Gabe Denemark – Community Ambassador for NBN

NBN Progress Update – what it means for you

Gabe Denemark is part of the NBN local Community Affairs team in Melbourne. His role is to meet with local community and residential groups to help educate them about NBN and what it means for them.

Gabe will be speaking on the progress and status of nbn in the area, what it means for our members, as well as important information like tips and tricks on how to choose the right plan, how nbn affects existing devices, landlines, medical alarms etc. and how to protect yourself from scams.

A commerce graduate from University of Western Australia in 2017, majoring in marketing, Gabe has been extremely active in engaging the community on behalf of NBN to help us understand the significance of the new infrastructure, what it means for us and helping all to get the most out of the new infrastructure.


You are invited to join the annual Christmas breakfast

WHEN: 17th December at 7.30am

WHERE: RACV City Club, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000

TICKET COST: $31.00 per person (includes hot buffet breakfast)

Please book by 1pm on 12th December 2019 on Trybooking

Gerard is looking for volunteers for the choir
Please let him know asap so he can send out the songs and other info regarding the morning
Just a reminder that Alison is organising the Christmas hampers this year, please see her note in the Bulletin.
Please bring your hamper on the morning of the 17th as we have no capacity to store hampers before that day.


Club Information

Welcome to Rotary
Central Melbourne

Interested in what we do?
Join us for breakfast
We meet
Tuesday 7.20am
for 7.40am
RACV City Club
501 Bourke Street
Melbourne 3000
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Gabe Denemark – Community Ambassador for NBN
Dec 10, 2019
NBN Progress Update – what it means for you
Christmas Breakfast
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Please book on Trybooking see link below
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