We organise social functions for all our members so we can enjoy each other’s friendship; this could be theatre visits, small trips away (We recently saw about 20 members travel to Jimbour Station for the “Opera Die Fledermaus” staying overnight in Dalby.) We organise short historical walks through parts of Brisbane that are very interesting. Christmas Parties and event nights are always fun with entertainment from within and outside the club.

We are part of a Rotary District of 50 clubs that organises an annual conference focusing on a small amount of Rotary business and generally a lot of entertainment!

This year’s conference in Toowoomba was a hoot! Next year we are going to Roma – not everyone goes and there is absolutely no obligation to attend.


Bill Hewitt Reserve

 Bill Hewitt was a Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 28 May 1966 to 22 October 1983, representing the electorate of Chatsworth from 28 May 1966 to 12 November 1977 and Greenslopes from 12 November 1977 to 22 October 1983 The formal opening ceremony for the Bill Hewitt Reserve took take place at 11am on Saturday in Jade St Camp Hill (adjacent to the yellow entry gate to the Reserve). This special recognition event has been organised by Deputy Mayor, Cr Adrian Schrinner. Lord Mayor, Graham Quirk and Attorney General George Brandis both spoke of their appreciation of the assistance and mentoring that they were given by Bill when they first started their political careers.