The President's Welcome

A warm welcome to the Rotary Club of Brisbane High-Rise, conveniently located in Brisbane's CBD.
We are a vibrant group of sixty members who meet to network, hear eminent and interesting speakers and enjoy the many benefits that being a member of Rotary brings. At High-Rise, fellowship and having fun as we work alongside each other underpins all our activities.
Our membership reflects a balance of professional men and women who live or work in and around the city and who share a vision and commitment to making a difference in their community. Currently we are supporting AEIOU Foundation, Albert Park Flexi School, Street Level programs, building a school in Tanzania, giving medical equipment and funds to Dr Edna Hospital Somaliland, plus significant aid to disaster zones worldwide, to name just a few. Members are also engaged in Rotary's global programs such as Polio Eradication, National and International Youth programs and International Peace Scholars.
Meetings are held weekly on Thursday at Marriott Hotel, 515 Queen Street Brisbane. Visiting Rotarians visiting from other clubs are always welcome and if you are interested in Rotary and would like to learn more about  the world's most successful service club please go to the website's Visitors Area for more information. We hope you will join us for breakfast to get to know our members and see first hand what Rotarians can achieve .

Yours in Rotary


President - 2015/2016

Rotary Art Spectacular

ART SPECTACULARThe annual Rotary Art Spectacular was held at Central Plaza One from 30 May 2016.  Art sales totalled over $80,000, of which $48,000 was donated to AEIOU Foundation and over $30,000 directed to Rotary humanitarian projects.

Hot Air

Hot Air is the Club's weekly bulletin. It contains the latest news and Club related information.
You can download the current Hot Air (PDF) from the link below. Previous versions are located in the Archive.

Hot AirNew Archive

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