Thinking about joining Rotary?

If you would like to do something for yourself that really does contribute to changing an individual or a whole community's lives for the better then you have come to the right place.

You are personally welcome to attend any one or all of our events and activities.

Our club meetings are held on Wednesday evenings at the Kondari Resort, Pandanus Room, 49 - 63 Elizabeth Street, Urangan, QLD 4655. The 1st Wednesday of every month we have a Social Evening Please contact Colin ‭0403 071 679‬ for details and we commence the evening at 6:00pm with drinks and fellowship.

There are many ways to join Rotary and there are many avenues of Rotary within which you may find yourself motivated to be involved. Becoming a member is really fun, social and genuinely good for the soul and it also happens to be the best way to gain exposure to the whole complement of possibilities available to you through Rotary’s programs and activities. Rotary Clubs are in every town, city, country and continent and we all work together. No matter where you go you will find belonging and friendship from like minded members ready to unite on projects that really do change people's lives for the better.

At the Rotary Club of Harvey Bay City you may choose to: volunteer on fundraising projects, be a volunteer for overseas aid work, design and build parks, playgrounds and sporting facilities, donate to Rotary programs, become a corporate partner or sponsor a child. You may decide to raise funds for another charity organisation that needs help, donate food, send water filtration systems to 3rd world countries, provide mosquito nets to the Pacific islands, build a school, train teachers and nurses, finance medical teams in Nepal, cook a sausage on a BBQ, host a Gala dinner, partake in a trivia night, sell raffle tickets whilst wearing a funny hat ...as you can see the sky is the limit and the limitations of your involvement are set by you.

International Rotary projects focus on the following areas:

Global peace and conflict resolution,
Disease prevention,
Water and sanitation,
Maternal and child health,
Education and literacy and
Economic and community development.

Rotary is about helping others - we call it 'Service above Self' (but we think you’ll have a lot of fun along the way too.)

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Interested?

Come along to a meeting and check us out. We meet at The Beach House, 344 Esplanade, Scarness, Hervey Bay at 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start on most Wednesdays. Please check events to confirm venue.

Please call us on 0400 332 763 or email us: secretary@rotaryherveybaycity.org.au

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A brief history of The Rotary Club of Hervey Bay City

On the 16th of August, 1984, twenty four business and professional leaders from the Hervey Bay area were presented with a Charter which formed the Rotary Club of Hervey Bay City.

The Charter President was Renzo Bonventi, who will long be remembered as a Foundation Member, in Hervey Bay. The club’s major focus was towards youth and development of our region, which continues to this very day. Rotary Hervey Bay has been instrumental in the establishment of the local PCYC, has sponsored dozens of foreign exchanges students, co-sponsors an annual support dinner for new entrant doctors at the hospital, donates toward medical initiatives, and engages dozens of community welfare projects.

Rotary Hervey Bay is part of a worldwide association of Rotary Clubs, known as Rotary International. Consisting of over 46,000 individual clubs across 529 Districts, in 220 countries, membership boasts a collective of more than 1.4 million Rotarians.  New members are invited to submit an interest in becoming a member, to the Club Secretary, President, or via email to secretary@rotaryherveybaycity.org.au

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