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10 July 2017

Lifeline Canberra Bookfair

Posted in Bookfairs

February 2018

Lifeline Canberra's Bookfairs are the largest gathering of book-lovers in Canberra and they raise a major portion of the funding needed to keep our local 13 11 14 crisis support and suicide prevention service available to the community.

Join us at Exhibition Park for our 2018 February Bookfair and lose yourself in our huge range of books, movies, music, games, comics and more, at our usual low prices!

When
Friday 9 February 2018  9am - 6pm
Saturday 10 February 2018   9am - 5pm
Sunday 11 February 2018 10am - 4pm
Where
Exhibition Park in Canberra
Flemington Road, Mitchell ACT 2911 (map)
Entry via the Coorong Pavilion (follow the signs)
What

We have a wide range of fiction and non-fiction books, including rare books and collectables, children's books, textbooks and foreign language books. You'll also find magazines and pamphlets, sheet music, comics, maps and atlases, talking books, records and CDs, DVDs, games and jigsaws and more. 

More info

Entry is by gold coin donation. All proceeds go directly to our 13 11 14 crisis support and suicide prevention service; changing lives for the better.

You can pay for your purchases with cash, cheque, credit card (Mastercard or Visa only) or EFTPOS.

Parking is free. 

New to the Bookfairs? Click here to read more information about what to expect.

Family Day

Saturday is Family Day with fun activities for the kids!

Communities@Work Food Drive

We're proud to partner with Communities@Work to help support people experiencing hardship in our community. At each Bookfair, we run a food drive and ask patrons to bring along some non-perishable food to donate (click here for some ideas).

You'll see the donation bins at the entrance to the Bookfair. If everyone brings at least one item, we can make a huge difference!

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