Community Friends


Christmas Day Lunch: Every year, Community Friends has a community Christmas Day breakfast and Christmas Day lunch, where everyone is welcome. It is a great way to spend time on Christmas Day and we would love you to come. 

It is held at the corner of Boundary St. West End and Russell St. West End. Breakfast starts at 7am and lunch from around 11am.

Christmas breakfast is bacon and egg rolls/sandwiches.

People frequently ask me what should they do when they come to our Christmas day event. All we ask people to do is to make everyone feel welcome and included. You can do this by talking to others that come, or take a plate of food around offering it to everyone. 

Some people like to bring presents for those that aren’t as fortunate as they are. If you would like to do this, please write the target group for the present on the outside. For example, “Present for girl ages 7 to 10 years old”. If you would like to bring Coles or Woolworths gift cards, please look for me on the day and I will make sure they are given to the right people.

If you would like to bring some food, please email me and let me know what you are bringing and how much you are bringing. This way I’ll be able to better organise the lunch.

If you would like to make a donation to help, our bank details are: 

Community Friends

Bank of Queensland

BSB: 124050

Account: 21808940 

Cheques can be sent to Community Friends, 27 Cameron Street, Fairfield 4103 

All donations are tax deductible.

Free food every Wednesday (3.30pm) at West End Community Park (155 Boundary Street, "The Kiosk").

Free Food includes: Frozen dinners, fruit, vegetables, rice, pasta, canned food etc. 


Mark McDonnell

Phone: 0418 754 900

155 Boundary Street
West End QLD 4101


Time Place Details Food Provider Cost Type
3:30pm West End West End Community Park (Small Park), 155 Boundary Street,
West End 4101
Frozen dinners & fresh fruit and veg Community Friends Free Van


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