We love getting together and having a good celebration!
The Norwegian Club hosts various events throughout the year including:
- May 17 (Syttende Mai) luncheon
- Club Birthday (September)
We’re always happy to hear your ideas on other events we can be a part of – so send us an email with your thoughts!
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17 Mai Celebration & Lunch 2017 (On 21st May) The RSVP and payment due date have been extended for our annual event!
Til alle medlemmer og venner av Norwegian Club of Queensland. Don’t miss out on joining us for the 17 MAI CELEBRATION LUNCH. If you would like to come, let…Find out more »
VOLVO SCANDINAVIAN FILM FESTIVAL 2017 The region of Scandinavia - culturally comprised of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Denmark - has produced some of the most iconic films ever made.…Find out more »
SCANDINAVIAN FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 16 — VOLUNTEERS PLEASE! —–> If you are willing to volunteer some of your time on the day, please contact us on email@example.com. There are plenty of jobs available at this amazing promotion and sharing of what Scandinavia can offer. We need people to do these jobs well! Could one of these people be YOU? Please let us know!
We hope you have received your invitation to The Norwegian Club of Queensland’s 2017 juletrefest WHEN: Saturday 25th November TIME: 3:00pm-7:00pm WHERE: ‘Heimdal’ Danish Club Hall, 36 Austin Street, Newstead 4006.…Find out more »
Swedes Down Under Inc, in collaboration with the Danish Club, Scandinavian Festival, The Norwegian Club, The Finnish Club, The Latvian Club, and the Estonian Club, are getting together to do what we do best - EUROVISION…Find out more »
Mai 17 is once again upon us! We wish to welcome you to our traditional Norwegian Club luncheon at the Sofitel Hotel, to join us in celebrating Norway's Grunnlovdag (Constitution…Find out more »
The Scandinavian Film Festival is an eternally popular festival that will be returning to Australia this July and August, exhibiting films that otherwise wouldn't be shown in Australian cinemas. It…Find out more »
The Scandinavian Festival is a Brisbane staple since its inception in 2012 when the clubs of Denmark, Norway and Sweden got together to give people an opportunity to spend time…Find out more »