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

  • Youth Cre8 Kuranda provides 'a space for young people to gather and communicate and play and learn'

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

  • 'Whatever Waltja does, culture is in the centre of what we do and we hold that strong'

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The Tim Fairfax Family Foundation is proud to support the work of a diverse range of organisations to create opportunities in rural, regional and remote communities of Queensland and the Northern Territory.

What We Support

  • Harvesting traditional knowledge in Daly River region

    The TFFF visited the very remote community of Peppimenarti, about 320 kilometres south-west of Darwin, in June 2019 to learn first-hand about the work of Durrmu Arts.  Members of the community spoke about their ambition to work with the Asyrikarrak Rangers and Peppimenarti School to develop a sharing and learning initiative to connect school children and young people with traditional

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Latest News

  • TFFF launches Annual Report 2018-19

    It is with great pleasure that we share with you the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation Annual Report 2018-19. In the Spotlight sections we feature a few of the organisations supported this financial year. Their passion for and commitment to their communities is evident and their stories engaging and inspiring. We hope you enjoy viewing our Annual Report and welcome any comments you wish to

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  • Community. Regional. Up Skill. Haven in Mackay

    In October TFFF Program Manager, Roz Black travelled to Mackay to observe and participate in Crossroad Arts’ new and innovative Community. Regional. Up Skill. Haven (C.R.U.S.H)  program. Roz joined participants, some who had travelled from interstate, in a series of intensive workshops designed to explore inclusive contemporary movement and theatre-making.   Over three days

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