Rotary is an international organisation of business and professional men and women from all nations and cultures united to better their communities. You can be part of a global organisation that enables men and women to turn conversations into actions.
The Rotary Club of Brisbane Planetarium was formed by District Governor Rev Allan Male (1985-86) and his vision was to establish the first breakfast club in Queensland. The Club meets in the picturesque setting of the restaurant at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and has a rich history of achievements:
- The first breakfast club in Queensland
- The founding of the Rotary Clubs of Paddington/Red Hill, Bardon and Nauru
- The formation of four Probus Clubs
- The first female member of Rotary in Queensland (1989)
- The first female District Governor (District D9600) – Judy Magub
- Director of Rotary International (2008-10) – member John Lawrence
The Rotary Club of Brisbane Planetarium meets on a weekly basis to hear quality speakers, plan projects, network and socialize. We attract frequent visitors including members of other clubs as well as interstate and international visitors and presenters.
To find out how you can become a member contact us today.