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The Rotary Club of Springwood Inc.

Chartered 4th December 1984       

Club 22213         District 9685

P.O. Box 45  SPRINGWOOD  NSW  2777


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Club Information

Welcome to our Club


Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:30 PM
The Ori Cafe at the Oriental Hotel
112 Macquarie Rd.
Springwood, NSW 2777
Meetings have been suspended due to the Corona Virus. Currently meeting via Zoom. Please email President Jenny for the zoom link or meeting details. Email link is on the left hand side of home page.
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President Jenny and the members of The Rotary Club of Springwood extend the hand of worldwide fellowship. Rotary is now in over 200 countries with more than 1.2million members in 34,000 clubs worldwide.

Membership of a Rotary Club is by invitation on the basis of one representative of each recognised business and profession, being a person working or living in the geographic area from which the club draws members.

Our Club serves the towns of Springwood, Winmalee, Faulconbridge, Linden, Valley Heights and Warrimoo


It is not necessary for a person to be a business owner to be a Rotarian. employees in authority positions, can also be members. The Rotary classification system is designed to ensure that a club contains a cross section of the community’s interests, vocations and activities. In this way, each member of the club is looked up to as a representative of their own business, profession or industry.

 Women are the fastest growing segment of Rotary’s membership - they were first admitted into Rotary on 1987. There are currently more than 1.900 women club presidents


We are a friendly club and we always welcome new members. Visiting Rotarians are especially welcome at our meetings

The Rotary Club of Springwood Inc. meets on Monday evenings and is non political, non religious and open to all cultures.

Come and join in the fellowship and speak to our members. Discover yourself. Discover the wonderful world of Rotary.

Please contact our Booking In officer


by texting 0417 244 829   or email 


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 Rotary Club of Springwood.




Since the Coronavirus Isolation laws, we have ceased meeting once a week including our monthly Bunnings BBQ’s and any other events etc, but Rotary is still going on in the background. A call went out to the community from DARE Disability regarding some basic needs for their clients and the Rotary Club of Springwood was able to supply some much needed goods thanks to Norm Kitto. 
Monday June 29th was the end of the Rotary Club of Springwood 2019-2020 board. As invited members and guest gathered at the Ori Hotel to celebrate what started out as another year of fundraising, collaboration and support to the community and beyond, many activities came to a halt in March because of COVID-19. The 2019-2020 year started out with drought then bushfires as well as floods with the second half greatly affected by COVID-19. 
Rotary Club of Springwood Bushfire Fundraiser!
2019-2020 Saw unprecedented bushfires throughout NSW. 
The Rotary Club of Spingwood raised funds to assist those in our community that were affected.
The Rotary Club of Springwood hosts a " Meals from the Heart " each year for the residents of Ronald McDonald House - Westmead where our team of members will cook and provide food for the parents and siblings who are staying in the house. 
We have been privileged the past few years to host the dinner in July and as so we have themed our dinners  -  Christmas in July.   The club members contribute  sweets,  decorations and their cooking and cleaning skills for the night.  Members get to the house early to get started with preparation and cooking .  While some are the cooking crew another crew get started with decorating the dining room with Christmas garlands and trinkets. 
This was our first meal from the Heart at the NEW Ronald McDonald House - Westmead... and WOW !  what a place......


Music Amongst the Autumn Leaves

Sunday, 19th May, 2019



Another great success.....


Our visitors came along and listened to our young musicians from the Blue Mountains schools, who were so captivating and so, so talented. 

The audience was able to wander around the grounds whilst being enthralled by the changing colours of the Autumn season and the musical delights of our young musicians.

The proceeds of the day will be split between the music departments of the participating schools.

Visitors brought along a picnic lunch, their own drinks, chairs or blankets and supported our local youth. 

Proudly coordinated by The Rotary Club of Springwood Inc.


Another Great Community Night ....
The Rotary Club of Springwood Inc. sought nominations for the Community Volunteer Awards for the Blue Mountains.
Volunteer's living or working in the Blue Mountains were nominated for an award by the General Community members as well as Rotarians.
Nominations were sought in the following categories  - Heath     - Education  -   Youth Programs   -  Sports    --Emergency Services   and  Community Support.
The Awards evening was held on 13th May 2019 at the Ori Cafe Springwood   Nominations closed on  Friday 3rd May 2019.




The Rotary Club of Springwood will hold Pride of Workmanship Awards on Monday 28th October 2019.


The Pride of Workmanship Awards are designed :-

         To provide Rotarians and employers with an opportunity to recognise employees who display qualities worthy of this award.

·        To encourage favourable workplace relationships.

·        To instill a sense of pride in individual achievement.


The Rotary Club of Springwood invites local businesses and community members to consider nominating a local person who is a committed and enthusiastic employee  or  a local individual, who they feel, displays    "Pride in their Workmanship”.



Springtime Open Gardens  in Springwood 22nd - 23rd September 2018.
The Rotary Club of Springwood Inc. was proud to be part of  the Open Gardens of the Yellow Rock/Winmalee held in September 2018.
A number of gardens were open to the public during the weekend. 
 Gardens included
  • Heatherbrae   363 Hawkesbury Rd Winmalee
  • Winmara    228 Singles Ridge Rd Yellow Rock
  • 226a Singles Ridge Rd Yellow Rock
  • Avonlea - 58 Lee Rd Winmalee    * Plant sale
  • 60 Bunnal Avenue Winmalee
  • The Old Farm - 35 Purvines Rd  Yellow Rock
The Rotary International Garden donated by The Rotary Club of Springwood Inc. located inside Buttenshaw Park Springwood has proven a favourite with our members, the local community and visitors to the Blue Mountains.  The garden has been designed by the Rotary Club working in conjunction with the Blue Mountains Sister City Committee.

After 25 years of hard work, Rotary and its partners are on the brink of eradicating this tenacious disease, but a strong push is needed now to root it out once and for all. It is a window of opportunity of historic proportions.


Members of the Rotary Club of Springwood ran a BBQ at the Gnome Convention at Glenbrook on Australia Day raising over $3,000. to support our fund raising efforts. The Rotary Club of Springwood is involved many local and international projects and last year we supported fire victims,  funding attendance at youth leadership forums for our local youth and also helping train dentists in the Congo. 
The Rotary Club of Springwood, supports the work of Shelterbox Australia.  Over the past few years the members of the Rotary Club of Springwood have purchased Shelterboxes, to aid in the relief efforts across the globe. Shelterbox is a quick and cost effective way to help large numbers of people who have been displaced by flood, Tsunami, earthquake and aids in relief efforts.
Bowelscan is a Rotary Community Service program, developed in 1982 in District 9640 and now conducted by more than 300 Rotary clubs across Australia.
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