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An initiative of Brisbane City Council

Aidan Ryan & Rotary Club of Balmoral

Rotary Brekkie

Creek Rd & Lytton Rd, Murarrie QLD
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Rotary Club of Balmoral, I took inspiration from their key areas of focus which include supporting education, growing local economies, as well as protecting the environment. I have captured these values in a chaotic breakfast scene, which is a nod to their breakfast program with Murrarie State School which is located around the corner from the box.
Box ID: B0592 (View Map Below)
Organisation: Rotary Club of Balmoral
Painted on: September 2022
Awards: Best Organisation 2022

Building Up Communities

Brisbane-based freelance illustrator and graphic designer Aidan Ryan collaborated with the Rotary Club of Balmoralto celebrate its 50th anniversary with a knockout artwork on a local traffic signal box.

‘Rotary Brekkie’ is fun, chaotic and bold, and showcases the many ways the Rotary club lifts up local communities by supporting education, growing local economies, and protecting the environment. The artwork’s overarching breakfast theme references the Rotary Club of Balmoral’s breakfast program with Murarrie State School. The Rotary Clubs of Balmoral and Carindale also organise an annual kite-flying event, so it is lovely to see kites making an appearance on the artwork too.

Photo: Club President Gareth Thomas with artist Aidan Ryan. Image courtesy Rotary Club of Balmoral.

Register your interest 
to paint a traffic signal box


You must be a resident of Brisbane ie. living within the Brisbane City Council area.
You must not be an employee of Brisbane City Council.
You must not have painted more than two traffic signal boxes in a four year period and not in consecutive years.

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