Corporate Club Australia members receive invitations to attend exclusive corporate events. Our calendar boasted a sensational series of professional events featuring a dynamic program of inspirational speakers and networking opportunities.
The following events will be taking place in 2012/13.
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 0 , L41, Governor Macquarie Tower
Ita Buttrose AO OBE (pictured)
Wednesday, 17 April 2013 - Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney
Two Networking Breakfasts are featured on our corporate events calendar and for good reason. These early starts often reach capacity and have a proven track record of featuring sensational speakers who never fail to inspire.
To facilitate networking there is no allocated seating and guests are free to enjoy their sit-down breakfast next to a network member they may not have met before.
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Thursday, 15 November 2012
Government House, Macquarie Street, Sydney
Guests are invited to enjoy a relaxed evening to mingle with members of the corporate network at this truly enjoyable event.
Held just before the "silly season" really kicks in, the Cocktail Party is light on formalities and big on networking.
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Australia Day Lunch
Friday, 25 January 2013
Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre
For over 25 years the Australia Day Lunch has set the standard on how Corporate Australia expresses its national pride. It is the perfect occasion to come together and celebrate our achievements as a nation and recognise our good fortune of simply being Australian.
Organisations host tables of ten at this high-profile event to engage with their stakeholders, network with other guests and to reward staff.
Featuring eminent speakers, world-class entertainment and superb food and wine it is not surprisingly that this event is recognised as a major highlight on Sydney’s corporate calendar.
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Attendees: up to 1,500
Australia Day Address
Tuesday, 22 January 2013 - Sydney Conservatorium of Music
The 2013 Australia Day Address was delivered by Kurt Fearnely OAM
The Australia Day Address truly is a celebration of thought, diversity and freedom. First delivered in 1997, the Address is now a traditional part of Australia Day week-long national celebrations with prominent Australians having the opportunity to speak on matters that they personally consider to be of national importance.
The list of speakers to recently presented the Address include: Associate Professor Charlie Teo AM (2012), Sir Michael Parkinson CBE (2011), General Peter Cosgrove AC MC (2010).
Click here to read the full transcript.
Australia Day - Saturday, 26 January 2013
Sydney Glass Island, Sydney Harbour
Basking under blue skies on Sydney Harbour is an absolutely magnificent way to spend Australia Day. That is why we include a cruise on the events calendar.
Guests board the sensational Sydney Glass Island to take in the spectacle and excitement of our famous harbour on the busiest day of the year. There is really nothing quite like it.
Fine food and refreshments are provided. BYO hat and sun glasses are a must.
Corporate Golf Day
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 - New South Wales Golf Club, La Perouse
Our Corporate Golf Day seemingly does the impossible - it just keeps getting better each year.
This event is held each year at the spectacular NSW Golf Club, the course currently ranked No.9 outside the United States. The format for the day is a stableford competition, which enables players to experience a full round at one of the best courses in the country.
If you are a golfer, it just doesn't get any better than this.
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June 2013, Luna Park Sydney
The Corporate Club Australia Business Lunch was established to enable members of our corporate network to engage with a forward thinking Australian agenda.
Held for the first time in 2012, this Business Lunch featured the second longest serving Prime Minister of Australia the Honourable Mr John Howard OM AC as its inaugural speaker. Mr Howard was interviewed by Ms Leigh Sales (7.30).
The event is attended by senior representatives from both the government and business sectors.