Fairfax has a portfolio of leading online products, including the digital news brands, au, an Australian news site and AFR.com, a financial news site.
The group also has online marketplaces including au for real estate and au for motors.
John Fairfax purchased The Sydney Morning Herald in 1841 and the family retained control of the business until late in the twentieth century.
The Fairfax divisions cover: In 2014, Fairfax entered into a joint venture partnership with Nine Entertainment Co, called Stream Co, the creators behind Australia's newest subscription video on demand service, "au".
Fairfax has a 54.5% interest in Macquarie Radio Network [ASX: MRN], following the merger of Fairfax's radio business with Macquarie's in 2015, with the leading News, Talk and Sport stations in Sydney and Melbourne.
The screenings will give the public an opportunity to see agricultural history in some of the region’s most extraordinary woolsheds, courtesy of the landowners.
At each venue a local historian or farmer will discuss the area’s heritage and recent restoration projects.