Report (Waltja in Titjikala, NT) Annual Report 2017


The Tim Fairfax Family Foundation supports Australian charitable organisations and initiatives aimed at addressing the particular needs of communities in rural, remote and regional areas within Queensland and the Northern Territory.

What We Support

  • Sharing contemporary art across Queensland

    Every three years the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT) makes its presence felt as QAGOMA’s flagship contemporary art series which has been captivating and challenging visitors since 1993. APT works to build cross-cultural artistic appreciation and insights by showcasing the most exciting new work being produced in Asia, the Pacific and Australia. Free and curated for audiences of all ages, APT9 will be presented across the entire Gallery…

  • Youth Cre8 Kuranda with Youth Link

    Youth Link works to enhance the health and wellbeing of young people in Cairns between the ages of 12 and 24 who are marginalised, homeless or at risk of homelessness. With a firm belief in the inherent worth and potential of each and every young person, Youth Link is dedicated to empowering them to determine their own futures. After learning of the lack of services and activities for young people…

Latest News

  • TFFF launch our 2016-17 Annual Report

    It is with great pleasure that the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation shares with you our 2016-17 Annual Report. We hope you enjoy reading the report and the case studies contained within, and welcome any comments you may have.

  • A New Approach for Australia’s Cultural Sector

    Australia lacks a public, expert, independent voice championing investment and return in arts and culture. Defending and promoting the benefit of intellectual and creative life as a critical crucible of the national future is proving to be increasingly difficult. Australia needs an informed independent entity which has the necessary resources and public authority to advance a coherent, comprehensive policy position from which we might build better political and institutional settings…