RA Annual Luncheon with Mark Bailey (Brisbane)
03/12/2021 12:00 to 03/12/2021 14:30
Venue: Hilton Brisbane
There will be no bigger event on RA’s Brisbane calendar in 2021 than our Annual Lunch!
This event always sells out quickly - and will do so even more rapidly this year, as there is maximum capacity for the event due to QLD Government COVID guidelines and requirements, which will be strictly observed.
You don’t want to miss out on our biggest networking lunch in Brisbane this year! This year will look a little different as we are limiting seat capacity to ensure all our members are able to attend and be represented. This is a pre release of advance seats to RA Members only
Date: Friday 3 December
Time: 12 noon pre-lunch drinks for a 12.30pm prompt sit down; 2.30pm close
Where: Hilton Brisbane, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane
Diet: Please inform us if you have special dietary requirements
Members Seat - $209 (inc GST)
Member Table (8 Seats) - $1672 (inc GST)
Non Member Seat - $271.70 (inc GST)
Non Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $2172.60 (inc GST)
Roads Australia offers 5 free seats to members on maternity/paternity leave for every Industry Lunch or Forum on a first-in, best dressed basis. Please email email@example.com directly to secure one of these complimentary seats.
Please find our Event and Booking guide here.
The Hon. Mark Bailey MP, Queensland Minister for Transport and Main Roads
Mark was elected as the State Member for Miller in the 2017 State election, and subsequently appointed Minister for Transport and Main Roads. He served in the previous Palaszczuk Government as Minister for Main Roads, Road Safety and Ports; and Minister for Energy, Biofuels and Water Supply.
Mark is a former Councillor for Moorooka Ward on the Brisbane City Council. He served as Chair of the Toohey Forest Management Committee and Chair of the Heritage Advisory Committee, as well serving as Deputy Chair of the Urban Planning Committee and a member of the Transport and Traffic Committee.
Mark is also a qualified high school teacher in history and drama and has worked in transport, gambling, liquor and racing policy for the Queensland state government.