AN EAGLEHAWK Rotary Club member says volunteering at an Australia Day barbecue breakfast is the highlight of the club's year.
The club came together on Australia Day to serve up a breakfast to the community at Canterbury Park.
Alf Thorpe, who has been volunteering for 15 years, said the day went well.
"Australia Day in the park is always special," he said.
"The barbecue is one of the more significant events we put on."
The Rotary Club served 350 meals to the community on Sunday.
Mr Thorpe said he enjoyed the day because everyone came together.
"Diverse members of the community celebrate together - it is great," he said.
"The entire rotary club was there on Sunday.
"We all joined to serve the community so it makes sense for all of us to be there on a big day like Australia Day."
The Eaglehawk Rotary Club cooked 400 sausages and 20 kilograms of bacon.