Adelaide, Meet us at the Feast Festival

Adelaide feast fest

Keen to end your week on a high by checking out the Feast Festival’s fabulous Picnic in the Park in North Adelaide on 26th November?

A great way for families and friends to spend their Sunday, the picnic has a packed program for all ages. Highlights include stalls, tasty food, bars, novelty races, a dog show, live music, a kids’ zone and a DJ.

And if starting a family is one of your goals, the picnic is also a great time to pick up valuable tips at the Rainbow Fertility stall. By having a chat with our friendly staff, you’ll have a good idea of what options might be available to you.

Through our comprehensive donor and surrogacy programs, we’re delighted to have helped many LGBTI people fulfil their dream of bringing a beautiful baby into the world.

As the first dedicated fertility and IVF service provider in Australia to cater exclusively for the LGBTI community, we have the expertise to turn family-building hopes into reality.

You can also take home a free information pack to learn more about our services at your leisure. So pop over to meet us, with no obligation to sign up for treatment.

For more details about what’s in store at Feast, which starts on 11th November, visit

We Look Forward to Seeing You There!

WHERE:  Feast Festival’s Picnic in the Park, at Pinky Flat, corner of War Memorial Drive and Montefiore Road, North Adelaide SA 5006
WHEN:  Sunday 26th November 2017  
TIME: 11:00am to 7:00pm  

PS: If you can’t make it to the event or our stand, don’t worry – we regularly run FREE information sessions on all aspects of fertility. Visit our Info-Sessions page for more information.

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