Our Story


Once upon a time, not so long ago, in a land, not so far away, a mum of two beautiful girls had a dream about giving her daughters a magical birthday party they would remember forever. After years of searching near and far and trying many different parties, nothing quite lived up to the fairy-tale party she was looking for.  She decided to create a special place where she could share the magic with other Mums and Dads. This was the beginning of a wonderful story and how Fairies Forever was born, a great birthday party venue, where fairies and wizards work their magic to make birthday wishes come true. 

Fairies Forever is a family business, we first opened its doors in 1999 in the heart of the heritage country at the beautifully refurbished Pioneer Village in Armadale, Western Australia.

We specialise in creating birthday parties with a difference. Over the years our delightful venue has grown to cater for girls and boys of all ages with fantasy themes designed to capture the imagination. Each party room has been hand painted in fantastic themes by Western Australia artist Morris Jacobs.

With the help of all her family, Sandra and her team of highly trained staff have designed many new party themes they would love you to come and experience.

 We are open 7 days 9am to 4pm and after hours by appointment
Our co-located gift shop is themed for the children and is bursting with fairy doors, fairy gardens, fairy princess and pirate costumes and beautiful flower girl dresses, wings, wands and tiara's. Plus great gifts that anyone would love to give or receive.

We look forward to seeing you soon at Fairies Forever!

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Our online shop, Two Rainbows. Items may be ordered online for delivery or for free collection from our Fairies Forever shop.

To book a party please telephone Sandra on (08) 9399 2266 or complete our booking form. Alternatively, you may email us at info@fairiesforever.com.au

Note: We can ship orders nationwide but parties are only held at the Armadale Pioneer Village party venue in Western Australia.