The Club aims to promote the needs and interests of women and to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged Australian children through The Smith Family’s Learning for Life Program.
Formed in 1990, the Club currently sponsors eight Learning for Life students and actively supports an after-school Learning group at a nearby primary school.
Lasting friendships are made through monthly lunch meetings, which include prominent people speaking on a range of subjects; membership of our talented choir; interest groups including Bridge, Mahjong and Canasta and regular social outings to theatre productions, museum visits and bus trips.
New members are always welcome. Become part of our supportive, caring community. Contact us now for further information.
Lunchtime meetings are held on the
first Tuesday of each month at 10.45 for 11.30am.
- Mt Ommaney Hotel Apartments,
Dandenong Road (off Centenary Highway),
- Bev, Club Secretary, 07 32792819
- Denise, Asst. Secretary, 0409261488
Colouring in a New Year!
A splash of colour marked Chapel Hill View Club’s first lunch for 2018 on 6 February at Mt Ommaney Hotel/Apartments. Yellow, red and white tulips and yellow serviettes decorated the tables, as more than 50 members met to renew friendships and to share stories of their Christmas celebrations. A new committee was inducted and promised another exciting year, with the goal of supporting eight Smith Family Learning for Life Students.
The Club caters for many interests, with a very active choir and monthly meetings of bridge, Canasta and Mahjong groups.
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Qld 2018 International Women's Day Brisbane
VIEW International Women’s Day 2018 (Brisbane) Michelle Carmichael, Tertiary Team Leader (TSF Brisbane), and Jamie-Lee Duckworth, Learning for Life student, recently attended a VIEW International Women’s Day High Tea. Hosted by the three Western suburbs VIEW Clubs (Centenary Evening, Chapel Hill and Kenmore) to celebrate International Women’s Day 2018 it was attended by a number of other VIEW Clubs as well as Acting National Councillor, Lyn Masters.Read more...
VIEW Parliamentary Metnion
Ms JODIE HARRISON (Charlestown) make a Private Member's Statement in Parliament on Tuesday 22 May 2018Read more...
WA State Conference
The idea of holding a Development Conference is to spread the word about VIEW and The Smith Family to a wider audience in WA, as well as give local women and those new to VIEW the opportunity to attend a “Convention-like” event.
VIEW National Convention 2019
Save the Date for National Convention 2019