It’s a proud feeling.

serving locally and globally to create positive, lasting change in the world.

Our Membership

People may ask why join Rotary? Click learn more to read about our 10 great reasons for joining Rotary Club of Brisbane Mid City. Are these important to you?


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Why Join Mid-City Rotary?

By joining you can engage with community service activities, youth leadership development programmes and help by supporting international development projects.


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Become a Member

By being invited to  become a member of the Rotary Club of Brisbane Mid City you will gain an opportunity to join and participate in the following engagements.


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Welcome to Rotary Club of Brisbane Mid-City

As club President, I am proud of our club’s contribution to the Rotary ideal of service to others. Typically, we do this through community service activities, youth leadership development programmes and by supporting international development projects. 

If you are interested in serving local and global communities, are a business or professional person in Brisbane, want to make a positive contribution to the world around you and see value in networking with like-minded business people, then perhaps our Rotary club is the place for you.

Inspiring guest speakers are a regular feature of our Friday lunchtime meetings on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month at the Brisbane Club. The meetings are a great time for networking and sharing business experiences. There’s also opportunity for members to contribute to club projects.


President's Welcome

    • Meeting Times

      On the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month (except statutory holidays) in the function rooms on Level 4 of The Brisbane Club Tower, 241 Adelaide Street, Brisbane. The best entrance is from Post Office Square (the level above Adelaide Street) through the double glass doors and then right through another set of swing doors to the Brisbane Club lift.

      Arrival is from 12.15 pm with lunch at 12.45 pm. Meetings conclude at 2.00 pm sharp. Visiting Rotarians are extremely welcome.

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