Welcome to Kedron-Wavell Services Club. Located in the vibrant Chermside precinct, only 15 minutes north of Brisbane’s CBD, the Club is Brisbane’s award winning, premier function, entertainment and leisure destination.
With a cosmopolitan atmosphere and elegant features, Kedron-Wavell Services Club is the perfect place to meet your family and friends… or meet new friends! We’re easy to find and offer free off-street parking for members and guests.
Our Club is a non-profit organisation. Every dollar spent in the Club goes back into the community. Kedron-Wavell Services Club has contributed more than $12 million dollars in the last ten years to community-based services and projects, such as the nearby public swimming pool, Chermside Library, the Prince Charles Hospital and various affiliated sporting groups and clubs. We support various charity organisations, community welfare, and we provide training and jobs. Currently, the Club employs close to 200 local people. The Club is living up to its reputation as Brisbane’s premier entertainment destination for fun.
Hon. Wayne Swan MP, Member for Lilley
As the Federal Member for Lilley, Wayne Swan helped establish the Lilley Australia Day Awards in 1985 as a way of recognising the contribution of local Northside community champions. Wayne Swan is part of our community, having lived on the Northside for the past 30 years with his wife Kim where they’ve raised three children Erinn, Libbi and Matt. Wayne has a record of working hard and delivering for the Northside. He’s always out in our community holding regular community BBQs and doing his best for local residents, no matter how big or small the issue may be.Website Facebook @SwannyQLD
Brisbane Airport Corporation
Brisbane Airport is the premier gateway to Queensland and one of Australia’s most important airports. Operating 24 hours a day, Brisbane is the country’s third busiest airport by passengers, and second busiest by aircraft movements.
A forward investment program of more than $2.5 billion over the next ten years from 2014 includes a new, parallel runway which will deliver Brisbane the most efficient runway system in Australia.
A true partner in the development of the city, state and country’s visitor economy, Brisbane Airport Corporation is a proud supporter of Australia Day Lilley Awards.
Nextra Chermside Newsagency is recognised as Australia’s Number 1 Newsagency. Stocking a wide variety of giftware, magazines, greeting cards, stationery, invitations and party supplies, it’s your one-stop shop! Having sold over $56 Million in first-division lotto prizes, this lucky newsagent offers Quickpick and syndicate entries for all Golden Casket draws. Make sure you visit their helpful, friendly team at Westfield Chermside (located next to the Apple Store).
Welcome to Kuhn Corp Print and Packaging
The Kuhn Corp group of companies are dedicated to excellence in printing and packaging goods for the local, Australian and International markets.
Kuhn Corp Packaging is the appointed licencee in Oceania for Ovotherm Clear Egg Packages.
Our aim is to provide high quality reliable products and services to our customers, whilst creating a work environment for our staff that provides job satisfaction and advancement that rewards excellence and effort.
You’ll find our service second to none from the initial quotation of your job through to completion and timely delivery.
Proud members of the PIAA – Printing Industries Association of Australia
Banyo RSL Sub-Brance and Citizen’s Auxiliary
The Banyo RSL Sub-Branch started as a small group of veterans after WW2.The first meeting was held on 15 August 1945. This, however, was not the first time members of the local community had formed a group to look after their war veterans.
The Sub-Branch has seen a number of homes since its days in the Memorial Hall. At present it has the use of rooms at the Multicap Building in Earnshaw Road. The main function of the Sub-Branch is to look after the welfare of veterans, war widows/widowers and their families. The community is not forgotten, with donations and shields presented to local schools and sporting groups. Sub-Branch membership hovers around 65 members.
07 3267 0353
Multicap Building, 453 Earnshaw Road, Banyo Qld 4014
1928.. TOOMBUL BOWLS CLUB Inc.. 2013
The Toombul Bowls Club has a rather unique history. In 1928 a green of 4 rinks was laid on the corner of Buckland Rd and Dwyer St Nundah by M.J. Baxter. One of Queensland’s earliest private bowls coaches. In 1948 he sold the property, consisting of his residence and green, to the Nundah branch of the Buffalo Lodge for 2500 pounds.