Current Projects

Current Projects

Apex Australia is more than one project - it is hundreds of local, state and national efforts confronting community concerns, initiating social action and aleviating distress. Each Club has its own priorities but each year state and national leaders focus on some big picture issues.


Overseas Work Party - Philippines May 11-22, 2023


In years gone by, many Apexians from Australia have taken part in Work Parties in other Apex Countries. This a real opportunity to be part of building something in a community whilst experiencing a different culture, making new overseas friends and having great Fun.

Apex Australia are joining forces with Apex Philippines led by the Apex Club of San Pablo to construct a school building in a village where the teacher is currently teaching out of
his garage. This trip will depart on the 11th of May, 2023 and will start with a travel day, 7 days work party and then head the following weekend for the National Philippines Convention and to help them celebrate 53 years of Apex in the Philippines.

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2022 National President's Flood Appeal


The Flood Appeal is now closed and with all funds raised donated to families in need in Lismore. Thank you to everyone who supported this cause.


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Australia Day Project

The Apex Australia Day Project has been developed by the Apex National Board. Apex Clubs around Australia are typically involved in Australia Day celebrations within their own community every year in some capacity. We may be setting up the event, hosting, cooking, parking or just celebrating our National day.  

We’re already involved in Australia Day so lets make the most of it! We see this as a great opportunity to speak to community members and in particular our new Australians and discuss with them the attributes of the Apex Association—think of it as a recruiting opportunity. Not only will you have new Australians who are clearly excited about joining your community, there will be other community minded people at the event that may be waiting to be asked “Have you heard about Apex?”

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Apex Australia Teenage Fashion awards

AATFA is a unique opportunity for school students interested in the fashion and design industries to demonstrate their skill and flair through competition. Since its inaugural National competition on 2006, and in conjunction with the regional finals held in each state in Australia, AATFA has enabled thousands of talented teenagers to grow in confidence and unleash their potential. 

Many entrants go on to further study at a tertiary level and then forge careers in fashion design, textiles, costume design, photography and production. Some have been employed by well-known designers and others have even created their own fashion labels. 

Opportunities exist to become involved in this amazing student festival of fashion! AATFA is always looking for passionate people who have skills in event management, logisitcs, media and marketing.

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Karratha Garden Party

The Apex club of Karratha has been running its famous Garden Party for over a decade, and it has now become one of the biggest events on the WA social calendar. Over 500 partygoers dress in fancy dress and get on a bus destined for a mystery location, to enjoy a day full of food, drink, live entertainment and loads of fun. Funds raised from the event enables the club to pump over $200k back into the community.

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Apex Outback Postie Bike Ride

The Apex Outback Postie Bike Ride, held every year in early Spring, sees 100 keen riders travel 1,100 km in 4 days on their Postie Bikes through the picturesque Flinders Ranges and Outback South Australia, covering some of the toughest and most challenging off road terrain South Australia has to offer.

Riders are required to raise a minimum of $500 for the chosen charity to participate in the ride. Proceeds from the Apex Outback Postie Bike Ride are donated to The Apex Copper Coast Retreats established by the Apex Clubs of South Australia in support of Cancer Council of SA. The physical, emotional, and financial burden of cancer can be over whelming, and extends throughout the whole family, whether it is a child or a parent with the diagnosis. The 3 bedroom retreats located at North Beach Wallaroo provide free accommodation for a week to families who are experiencing cancer. The aim is to ease the burden, and support families during this difficult time by providing a relaxing beachside holiday, enabling families during or after treatment to enjoy their time together, creating precious positive experiences and memories.

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Blacktown Apex is Cool!

"We have been so lucky to have worked with Blacktown Apex over the last few months. My daughter Pippa who is 4 years old and suffers from cerebral palsy was our reason for coming into contact with Blacktown Apex. Due to difficulties walking long distances Pippa was in need of a manual wheelchair. The people at Blacktown Apex have been more than generous and supported my daughter and our whole family through this difficult process.

They were very generous and assisted us with a donation towards her Manual wheelchair, and other donations towards further medical assistance for our little fighter.

The lovely people of Blacktown Apex who express such a caring and helpful natures have been of overwhelming support to my family. We are so very grateful for all their hard work and support and so thankful that they were able to assist us to gain this important piece of equipment for Pippa to attend her appointments."

Joanne Gray


"Blacktown Apex is cool. They helped me get cool wheels. Thankyou."

Pippa Gray



It’s a local festival event run by Apex Milton Ulladulla in partnership with community, volunteers, council, business chamber. 

South Coast Craft Beer Festival is a new festival presented by The Apex Club of Milton Ulladulla. The aim of the festival is to promote good times, good food and great beer, in a relaxed environment to the people of the South Coast of NSW.

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