Upcoming Events 1 July 2017

Burleigh Brewing what’s on in July

Come on down and visit us at the Burleigh Brewing Taphouse
Wed & Thurs 3pm - 6pm, Friday 3pm - 8.30pm and Sunday 12pm - 6pm.

For news on music, food trucks and special events keep scrolling down!

At the Taphouse in July:


Sunday 2nd of July:

Live Music – Hayley Grace

Food trucks – Dublin Drive


Friday 7th of July:

Live Music – Hell & Wiskey

Food truck – The Weiner Haus


Sunday 9th of July:

Live Music – Ondre Davis

Food truck – Little Wahaca


Friday 14th of July:

Live Music – Micka Scene

Food truck – Little Havana


Sunday 16th of July:

Live Music – Phil & Tilly

Food truck – Surf Burger


Friday 21st of July:

Live Music – Matty Rodgers

Food truck – Baracca


Sunday 23rd of July:

Live Music – Brad Butcher

Food truck – Frying Piggy


Friday 28th of July:

Live Music – Brad Butcher

Food truck –  Little Wahaca


Sunday 30th of July:

Live Music – Tyler Vivian

Food truck – Zicatela Mobile

Recipient of the Taphouse Tip Jar:


MND and Me Foundation

MND and Me Foundation Limited was established by Scott Sullivan, a husband and father of two children. Scott was diagnosed with MND in 2010 at the age of 38, and sadly died from MND in April 2014.

MND and Me Foundation Limited is a not for profit organisation that Scott formed to raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and its impact in the community. Scott saw a desperate need to assist people living with MND, and their families, to maintain their independence and quality of life for as long as possible.

MND and Me Foundation is a significant financial contributor towards research into finding a cure for MND. In addition to raising funds to ensure a cure for MND is realised, the Foundation remains committed to improving the lives of those impacted by Motor Neurone Disease.

The Foundation aims to reduce the burden of recently diagnosed patients and their families and provide practical assistance to people living with MND, and their carers, to help them cope with present and future challenges.

As the symptoms of MND increase, the level of care needed to remain at home also increases. Families need to adapt to the constantly changing levels of disabilities. They need physical and emotional support. They need community acceptance. The MND and Me Foundation intends to be there for them.


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