Rotary Club of Corrimal

We provide many opportunities with service and fellowship, with the motto ‘giving has never been this much fun’. From health care to poverty to illiteracy, the drought and the environment. It’s great giving back to the community. New members welcome.

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Like a growing number of Rotary clubs, at least monthly some members meet in a local area for an hour to pick up plastics. So, there is a small patch on the planet with less plastic and wildlife more protected because of us.

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Corrimal Rotary Club is a vibrant club with a great mix of people who have a passion about our local and international communities. We warmly welcome guests to experience Rotary fellowship and see how individuals can change the world through Rotary’s networks. You will find being a member of Rotary is not only richly satisfying but also personally rewarding and beneficial in many unexpected ways.


  • Rotary Club of Corrimal meets every Wednesday 6.00 pm for 6.30 pm upstairs at the Fraternity Club in Fairy Meadow.
  • Rotary promotes the development of relationships that make a difference to business and the community. We provide our members with many opportunities for service and fellowship, with the motto ‘giving has never been this much fun’.
  • Our members have many opportunities for humanitarian service both locally and internationally. Service programs address such concerns as health care, hunger, poverty, illiteracy, and the environment. We experience the fulfillment that comes from giving back to the community.
  • With more than 32000 clubs in over 200 countries & geographical areas Rotarians gain an understanding of humanitarian issues through international service projects and exchange programs. One of Rotary’s highest objectives is to build goodwill and peace throughout the world.
  • Rotarians abide by The Four-Way Test Is it the TRUTH? Is it FAIR to all concerned? Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
  • Our activities include Twilight Markets, Ride 4 Rotary, Corrimal Rotary Charity Golf Day, Imagination Library and Dream Cricket. Click "What we do" below for all the details.

For sustainability we:

  • We have a member sustainability representative whose role is to give a brief report, at least monthly, about ours or other Rotary groups sustainability activities.
  • At least one member of our club/group is a member of the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group and shares their communications. Visit ESRAG
  • We have a sustainability committee/group that regularly considers activities for the club.
  • When planning activities we do the 5 point sustainability check to identify areas that may reduce the environmental impact of the activity.  The check list

  • We are celebrating our 60th anniversary by planting a grove of 60 trees native to our areas - swing some carbon and give a little more habitat for the local wildlife
  • Sure commit to the monthly commitment to ge together an pick up plastics - as well a few of our very committed members meet weekly in different areas. It's become a really fun part of our club and we have have attracted new members.
  • On our 1st Saturday of the month plastic pick up - when we have a coffee after - we do a collection, just a coin of what ever suits and without buy wooden disposable cutlery for the local home hub to give with meals to the homeless. We guess we are saving as much as 6000 plastic forks from going into the environment each year - easy.

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Active 31-Oct-2020 11:30 AM Illawarra Rotary Clubs family day out
Need to register in advance and a donation of $2 donation to help cover operation costs at the farm. Click link for details.
Active 07-Nov-2020 Rise & Shine Clean-Up
At Rotary Park Contact Sue Clark. This annual clean-up is on again and as we have done before, we are planning to clean up Towradgi Creek at the Rotary Park (Blue Divers bridge) and at the Princes Hwy, Corrimal, & Baden Powell Park on Saturday, 7th November from 9am. WCC are doing a clean-up at Lake Illawarra on Sunday, 1st November at 9.30am. Please let me know if you’re planning to go.
Active 21-Nov-2020 BBQ for FLL Regional Tournament
Contact Dennis Clark
Active 12-Dec-2020 Christmas Trees Sale
Roster is with Denis soon
Active 13-Dec-2020 Myuana Way BBQ
Active 21-Feb-2021 Memory Walk & Jog BBQ
Contact Dennis Clark
Past 24-Oct-2020 End Polio Train Ride
Past 23-Oct-2020 60 trees for 60 Years Tree Planting (contactGerri)
It’s happening. Our 60 trees and shrubs for sixty years planting is happening on Friday October 23. I am hoping it will be at 4 pm but that is yet to be confirmed by council. Trees take in carbon dioxide and store it in themselves, while producing the oxygen that we breathe. Hence, they are a significant defence against global warming. They filter the air of nasty pollutants, such as carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide. They control climate by moderating the effects of sun, win
Past 19-Oct-2020 Mini Farm Aid Trip. 19th to 23rd
Contact Denis
Past 17-Oct-2020 Bunnings BBQ – Wollongong
Contact Dennis Clark
Past 03-Oct-2020 Monthly Corrimal Plastic Pick Up
Our 1st Saturday of the month community plastics walk. Meet Corrimal Surf Club car park - we go for one hour and pick up plastic to keep that little patch of the earth clear and protect the ocean. Then coffee at the Corrimal Pantry, who only charge us $2 a coffee because of what we are doing. See you there.
Past 19-Sep-2020 08:00 AM CREG clean up
Bellambi Lagoon contact Peter Steele
Past 17-Sep-2020 Relay 4 Life
Contact Dennis Clark
Past 05-Sep-2020 08:00 AM Monthly Corrimal Plastics Pick Up.
Our 1st Saturday of the month community plastics walk. Meet Corrimal Surf Club car park - we go for one hour and pick up plastic to keep that little patch of the earth clear and protect the ocean. Then coffee at the Corrimal Pantry, who only charge us $2 a coffee because of what we are doing. See you there.
Past 30-Aug-2020 10:30 AM Cataract Dam Picnic
The social committee has arranged a picnic at Cataract Dam. This is the dam off Appin Rd. Go up Mt Ousley, then travel along Appin Rd to Baden Powell Drive. That will take you to parking and the picnic areas. Meet in the picnic area near the parking areas at 10.30 – 11am. Bring your picnic lunch.

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  • We have a member sustainability representative whose role is to give a brief report, at least monthly, about ours or other Rotary groups sustainability activities.
  • At least one member of our club/group is a member of the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group and shares their communications. Visit ESRAG
  • We have a sustainability committee/group that regularly considers activities for the club.
  • When planning activities we do the 5 point sustainability check to identify areas that may reduce the environmental impact of the activity.  The check list
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