Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Albury North

We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 6:00 PM
Thurgoona Country Club
1 Eversham Place
Thurgoona, NSW 2640
RCAN meets at the Thurgoona Country Club every second week and meets on-line with Zoom every other week. Normal meetings are 5:30pm for a 6:00pm start. Zoom meetings start at 7:30pm. Check with the club to confirm weekly meeting mode.
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The Rotary Community Market is currently held every Sunday.The market has moved location permanently to the council car park  at 441 Kiewa Street Albury between Smollet Street and Hume Street. The new market will be known as the "Kiewa Street Market". The new market is much larger than the Wilson St market and is all at one level, the ground floor. Over 300 car parking spaces for customers are available on the first and second floors of the car park. There are special events and entertainment every Sunday. Full Information at our market website:



Aquabox is a box of water treatment tablets and water filters that can convert 2 tonnes of polluted water into safe drinking water. The boxes can be shipped around the world to help communities in need.
Rotary International has recognised the potential for Rotary clubs meeting in an online environment and has supported the setting up of a number of eClubs around the world.
Our club is sponsoring Albury Wodonga volunteer Val Wilson in her annual visits to a Vietnamese school where Val teaches music to the young school children.

Guest Speaker inspires Club members. He's asked to organise Vietnam Expedition

As s result of an inspiring talk about Vietnam by guest speaker Bill Williams late last year, interested Club Members urged Bill to organise an Expedition to Vietnam "with a difference". Bill is married to Heni, a native of Hanoi, and now resident at Table Top. They met while Bill was working on behalf of Swinburn University on 2002 and worked in Vietnam for another 10 years
They have organised the Expedition to show the 'real Vietnam" and to visit orphanages, schools and villages. It is strictly a not for profit expedition and 5% of the tour fee will be donated to charities associated with the visit. The Expedition is not an official Club function but will be well supported by interested RCAN members, their family and their friends. It is open to other interested people to attend.

Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children.

Following an address by Guest Speaker Peter Lee the club has decided to actively support ROMAC
The nationally acclaimed acappella group "Idea of North" performed a concert in Albury recently at the Scots School Hall. The concert was sponsored by our Rotary club and raised money for local charities such as Wewak Street School. A successful concert was also performed by this group in the previous year in Albury and raised over $4000 for local charities.
Click on the "youtube" link below to view a recent performance;
Sex and Ageing was the title of a recent presentation by  Charles Sturt University lecturer Natalie Hamam. The presentation is available on the left hand side of this page once opened.It is also available in "Download Section" on this homepage Natalie is completing a Ph D study within this general topic area.

The Rotary Club of Albury North recently celebrated 50 years since being chartered. Arch McLeish was an original club member and is still a very active member of the club. His story and the story of the club is below. Also a detailed document on the 50 year history of the club is available in the "Downloads" section on this website.

Albury Urologist, Dr Jonathan Lewin gave a presentation to the club on the latest treatments for prostate cancer. His presentation is available in the "Downloads" section on the homepage of this website.
 RIhomepageRotary International is the world's first service  club organisation, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally and internationally to combat hunger, improve health aand sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.