Rotary Club of Forest Lake
The Rotary Club of Forest Lake, Brisbane, is an energetic club that is committed to supporting those who are in need, sponsoring local and international education schemes and providing assistance to the local community.
The club has strong values in fellowship, mate ship, loyalty and promotes family involvement.
Club Information

We meet In Person
Mondays at 7:30 PM
Bostock House
Ellerton Drive
Wacol, Brisbane, QLD 4076
Every Second and Forth Monday of the month at 7:30 pm
Upcoming Events
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The Rotary Club of Forest Lake is currently meeting at Bostock House, Wacol, and Google Maps provides the incorrect location. Bostock House is located you just north of Mr Googles location on Ellerton Dr, adjacent to a large car park on the west side of road.
Full address is as follows:
Bostock House
Ellerton Drive
Wacol, Brisbane, QLD 4076 
The Rotary Club of Forest Lake is back, and after a couple months of the COVID-19 Pandemic isolation, the club is extremely keen to shake off the ball and chain. If you are in need of fellowship, especially after being in isolation, and have an urge to help the community and those in need, The Rotary Club of Forest Lake is the what the doctor has ordered. We are small club, and we welcome all prospective and new members with open arms.
Due to normal meeting place being closed, the Rotary Club of Forest Lake is now meeting at the Forest Lake Community Hall (60 College Avenue, Forest Lake, QLD, 4078)
For kids whose education has been disrupted by domestic and family violence, the start of a school year can be especially stressful. The excitement of the excitement of choosing a lunchbox or bag to show their friends in the playground is just one more thing they’ll miss out on.
Another successful year for the Rotary Club of Forest Lake, with Immediate Past President handing over to President Jeffrey Jones.
Days prior to Cyclone Debbie making landfall, the residents and businesses of North Queensland were preparing for the worst; and hoping that they would be safe. However, with all their preparations, Cyclone Debbie still cut a path of destruction as it moved along the coast of Queensland. A week after Cyclone Debbie dissipated, the flood waters are now inundating many towns in Queensland and Northern New South Wales; causing grief, hardship, property damage and the loss of memories. Emergency Services and the Defence Force are providing immediate assistance; however, many will still require assistance in the following months and years. It breaks my heart to hear that a few residents of Queensland have just recovered from the last floods and they have been hit again; and with no property insurance and with families to look after, they will need our help.
How can I help? I hear you say. The Cyclone Debbie Rotary Appeal RAWCS Northern Region Districts (RABS) website is now available online at:
With the devastation caused to southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales, in the aftermath of Debbie; which is also now being felt in New Zealand, a donation would help those in need.
Thank you in advance in supporting the RAWCS Northern Region Districts Cyclone Debbie Rotary Appeal.
Please note that Club's meeting times
are now 7 pm for 7:30 pm start
Each year, thousands of young men and women participate in Rotary’s educational and New Generations programs, which enable them to develop new skills, serve their communities, and foster international understanding. But the experience doesn’t have to end when the program is over.

The District Conference was head at Roma this year. As they say, the Australian country always puts on a good conference; and the this year's conference did not not disappoint 
As they say, a photo is better than a thousand words. As can been seen, the menu was exceptional; as Rotarians and their partners were simply to busy eating to engage in conversation.
Club Executives & Directors
Web Master
Vice President