The President cordially invites you and your friends to attend the 69th St Andrew's Day Men's Dinner 2016. We are honoured to have as Guest Speaker, Professor James Allan, Garrick Professor in Law at the TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland.

Join us for Pre-dinner drinks from 6.45pm, with all guests to be seated by 7.30PM SHARP.

Dress: Kilt and Formal Jacket, Dinner Suit or Dress Jacket. Decorations – Miniatures


Members - $130; Members over 70 years - $100; Non Members - $150 (also includes 1st year membership if applied for – membership forms are available on our website). All amounts are GST inclusive.

Dinner RSVP Thursday 10th November 2016 as numbers are strictly limited.

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The President of the Society of St Andrew of Scotland (Queensland) Limited, Darling Downs Branch, has much pleasure in inviting Members, Partners and Guests to our
25th Anniversary Dinner 2016.

Please join us for this Special evening celebrating 25 years of the Darling Downs Branch.

With nn evening filled with traditional entertainment, feasting and celebration (includes address to the haggis, mini-pipe band and highland dancing).

To be held at the Downs Club, Mylne Street, Toowoomba on Friday 11 November 2016.

Download a Flyer for the Event.

Friday 22nd January 2016 – Burns' Supper – United Service Club, 183 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill.

Please join Councillors and members on 13 October at the United Services Club, Brisbane, for networking drinks, maybe even a dram or two and Caledonian-themed nibbles. An informative address and toast will be raised “From Ayrshire to Australia – the life and times of Sir Thomas Brisbane”.

This represents an ideal opportunity to meet and greet, in a relaxing setting, fellow Queensland devotees of Scottish culture and Scottish values – not to be missed !

Modest cover charge - $20 cash at the door.

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The 19th International Tartan Day is being held on 11th July 2015 from 9am to 4pm

It is taking place in King George Square in front of Brisbane City Hall and is proudly supported by the Brisbane City Council

International Tartan Day is an occasion where the Scottish diaspora commemorate two Scottish historical events and celebrate their heritage. The day is held on 1 July, the anniversary of the repeal of the 1747 Act of Proscription that banned the wearing of tartan. The day also acts as a celebration of the Declaration of Arbroath which was signed in 1320.


To enable as many as possible to participate, the Australian Scottish Community Qld holds the event on the nearest available weekend to the 1 July.

Article on last year's tartan day on the Qld State Library website 

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