2018 at RGSQ


RGSQ lectures are free and open to the public.


“Geography and its relevance to leadership in a regional university - the USC experience.” 

by Professor Greg Hill, Vice-Chancellor and President, University of the Sunshine Coast. 

Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 7.15pm-9pm

VenueUniversity of the Sunshine Coast, Lecture Theatre 2 (K Block)



February: Welcome to 2018 

Tue 6 Feb, 7:30pm-9:30pm

Venue:  St Francis Theological College, Lecture Room 1. Enter from either Baroona Road or Milton Road

Please join us for the first social evening of the year when the Society’s 2018 program of activities and events as well as an update on the Society’s plan for new premises will be presented. This is a social function with light refreshments served. 

For catering purposes please contact the RGSQ Office on 07 3368 2066 or email admin@rgsq.org.au.


Thurs 22 March

You are invited to join us on a bus trip to Northern NSW. There we will share the Madura tea experience. Madura is a Tamil word for Paradise. It is the only Sub-Tropical tea plantation which began production in 1978. 

Tour numbers are limited, if you are interested please register with the RGSQ office on 07 3368 2066 or email admin@rgsq.org.au to avoid disappointment. 

* The Society's 2016/17 Annual Report may be downloaded HERE.

His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC
Governor of Queensland