The Rotary Club of Mosman


27/11                   Peter Abelson – Sydney Housing Crisis

30/11                   Christmas Raffle Tickets Sales – NAB



01/12                   Walk for Women/Walk Against Domestic Violence – Start Rawson Park/Finish Artist Precinct Headland Park

02/12                   Christmas Raffle Tickets & Jigsaw Sales – Mosman Markets

03/12                   Christmas Raffle Tickets & Jigsaw Sales – Coal Loader Waverton

04/12                   Derek Andrew – How to Become a Dual-Pilgrim – on foot in Spain, Korea & Japan

07/12                   Christmas Raffle Tickets & Jigsaw Sales – Mosman Twilight Christmas Market

09/12                   Christmas Raffle Tickets Sales

11/12                  Board Meeting – 11am, AGM – 1- 1:30pm, Marco’s Goodbye Speech

14/12                  Christmas Raffle Tickets Sales

19/12                  Christmas Party – Trans Vietnamese Restaurant

25/12                  Christmas Day – Public Holiday

26/12                  Boxing Day – Public Holiday

31/12                   New Year’s


Latest News


Remembrance Past President John Dean

Judy Dean has advised us that a Remembrance for friends will be held for John’s passing at the Rowers on Wednesday 2nd March between 3pm and 5pm. Judy and her family welcome all those who wish to attend.

Climate & Peace Webinar – 15th February 6pm (UTC +11)

A project of the Rotary Clubs of Sydney Don’t miss meeting the former Chief of Australia’s Defence Force - Admiral (Retired) Chris Barrie AC - who will discuss Climate Change & Sovereign Risk and how it will directly impact Australia & the Pacific, Bangladesh, Europe and the world. And with

First Aid & Resuscitation Training opportunity

An opportunity to do a First Aid Course with your club members at a familiar location in Mosman. Date and Time : Tuesday 22nd March, commencing at 9.30am Place : The course will be conducted at the Rowers Conducted by : VIVA First Aid & Resuscitation Training Pty Ltd Each participant


John Dean was born in Newcastle on the 30Dec 1944 and passed away on 25 January 2022 aged 77. He attended Newcastle Boys High before undertaking an exchange at a boarding school in New England, USA. Returning to Australia, he studied law at Sydney University where he met his future


The 2022 Rotary District 9685 Conference is planned to be a face to face event and you’re invited to join DGE Lindsay and Tania for an exciting event ‘Navigating Change’. Dates are Formal dinner/kick-off on Friday 18th March & the actual conference is on Saturday 19th. For the first time in

Speaker Corner – 15th Feb 22 – John Peter Bullard

The announcement on 16 September of the historic AUKUS Alliance a trilateral security partnership, caught us all by surprise. In hindsight however, its origin can be traced to recent political events and the rapidly changing strategic military environment. The first major initiative of the Alliance is to assist Australia to

Rotary Down Under – February 2022

Click below to read the Rotary Down Under digital edition, February 2022

District Governor’s eNews – February 3rd 2022

Click to read District Governor's eNews, 3rd February 2022 (Feb 03, 2022) ( District Governor's eNews - February 3rd 2022 Click to read District Governor's eNews, 3rd February 2022 (Feb 03, 2022) (

Another five computers for Mary’s House

Following on from a well-received donation last year, Mosman Rotary has donated a further 5 computers to women who are victims of domestic violence and are receiving support from Mary’s House. More than ever it is important for women to have safe technology to help them navigate all of the


Don’t forget to dial-in each week for Friday drinks from 5pm to 6pm. As the Sydney lockdown continues, this is proving to be a great opportunity for friends to catch-up and share news.  

Mosman Rotary Club changeover Dinner 2021

The Rotary Club of Mosman held its annual Changeover dinner on Friday evening, June 25th and at the same time celebrated its 60th anniversary. MC for the night was Past President Di McKenzie, with introductory Rotary toasts performed by Ruth Thompson and Past President Dominique Rabu. On behalf of District


This recent publication celebrates 100 Years of Rotary in Australia, New Zealand and surrounding islands and has some wonderful stories of Rotarians and their projects. Interplast was formed as a partnership between the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and Rotary to operate on disadvantaged children with facial disfigurations in the

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Rotary District 9685 Global Grant Scholarship

Emily Rice was our candidate for a Rotary District 9685 Global Grant Scholarship. She won a Scholarship for US$30,000 to study for her Masters in International Affairs, with a specialization in International Conflict Resolution at Columbia University. She will commence her studies this August. She is currently working at an NGO

Free courses on Dementia

Last Tuesday we had a very interesting presentation from Denise Ward on the Crows Nest Dementia Café, a program supported by 4 Rotary Clubs. Here are two links which readers may wish to access to learn more about this topic – both are free courses from University of Tasmania being


Incoming Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta has urged members to become more involved in service projects, saying that caring for and serving others is the best way to live because it changes not only other people’s lives, but also our own. Mehta participated in initiatives that brought artificial limbs to

Help us by connecting with interested schools – wheelchairs for kids

Wheelchairs For Kids Overseas- the life of a child can be transformed for $200 Wheelchairs For Kids [WFK] is a Rotary charity based in Perth. 150 volunteers manufacture and distribute wheelchairs to needy, disabled children across the globe. No charge is made either to the children or the organisations, such as World

Good response from Community to Living for Climate project

In response to Rotary Club of Mosman's Living for Climate project call, a number of Australians have made pledges to reduce their carbon footprint. The entries are being sorted out and winners will be announced soon.


Our Projects

Musical Soiree 15th September 2023

Books in Homes in Northern NSW Macleay River Region

Rotary Peace Fellowship

Mosman Art Gallery for the Mosman Youth Art Prize for 2022

Women and Children First – Helping domestic abuse and homelessness victims

Donation Cheque presented to Bear Cottage.

Tonga Tsunami Relief Fund

Pacific Dermatology Project




Mobile phone support for women in refuges

Donation of refurbished IT equipment to Mary’s House

Rotary Charity Collection Box at the airport

Play for Australia



Jigsaw Puzzle of Mosman 1890’s to 2020’s

Living For Climate


About Us

Rotary Club of Mosman

Our club has been a leading service organisation on the North Shore of Sydney since it was formed over 60 years ago. We are completing sixty years on 1st January 2021.

Members contribute their time, energy and passion to sustainable, long term projects both within Australia and across the globe. Each project has its own specific humanitarian aims but common to all is a desire to make the world a better place. Examples include disease prevention and treatment, disaster relief, water and sanitation, etc.

Come and see us

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