Rotary Club of West Wollongong

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Welcome to the Rotary Club of West Wollongong; a proud member of the international network of more than 35,000 Rotary Clubs in over 200 countries. We meet weekly on Wedesdays at 6.15pm either via Zoom or at the Central Hotel CBD. Contact President Joanne at westwollongongrotary@gmail.com

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Welcome to the Rotary Club of West Wollongong; a proud member of the international network of more than 35,000 Rotary Clubs in over 200 countries. Our club is a caring and fun-loving group who have come together through our common commitment to service above self. We are located in the beautiful Illawarra region of NSW and reflect its diverse population in our members who come from a variety of backgrounds and professions. The local and international projects we are involved in include: :


  • Imagination Library https://imaginationlibrary.com/au/affiliate/WARRAWONGCRINGILANSW1/
  • Ride4Rotary https://charity.syfs.org.au/event/ride4rotary-illawarra/
  • Wings over Illawarra https://wingsoverillawarra.com.au
  • Warrawong PS Garden http://www.rotarynews.info/2/club/4445/17254
  • End Polio Now https://www.endpolio.org
  • Interplast https://interplast.org.au
  • Peace Poles http://www.rotarynews.info/2/club/4445/17252
  • Bushfire victim support
  • Drought relief
  • Para Meadows Project room
  • Philipines Dental Program
  • Australian Rotary Health Scholarship

For sustainability

  • At least one member of our club/group is a member of the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group and shares their communications. Visit ESRAG

Our projects

Warrawong PS Garden

Started: 2020 Status: Ongoing
We are helping Warrawong Public School to transform dilapidated, hazardous garden areas into creative ‘Nature Play’ spaces. Making these areas functional and beautiful spaces for nature-based play initiative. Warrawong Primary School has engaged a permaculture teacher, Ben Andersen, 2 days per week. He is managing the development, implementation, utilisation and maintenance of this project. The garden areas will be established and maintained using Permaculture principles. Students take part in the research and design of the gardens as part of their science and environmental classes. They have been working hard measuring, making models and choosing the most popular ideas for the play area. The students are clearly enjoying the physical and educational activity of weeding, pruning, shovelling and carting mulch and soil. It is a delight to see the excitement and fun the children were having whilst learning about environmentally friendly gardening and participating physically in changing an unusable eyesore into a beautiful play area.

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Past 06-Oct-2021 Speaker Glenn Kolomeitz,
Topic" Special Forces in Afghanistan – “Forsaken Fighters: Flight from Kabul” Zoom starts 6.30pm
Past 31-Aug-2021 Guest speaker Rob Edwards
New way of sharing Rotary stories
Past 18-Aug-2021 District Governor Jeremy Wright’s combined meeting
6:30 PM via zoom. Link to follow.
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Rotary Club of West Wollongong

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  • At least one member of our club/group is a member of the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group and shares their communications. Visit ESRAG
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