Business Moreton Bay Region presents the Hon Julie Bishop

Friday 18 June

Business Moreton Bay Region presents the Hon Julie Bishop

Join us for our next business lunch event on Friday 18 June with special guest the Hon Julie Bishop.

A successful 2032 Olympic Games bid will present huge opportunities for communities and businesses in the Moreton Bay Region.

Ms Bishop will present a keynote discussing Australia’s global competitive advantage in a rapidly changing world, and during a time of great challenge and opportunity.

Following the keynote Ms Bishop will join a panel discussion looking at Brisbane’s 2032 Olympics bid, exploring the opportunities for the Moreton Bay Region and how industry can work together to leverage long-lasting legacy benefits from being a host destination.

Guest panellists to be announced soon.

Tickets include a two-course lunch with drinks package, and access to the post-event networking function (2.30pm - 5.00pm)

Event Details

Date: Friday 18 June


  • 11.00am (doors) pre-event networking
  • 12.00pm – 2.30pm Lunch with keynote & Panel discussion
  • 2.30pm – 5.00pm Post-event networking function

Venue: Eatons Hill Hotel Grand Ballroom, 646 South Pine Road, Eatons Hill 4037


Hon Julie Bishop

The Honourable Julie Bishop is one of Australia’s most recognised and respected politicians at home and abroad.

For 20 years Ms Bishop served as the federal member for the West Australian seat of Curtin. She was Australia’s Foreign Minister for five years – the first female in the role, and the first female to be Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party in its 75 year history, from 2007-2018.

Ms Bishop led the international response to the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, and, under her leadership, the Foreign Policy White Paper was developed providing a comprehensive policy framework for the next decade.

Ms Bishop is the Chancellor of Australian National University, chair of Telethon Kid’s Institute, chair of The Prince’s Trust Australia, member of the international advisory boards of Afiniti and the Human Vaccines Project and is the Patron of Shooting Stars – an education programme for young aboriginal girls.

What if the event is cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19?

In the event that the event is cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions ticket holders can choose to receive a full refund including booking fee.

COVID Safety Plan

Both Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) and Eatons Hill Hotel have adopted an extensive COVID safety plan in line with Queensland Health regulations to ensure the safety of all guests attending this event. To learn more about this please email

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