Innisfail top tableInnisfail Toastmasters meet on the second and fifth Wednesday of each month from 7.00pm to 9.00pm .  We meet at the Community Support Centre (“The Hub”) in Donald Street and work to a formal agenda each meeting including speeches, evaluations of these, and other activities. We usually share a light supper. We often host visiting Toastmasters from the Mount Sheridan (and other) club/s which brings innovation, ideas and experience to our local members.

To enquire about joining Toastmasters, to attend a meeting as a guest, or just to find out more about what Toastmasters can offer you, please either phone or email:

Patrick Cassar on 0418 790 971

We appologise that the above email address is temporarily out of action. Send any enquiries through the comment section at the bottom of the page.

District 69 also supports all Toastmasters clubs in our geographical region and they may be contacted on 1300 304 069.


  1. Damian says:

    Hi, I’m just new to Innisfail. I’m interested in joining Toastmasters. I don’t have any experience.

  2. Joanne says:

    Hi Damian,

    welcome to Innisfail! We seem to be coming into the wet season a little late this year but that’s better than not at all.

    Innisfail Toastmasters club meets on the second and fifth tuesdays of each month.
    The next meeting is on 29th March at 7:30pm. It won’t be a usual meeting because we are practicing for the upcoming speechcraft course but you are more than welcome to come along and meet everyone.
    You don’t need to be an experienced public speaker to come to toastmasters, it’s designed to teach or refine public speaking skills. The first manual that you get has 10 set speeches. Each new speech has a different focus that builds on the last. For example, the first speech is to get you up and talking in front of an audience. You usually introduce yourself as this is a topic you are familiar with. Then the next speech will focus on creating a structure for your speech, an introduction, body and conclusion. The other speeches focus on things like body language, voice, being descriptive, being succinct, and motivating your audience.
    We also have parts of the program where we evaluate, just to provide people with feedback. It’s good for learning.

    We all started off on speech 1, some of us still get a bit nervous but that’s fine. We’re all there to learn. And we’d love to have you along.


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