Speaker Date Topic
Vocational Visit and Breakfast Jul 30, 2019
Dicky Beach Surf Club
Dicky Beach Surf Club

Established in 1950, Dicky Beach Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) is a non-profit community service organisation, situated on Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast. The Club provides an essential emergency rescue service to beach-goers, creating a safe environment both on and around Dicky Beach. Throughout its history, the club has proudly held intact its vision of of “Zero Preventable Deaths” within our patrol environs.


Tony Freeman Aug 06, 2019
End Trachoma by 2020 - Building Healthy Communities
End Trachoma by 2020 - Building Healthy Communities

Tony has been a very active member in the various Clubs and also at a District level in Districts 9680 and 9600 since 1991 when he joined THORNLEIGH Club in (then) District 9680.  In 2003 Tony and Marilyn moved to Brisbane and he became a member of Rotary Club of SAMFORD VALLEY until the move to Sunshine Coast in late 2014 when he joined the Rotary Club of ALEXANDRA HEADLAND. He has been Assistant Governor, President, a PHF, and held many other Rotary positions. Tony has a background included marketing of consumer products, furniture, fashion, toiletries and pharmaceuticals. He continues to do some business review and coaching for small businesses as he enjoys “retirement” ...which meant going from paid work to volunteer and Rotary work!

He is the Trachoma Champion for Rotary District 9600

Ray Krebs Aug 13, 2019

Originally from New Zealand, Ray has travelled through the US & Europe and while in London he met his lovely wife Donna, who hails from Warrnambool Victoria Australia.

They returned to Australia & lived for a time in Melbourne before moving to Warrnambool to start their family – having 2 daughters who are now 19 & 21.

Having adult daughters, they took the opportunity this year to move to QLD to be closer to friends & family where Ray has taken the opportunity to work for the NBN. His role is to speak to Community Groups to help educate residents about Connecting to the NBN plus importantly highlighting Scam Awareness.

Outside of work, Ray is a referee for Touch Rugby League and enjoys walking & exploring Brisbane’s many walking tracks.


Ray is part of the nbn™ local Qld team. His role is to meet with local Community Groups to help educate them about the status of the nbn™ access network in there area.

His presentation will cover:

  •  What is the nbn™
  • What do you need to do to connect
  • How the nbn effects your existing Home Phone & Medical Alarms
  • Scams to be aware of

We are not selling anything as the nbn™ is the wholesaler – not a phone or internet company.

The nbn™ access network now has more than 5 million homes and 500,000 Businesses connected in Australia and continues to gather momentum with approximately 55,000 new homes, 20,000 new Businesses being added to the national footprint each month

Darryl Iseppi Nov 12, 2019
DG's Visit
DG's Visit

Born in 1963, Darryl grew up on a farm on the Darling Downs before he came to Brisbane to study at University. Qualified as an accountant he has travelled all over Australia plus Goroka and Mount Hagan in PNG for work.

 After many previous youth clubs Darryl joined Aspley Rotaract in 1985 and Aspley Rotary in 1990. He was president of the Rotaract Club during Expo 88 and president of Aspley Rotary in 1997-98. In 2013 New Farm Rotary was chartered with Darryl as president.

 Having served District as a Rotaractor and then in multiple positions as a Rotarian he has a wide experience of Rotary.  He is an Arch Klumph Society member, Bequest Society member and a Charter member of the District Paul Harris Society. He has participated in a Polio National Immunization Day in India and has been involved in numerous District and Global Grants in their current and former forms.

He is still running his Accounting business during his District Governor Year. Darryl has two adult children Gemma and Terry now 23 years old. The highlight for Darryl for the 2019-2020 year will be his marriage to Laura in January 2020.