20 December 2017

Bingo for Conquer Cystic Fibrosis

The Christmas HIGH ROLLER night will be held on Wednesday 20th December at the Vasto Club in Balcatta.

In addition to winning big on the HIGH ROLLER you will also have the chance win some amazing prizes in the Christmas raffle on the night!

Remember you must be there to win.

1st Prize – $1000 Flight Centre travel voucher. 
2nd Prize – $500 cash.
3rd Prize – Weber BBQ.

A number of other prizes will be given away on the night and include a $250 Woolworths gift card, BWS gift cards, Avon Valley Beef gift cards, amazing hampers and stacks of other fantastic prizes.  Raffle tickets will be available to purchase on the night for $2.00 each.

Where: Vasto Club, 5 Vasto Place Balcatta

When: Wednesday 20 December 2017

Eyes down 7.30pm

16 September 2017

Mum’s v Dad’s Football Fun

Conquer Cystic Fibrosis has been chosen as a beneficiary of a unique AFL game being played down in Margaret River.

The women’s AMRzons team will challenge the men’s AMR Hawks Masters on Saturday 16 September  2017 at Gloucester Park Margaret River.

There will be family fun around the ground and in the clubrooms with an after-party DJ.

All are welcome with part proceeds being donated to CCF!

Bounce down 5pm

17 September 2017

Italian Festival Track Day

The Italian Festival Track Day is going to be a fabulous way to celebrate 70 years of Ferrari!

Everyone is welcome to come along and join in the fun at Barbagallo Raceway on Sunday 17 September 2017 from 9.00am.

There will be some extremely rare vehicles on display at the event! The track day is a great opportunity to see some beautiful cars, meet the owners and support CCF.

Entry fee is $5.00 for adults (free entry for children) with all proceeds being donated to local charities including CCF!  For more information click here 

Casino Royale


The Left Bank’s second Casino Royale Event for Conquer Cystic Fibrosis is being held on Friday 18th August 2017.

It’ll be a classy night of Gambling down in “Monte Freo”…when the upstairs River Bar turns into a Casino for one night!

Put on your best suit/evening gown, walk along the red carpet, sip on Champagne, taste delicious canapes and gamble all night (with funny money)…

There’ll be four different gambling tables available – Roulette, Black Jack, Vegas Dice and a Poker Room.

The gambling as such will be with funny money, but various prizes will be up for grabs! And best of all – all proceeds raised on the night will be donated to CCF.

So if you do lose some real money, you can feel good about it: as all the proceeds will support research into Cystic Fibrosis.

Tickets on sale now.  To book your tickets click here

If you’re a local business and would like to get involved in the event as a sponsor, please contact the Left Bank’s Events Manager Julia 

17 May 2017

The figure is in…

We are thrilled to confirm that since the last Capel Vale Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Grand Ball in November 2015 we have raised and amazing $509,602.98!

Yes, you read that right. That’s more than half a million dollars which will go directly to Australian researchers working to improve and extend the lives of those we love that are living with Cystic Fibrosis.

We are now a big step closer to better treatments and ultimately, a cure for this horrible disease!

We could not achieve these amazing result with your wonderful support.

From all of us at CCF we thank you!!!

10 April 2017

Bubbles & Bites to Conquer CF

Everyone at CCF would like to thank Paula and her amazing team of volunteers and friends that came along to support the very first Bubbles and Bites to Conquer Cystic Fibrosis event

Everyone that attended this wonderful event enjoyed a lovely afternoon of bubbles and the most amazing bites all while raising money for Conquer Cystic Fibrosis! Paula your amazing support and generosity means so much to everyone at CCF.

Without the support of people like you and your wonderful team of volunteers we could not achieve our fundraising goals.

From all of us at CCF thank you so much for helping us to conquer cystic fibrosis!


16 March 2017

Goodnights with a cause

We would like to extend a huge Thank You to Kelsie Miller and everyone that went along and supported the Good Nights intimate gigs in Bunbury cafes recently.

The various Good Nights events raised the targeted $1000 for our very worthy charity.

Good nights is a generous small business that links live music with people – in their homes, cafes, small bars or unique venues.  It is part of a big increase in the arts culture of Bunbury and we are so pleased that Conquer Cystic Fibrosis was chosen to be their charity partner.


24 February 2017

PhD scholarships

The next round of Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Scholarships closed on Friday 24 February 2017 at 4pm.

Up to three postgraduate PhD Scholarships are be offered through the partnership with Conquer Cystic Fibrosis, to foster careers in cystic fibrosis research and improve the life of everyone living with CF.

The scholarships are available in the following areas:

  • Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Advanced Clinical PhD Scholarship
  • Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Allied Health Professional PhD Scholarship
  • Conquer Cystic Fibrosis Scientist PhD Scholarship

Successful applicants will join the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Cystic Fibrosis Multi-Disciplinary Team consisting of medical and allied health professionals.  This team has a strong and unique research platform of both clinical and laboratory research across multiple disciplines.

The successful scholarship recipients will be up-skilled in the area of CF for the next three years to ensure they are experienced, qualified and highly skilled. They will become an integral part of the hospital’s CF team on completion of their training.

For more information contact the Institute for Respiratory Health https://www.resphealth.org.au/

Friday 17th February

Maggie Dent Inspires in Bunbury

Australia’s “queen of common sense” parenting Maggie Dent inspired more than 700 people at the entertainment centre in Bunbury earlier this year.  Those that attended this wonderful event laughed, cried and came out with a passion to do better by our boys.

Maggie supports our pursuit for medical advances and at the close of the evening declared that Cystic Fibrosis was a cause close to her heart.  She dedicated the show to Jordy Drayton, the daughter of a close friend who has Cystic Fibrosis.  Along with the other 3300 other Australians, 19-year-old Jordy desperately needs further medical advances.  Research is the key to giving our CF community a future and a greater quality of life.

So THANK YOU Maggie and thank you to each and every one of you who supported this wonderful event.