Date and time

Thursday, 10 June 2021
12pm to 2:30pm


The W (Great Room)
81 North Quay, Brisbane, QLD 4000
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Join us for an industry luncheon with Brisbane Lord Mayor, Adrian Schrinner. This lunch provides you with a perfect opportunity to hear an update on current and upcoming infrastructure projects in Brisbane. 

Date:      Thursday 10 June

Time:     12 noon pre-lunch drinks for a 12.30pm prompt sit down; 2.30pm close

Where:   The W (Great Room), 81 North Quay, Brisbane

Diet:       Please inform us if you have special dietary requirements


Members Seat - $209 (inc GST)

Non Members Seat - $271.70 (inc GST) 

Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $1672 (inc GST) 

Non Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $2172.60 (inc GST) 

Roads Australia offers 5 free seats to members on maternity/paternity leave for every Industry Lunch or Forum on a first-in, best dressed basis. Please email directly to secure one of these complimentary seats.

Please find our Event and Booking guide here.

Contact Rachael Rooney or Alex Smith RA Events for event booking queries



Adrian Schrinner, Brisbane Lord Mayor  

Adrian Schrinner became Lord Mayor in April 2019 following the retirement of Graham Quirk. He was re-elected in March 2020, along with his team of Councillors. As well as being one of Brisbane’s youngest ever Lord Mayors he came to the role with significant on the job experience, having previously served as Deputy Mayor for eight years, and as a Councillor since 2005.

As Lord Mayor of Australia’s largest local government, Cr Schrinner has set out a distinct vision for the future of Brisbane, with major investments in new bridges for pedestrians and cyclists, and record investment in parks and public open space – including Council’s Victoria Park vision which will create Brisbane’s biggest new park in 50 years.

He is excited that work is now underway on the turn-up-and-go Brisbane Metro project – an Australian first that will revolutionise public transport in Brisbane.

Following the election, Cr Schrinner reshaped Brisbane’s Civic Cabinet to reflect his administration’s priorities, adding new portfolio areas of City Standards and the Night-time Economy, as well as creating a coronavirus recovery taskforce.

Cr Schrinner lives in the suburb of Carindale with his wife Nina and their four young children.  Both as Lord Mayor and as a dad, his goal is to ensure the Brisbane of tomorrow is better than the Brisbane of today.


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