District Governor Adrian Froggatt and Wendy

and the members of the Rotary Club of Berwick invite you to ‘Break the Chains’ March 20-22nd 2020 in Bendigo.
A full program is already planned with an affordable and value packed conference that will inspire and motivate Rotarians, partners, Rotarators and visitors alike.
Accommodation bookings are now open.
Breaking the Chains” is essentially a shortening of “breaking the chains of the prison of the mind” as it is in our minds where the true obstacles to progress and adaptability reside. Its objective is for Rotarians to recognise and acknowledge institutional and personal fears and anxiety around change so we can better deal with and respond to our rapidly changing environment.
Breaking the chains is not something that only applies to Rotary, indeed, far from it.  This is where our speakers come in, as I want their addresses whether Rotary content or not, to; Encourage us to be outward looking.
  • Encourage us to be open minded and accepting of other views; to look through the eyes of others.
  • Encourage us to critically review our established practices and ways.
  • Encourage us to embrace beneficial change while not embracing change.
  • Encourage us to remove prohibitions, barriers and boundaries where they exist.
  • Give us a clear call to action.

Bendigo Tourism are the Local Accommodation and Tour Experts

Bendigo spoils visitors with accommodation options. There are many and varied styles of accommodation in the region in excess of 2,800 beds with a capacity beyond 4,000 people. Bendigo offers something to suit all styles, needs and budgets. Quality motels, serviced apartments, caravan parks, self-contained cottages and bed and breakfasts make for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
Quote your special booking code: D9820 to receive your complimentary Welcome Pack