Kardinia Rotary Club meets Wednesday mornings at 7am for a breakfast meeting at the Highton Bowls Club, Corner Roslyn and North Valley Roads, Highton, Geelong.

Our Club prides itself on being hardworking, friendly, inclusive and responsive to the needs of others in our local & global community and Rotary programs. Informality, fellowship and fun are integral to the success of our Club. We welcome visitors who want to come and join our meeting to see who we are and gain a greater understanding of what Rotary does. We regularly have interesting guest speakers who present on the causes they support, on community events and on projects or global initiatives.
Want a great night out in a cool location with great food, great company, dancing to a fabulous band and - the opportunity to pick up a great bargain? Look no further. Kardinia Rotary had ramped up its annual dinner auction this year, making it a dinner dance as well as a chance to raise money for very worthy causes in a fun filled way. It's being held on Friday 29th March. Don't miss out, book your tickets from Monday 11th Feb. Click the link below to purchase tickets.
https://www.trybooking.com/BATSE          We look forward to seeing you there.
Once you have booked, if you or anyone in your party has special dietary requirements, please advise the name of the person and the dietary requirements to Henry Brockman via this email address: henrybrockman@bigpond.com
Address:         Capri Receptions 258 Pakington St, Geelong West VIC 3218
Date:                Friday 29thMarch
Time:                7.00pm for 7.30
Cost:                 $55 for individual tickets; $500 for tables of 10
                          (includes 2 course meal, dance and auction)
Dance Band:    The “Barking Dog Band” (from the Rotary Club of Werribee)  
All auction proceeds support our project work in the community, including:
  • Geelong Volunteer of the Year Awards.
  • Northern Bay College 
  • Geelong Mums 
  • Kids+ 
We appreciate the support of local businesses and our membership for the provision of Auction items, including:
  • Tour of Northern India for Two
  • Accommodation for two nights at Apollo Bay, Otways and Melbourne City
  • Formal dinner for six with wine/beer
  • Three course Dinner for Four at Black Salt
  • Three months gym membership at Kieser
  • Numerous day spa vouchers
  • Artwork from Dress Your Space
  • Mixed dozen Lethbridge Wines
  • Half Dozen “Best of the Best” wines from the region
  • Hours of gardening
  • And much more!
We appreciate the support of local businesses and our membership for the provision of Auction items.     
For Further details contact Henry Brockman 0406577058 or email henrybrockman@bigpond.com
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A RAWCS project has been set up for donations to aid people affected by the North Queensland Floods.
The disastrous flooding in North Queensland has left many families in need of assistance for their recovery. The appeal is designed to help those families and individuals whose needs are not covered by government assistance or insurance. The sponsor club is Rotary Club of Townsville South West District 9550. The Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS)  chair for District 9550 is PDG Robert Tardiani, mobile number: 0408 874 204.
Donations can be made via the RAWCS Home Page. When you open the RAWCS Home Page, click on the donate button and the donation form comes up with all the relevant details - OR - click the following link: https://donations.rawcs.com.au/75-2018-19
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Wednesdays, 7am for 7.15am
Highton Bowls Club
Corner Roslyn and North Valley Roads,
Highton, VIC  3216
District Site
Venue Map
Postal Adress:
PO Box 768
Belmont VIC 3216
Rotary Club Number 28907
Chartered June 22, 1992
Incorporated Association A0027707F
Registered Fundraiser 14432
Meeting Attendance
To register for a meeting or submit an apology, please contact Gary by 12:00 noon Tuesday.
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
Rotary Foundation
Immediate Past President
Fellowship Director