The Fellowship is excited to announce our social program for the upcoming RI Convention in Melbourne, Australia!

Register for these events at the bottom of this page.

Saturday, 27 May

  • Fellowship program:
    • 2pm Drag Bottomless Brunch @ Harlow Richmond – US$50 per person, brunch includes 2 hours of bottomless bevs, a brunch item of your choice and FAB Drag Queens hosting!
    • House of Friendship stall opens
  • Evening recommendations:
  • Rotary Convention program highlight – House of Friendship opening

Sunday 28 May

  • Fellowship program:
    • Visit¬†Market Lane Coffee¬†in Melbourne‚Äôs iconic¬†Queen Victoria Market¬†from 8am
    • Join us throughout the afternoon for Drag Roulette at¬†Molly’s Bar Collingwood¬†– no cost to attend but drinks and food at bar prices, register to assist us with a table booking. Enjoy $30 Bottomless Mimosas from 3-6, $12 Select Cocktails from 3-8 to get you in the spirit(s) and AU$10 pizzas throughout the day and evening.
    • House of Friendship stall
  • Rotary Convention program highlight – General opening sessions

Monday 29 May

  • Fellowship program:
    • Visit¬†Code Black coffee¬†in Brunswick from 7:30am
    • 3:30pm¬†Arts Centre Melbourne¬†tour – US$5
      With its iconic spire, Arts Centre Melbourne is both an architectural and cultural landmark in Melbourne. It is the flagship of the performing arts in the state of Victoria and the focal point of the cultural precinct in Melbourne. A visit to Arts Centre Melbourne doesn’t stop at the stage; the Australian Performing Arts Collection, the Australian Music Vault and a Sunday crafts market are also open to visitors. Join Streets of Melbourne ‚Äď South Wharf for dinner afterwards.
    • House of Friendship stall
  • Evening recommendation:

Tuesday 30 May

  • Fellowship program:
    • Visit¬†St Ali Coffee¬†in South Melbourne from 7:30am
    • 3:30pm¬†Victorian Pride Centre¬†tour – US$5
      The CEO is giving us this tour and we will visit some of the LGBTIQ+ organisations that operate from the centre to hear about the things they do to support LGBTIQ+ Victorians.
      The Victorian Pride Centre is Australia’s first purpose-built LGBTIQ+ Centre. Opening in July 2021 in Melbourne’s bayside tourism precinct St Kilda, the seven story Victorian Pride Centre is home to 15 LGBTIQ+ organisations, a meeting space for LGBTIQ+ clubs and groups and a cultural and social hub with a theatrette, gallery, rooftop event space and bars.
    • Early Dinner at a St Kilda Pub close to the Pride Centre – to be advised at a later date
    • House of Friendship stall

Wednesday 31 May

  • Fellowship program:
  • Rotary Convention program highlight – General closing session

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With its iconic spire, Arts Centre Melbourne is both an architectural and cultural landmark in Melbourne. It is the flagship of the performing arts in the state of Victoria and the focal point of the cultural precinct in Melbourne. A visit to Arts Centre Melbourne doesn’t stop at the stage; the Australian Performing Arts Collection, the Australian Music Vault and a Sunday crafts market are also open to visitors.
Price: $5.00
The Victorian Pride Centre is Australia’s first purpose-built LGBTIQ+ Centre. Opening in July 2021 in Melbourne’s bayside tourism precinct St Kilda, the seven story Victorian Pride Centre is home to 15 LGBTIQ+ organisations, a meeting space for LGBTIQ+ clubs and groups and a cultural and social hub with a theatrette, gallery, rooftop event space and bars.
Price: $5.00