Club ‘links’ page
This is a link page to various Port of Brisbane Rotary Corporate Partners, Club projects, Club equipment list, and miscellaneous information for use by both the public and Members.
Corporate Partners with Port of Brisbane Rotary
Additional volunteers are required for: -
Brisbane Kite Festival
Bridge to Brisbane Fun Run
Wakerley Rotary Christmas Carols
Australia Day breakfast Wynnum
If you would like to volunteer either yourself or with some friends to any of the above events (or any of our other projects)? Then simply click on the contact page link to talk to someone from the Club.
Smart Phone Club App.:
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Rotary Tribute Walk This is a multi million dollar community service project by the members to place plaques along the foreshore in tribute to those who have served overseas -. It was launched in June 2013, is due to be opened 2020 and due for completion 2025.
The concept and benefits of the Wynnum Manly Rotary Tribute Walk are set on many levels. One of it's primary reasons is to keep alive a culture that exists in Australia that developed from the birth of the ANZAC's.
We can see future generations of children visiting 'The Walk' and reading of the courageous efforts of so many men and women who have served overseas to help maintain Australia's values and principles with many paying the ultimate sacrifice.
This project is a powerful visual reminder when one looks at over 6 Kilometres of walkway with embedded plaques. The project is located on the waters edge and is an easy walking flat pathway making it extremely suitable for those with a handicap.
Families can stand near a plaque on the pathway foreshore and look out over the beautiful Moreton Bay to reflect on what may have been.
There is no doubt that this tribute walk will generate many visitors to the area, and the belief is that those visitors will be well educated by the time they leave by the courtesy of the interactive touch screen consoles located along the 'Walk' giving details of conflicts and theatre' of war.
This is a major community project being driven by people passionate about our history and passionate in maintaining a 'spirit' that was hatched by virtue of the ANZAC's
Bill Benham Park This community riverside fishing park project is located on the fully tidal Aquarium Passage of Bulimba Creek and was initiated by the Club members and developed by the Brisbane City Council. This exciting public use park commenced as a plan in June 2009 and now includes picnic benches, fish cleaning facilities, walking paths, boardwalks, a 20 bay car park off Poppy Street, parking and entry off each of Poppy Street, Boolaroo Street and Violet Street and includes a marine habitat area and the full facility is was opening for public use in late 2014 - value of works $1.3 million - value to local families - immeasurable. Location Poppy Street, Boolaroo Street and Violet Street, Hemmant. Named after our long serving former Club Secretary Past President Bill Benham.
Brisbane Kite Festival This family kite flying day was conceived by the members of this Club and working in conjunction with Carindale Rotary and Balmoral Rotary to stage this annual event. - commenced October 2005, due completion - ongoing, budget $20,000 per yearly event.
Location of this event is the Murarrie Recreation Reserve, 1122 Wynnum Road Cannon Hill Qld 4172
This day is supported by the Brisbane City Council Festival Fund.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (for the date in October each year)
Payment for Stall Site link - click here
Australia Day Breakfast This project was initiated by one of our members and commenced in January 1999 and brings together all Service organisations within the local area to host a free community breakfast to celebrate . Australia Day., this event has continually over the years provided a superb way for the local residents of Wynnum, Manly and Lota to celebrate in a truly Australian way our wonderful Australia Day with no cost to our families.
Funding is provided by the Lord Mayor’s Suburban Initiative Fund and some local organisations and Companies.
Wakerley Rotary Christmas Carols:
December 2013 saw the first year the event has been operated by Port of Brisbane Rotary. This popular event had been in recess for 3 years and was previously organised by the Gumdale Progress Association over a great number of years.
Location in a beautiful natural amphitheatre park (Wakerley Park at 74 Dianthus Street , GUMDALE, QLD 4154)
The event attracts 6000 + people who enjoyed this great event.. Carols is followed by a massive fireworks display. Join us always on the first Saturday in December between 4.30 pm and 9.00 pm for photos with Santa, rides, jumping castle, a promenade of street vendors providing quality food from around the world (we even have freshly shucked oyster available. We have local and well known artists singing Christmas Carols and Christmas songs, animal farm, food and more food and more.
Some facts: We use the biggest outside digital screen in Australia. We use a stage bigger in size than the ‘Domain Carols’. We use the same sound experts who provide ‘Tamworth Country Festival’ and Brisbane’s ‘Riverfire’. We stream live on Facebook around the world and Televised live on the Christian Network to Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands. Our guarantee is that you will never have experienced anything like the Wakerley Rotary Christmas Carols before
An afternoon and evening for more than just the kids - it is for the whole family!.
Web page: www.wakerleycarols.org
Facebook page: wakerleyrotarychristmascarols
This program is coordinated within Queensland by Port of Brisbane Rotary
Contact 07 30670673 for full details of contacts or email: email@example.com
Kits are available for purchase from DreamCricket Australia and the Club has a full size school kit available when running Gala Days.
This program uses 3D printers (owned by the Club) to manufacture artificial limbs and body parts which are then given to third world countries for fitment to the less fortunate. The material cost of a hand is as low as $10 and the Club funds this program from donations. The largest sponsor (partner) in this current program is 1300epromo..