Club Projects

Club projects are the backbone of any Rotary Club.
Rotarians are People of Action and our projects define how we are serving  our local community and beyond.  

We channel our commitment to service, at home and abroad, through Rotary’s Avenues of Service,
which are the foundation of all  Club activity.

Vocational Service

Director: Cameron H

Vocational Service is at the heart of Rotary, which was founded on the Classification system of membership.

In line with Rotary’s Four Way Test, our club seeks to encourage and foster high ethical standards in business and professions, and recognise the worthiness of all useful occupations, and dignifying each as an opportunity to serve societyC

Community Service

Director: Janelle B

Every Rotary club and every Rotarian assumes a responsibility to find ways to improve the quality of life for those in their local communities, and to serve the public interest generally.

Brookfield Show assistance
Christmas Hamper deliveries
International House (UQ) liaison
Windana Women's Refuge liaison

International Service

Director: Wes N

Our club actively works to support and expand Rotary’s humanitarian work around the world. This important service promotes understanding and peace, sponsors projects in other countries and works with international partners to support projects in their communities.

Global Grant Applications

Youth Service

Director: Roger H

Rotary is a great believer in fostering the betterment of young people and providing those who have had a disadvantaged background to aspire to greatness and be supported and mentored to fulfill their goals.

Our club connects directly with several local schools, and have encouraged students to actively participate in a variety of  Rotary programmes.

Interact (BBC)
Rotary Reading Assistance Program (RRAP)
Somerville House liaison