ClubMulwala’s “amazing” $1.7m profit
due to McBurnie Engineering Intellectual Property being used in the design.
“The boardwalk is due for completion by December in time for the busy Christmas period.”
Maintenance staff of ClubMulwala com- pleted renovations of 10 of the 61 resort units in April-May. Sub contractors were used, where necessary.
“The refurbished rooms are a credit to the team, and a great job was done all round,” the club president said.
“The plan is to refurbish 10 rooms each year on a rotating basis.”
In other big news, ClubMulwala has engaged Rubicon Design, based in Melbourne and Queensland, to suggest how the club can be revamped for the next 20 to 30 years.
In April, most ClubMulwala directors attended the Gaming Expo in Brisbane to keep abreast of trends in the industry.
“We also visited many clubs north and south of Brisbane, some of which used Rubicon for their redesigns,” two-year-president to date, Mr O’Meara, said.
“The board has discussed some concept proposals with our management team and was given great feedback. We are awaiting the next concept drawings from Rubicon before posting the agreed plans for members’ information.”
Support to local community charities and groups was continued by ClubMulwala, to the tune of $330,000 where it was required.
*ClubMulwala’s Annual General Meeting is on Sunday, October 21 at 11.00am.
Record membership, record profit … a happy ClubMulwala President Des O’Meara ESM OAM and Chief Executive Officer Alan Rowe with the new boardwalk under construction in the background on Lake Mulwala.