Club 71 is a not for profit organisation established to maintain connection and provide support for past students who attended Parade College with students who would, by annual progression, have completed year 12 in 1971 at Parade College Bundoora.

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Upcoming Events

Pizza Night – 19th September

A great night had at Ill Pizzaiolo

2019 Breakfasts – at Cafe n Addictions

The Cafe n Addictions
78 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe

The Club71 scheduled Breakfasts for 2019 (partners included)

  • Saturday 26th October

AGM and Guest Speaker – Wednesday 20th November
– Everyone Welcome – partners and friends

Jeremy Johnson AM will be Guest Speaker on the night

Jeremy Johnson, the long time chief executive officer at Sovereign Hill, was named in 2019 as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his years of service to the tourism industry and Ballarat community as a whole.

Among the roles he has held include chief executive of Sovereign Hill from 2002-18, president of the Victorian Employer’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry from 2008-10, president of the Australian Chamber of Commerce, a role he has held since 2017, chairman, Allocations Committee, Ballarat Sports Foundation 1996-2010 and the long time chair of the Central Highlands Water Board, since 2010.

He was also the chairman of the Tourism Excellence Working Group with Tourism Victoria form 2004-2016 and a member of the Council of Australasian Museum Directors, 2002-2018.

Our 45th year Reunion – 12th November 2016

Click Here to see photos of the night

Click here to go to the 45 year Reunion page to read more

For those of you who attended the 1996 (25 year reunion at Coopers Inn (Melbourne City) just remind yourself of the great times and “memories you shared” in the attached document Comments from 1996

Check out the 1971 year 12 prize winners

Provided by Jill Marino – after discovering in Peter’s old documents

1971- prize winners

Old Paradians in London

A group of Old Paradians living in London have begun holding regular meetings to swap tales and ideas about their old days at Parade and their new lives in the UK. Click here for more info