Known to most members as the GBS, the Good Blokes Society provides a range of safe and secure platforms for men to create and develop their social and business relationships.
Our growing community consists of great blokes who share a common approach to life both personally and professionally. We host a range of events to provide members with opportunities to enjoy the company of like-minded good blokes. We encourage regular communication between members and take pride in the supportive culture the GBS has created.
The Good Blokes Walk for 24 will take place in Melbourne from Midday the 26th November to Midday 27th November. In 2020 we raised $24,000.00 for our charity partners Outside the Locker Room and RESN.
The gathering of Good Blokes in a comfortable environment where stories are told and shared, banter is rife and the seeds of many opportunities are created. There is always the enjoyment of a great steak together with a tale or two told whilst enjoying an ice-cold beer or a nice glass of wine.
I cannot recommend GBS enough for men that need a community to share life’s journey. The emphasis is all about what life should be, which to me is about fun and the support of one another.
I have grown as a person so I am thankful for the GBS in helping to enrich my personal relationships and my life as a whole. I encourage all the Good Blokes out there to come along to an event and join our community.
I have been a GBS member from almost the inception. I can’t thank the GBS boys enough, do yourself a favour and come along to our next event for a beer and a laugh … you will not be disappointed.
From the outset Shaun, Steve and Dipper outlined the GBS mantra of a group who worked hard, were very social and enjoyed celebrating being a Good Bloke with a very strong focus on looking after one another through good times and bad.
The Good Blokes Society is fortunate to have the support of some well-known individuals who represent and interact with our programs and events as Ambassadors. We are incredibly thankful for their ongoing support and dedication to being a “good bloke”.