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Club Email: admin@surfersparadiserotary.org

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Surfers Paradise Rotary

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We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:15 PM
Gold Coast Tavern Function Room
150 Bundall Rd
(Cnr Holden Place)
Bundall, QLD 4215
Australia
Meetings First and Third Mondays of each month 5:45 for 6:15 PM
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NEW MEETING VENUE
 
From Monday February 7, 2022 our club will be meeting at a new venue.

The venue is the newly refurbished Gold Coast Tavern, on the corner of Bundall Road and Holden Place, Bundall - opposite HOTA.
 
There is plentiful parking in front of the Tavern or in their dedicated car park just across Holden Place.
We meet in the first floor Function Room at 5:45pm for fellowship, then a 6:15 meeting start.
Drinks are available from a fully stocked bar in the Function Room and  meals can be ordered at this bar.
Lift access is available, alongside the stairs to the Function Room at the western end of the tavern.
 
Since 1988 Surfers Paradise Rotary has constructed and managed a community housing village of one-bedroom villas to provide affordable accommodation for disadvantaged aged pensioners in our community. The complex is known as Golden Wheel Villas, in the Gold Coast suburb of Arundel. We have now expanded this Community Project to a total of 23 Villas.
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Philip Rosenberg
    May 15
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Tracey Sewell
    May 14
Anniversaries:
  • Bert Shenko
    Rosi Shenko
    May 8
Join Date:
  • Don Kissell
    May 1, 1991
    31 years
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