Mayfair is John Paul College’s major community event and has an anticipated attendance of over 3,000 people. This year, Mayfair was held on Friday 11 May from 3.00 pm – 8.00 pm.

This fantastic afternoon and evening is a cultural food fest with performances, entertainment and amusement rides.  We have JPC’s Got Talent and the Amazing Chase along with our major raffle, The Great Wheelie Bin Grab with some amazing prizes.

The evening culminates in an amazing fireworks display.


Rides this year include Dodgems, Disco Dance, Funny Planes, Large Jumping Castle, Clown Castle, New Kamikaze (only arriving in the country in April), Hurricane MKII, Skywalker Games Trailer, Super Slide, Mad Hatters Cup and Saucer, Laser Tag, Dunk Tank and Animal Farm.

Food and Other Stalls

Food and other stalls include cakes/ lollies and gifts, hot Chips/ fish and nuggets, BBQ, Calamari, Coffee Cart, Drinks, Sample Bags, Dip And Dots, Indian Food Stall, Spiral Spuds, German Sausages, Greek Wraps/ sweets and halloumi, 1950s milk bar, Chocolate Toss, JPIC Games, Bricks for Kids, Churros and Chocolate. We also will have the Gold Coast Soy candles, Face Painting and other stalls.

The Great Wheelie Bin Grab – 300 bins ONLY, $10 a bin.

Mayfair would not be the success it is each year without our Mayfair Partners, Sponsors and Donors.


Thank you to our 2018 Mayfair Partners and Fireworks Sponsors


Power On Australia

Renowned for their product knowledge and technical expertise, Power On Australia Technicians and Engineers have acquired significant experience working on diverse industry projects in urban, remote and rural locations across Australia and overseas.


Great Advice – Major Mayfair Partner and Fireworks Sponsor

Great Advice is an award winning, family financial advice firm. They specialise in wealth creation, family protection, debt reduction and tax mitigation strategies. Great Advice is owned and run by George Iacovou a JPC alumni of 2006. Add them on facebook and or Instagram to get in touch by searching the words “great advice”.