Upcoming Events

10th January 2024

First Meeting for the New Year

Golf at Everglades 2:45 pm

BBQ Dinner 5:45 pm


24th January 2024

Youth Reports

Dom Hall reports on his RYLA leadership camp

Ebony Falconer and Rhiannon Davies report on their University of New England visit


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The Rotary Club of Umina Beach is a Rotary Club for men which operates on The Peninsula on the southern end of the NSW Central Coast. The club was chartered by the Rotary Club of Woy Woy  in 1976.
Our club meets weekly at the Everglades Country Club in Dunbar Road Woy Woy every Wednesday evening from 6:30pm until 8:00pm for fun, friendship, and to discuss and plan new and ongoing service projects locally nationally and internationally. We also regularly entertainer guest speakers across a broad range of interesting topics. On regular occasions we enjoy vocational visits to places of work and enterprise on the Coast to expand our knowledge of different occupations, work practices, and the value these organisations deliver to our community.
We are well known as an extremely friendly club and warmly welcome anyone who would like to join us at any meeting or as a potential member.
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Latest News

Our 2024 ROTARY EXCHANGE STUDENT, Reece Vergara, is about to depart on the trip of a lifetime to spend a year in Denmark. While there Reece will stay with a number of families, attend school, experience a new culture and share her own, and experience leisure travel within Europe with her host Rotary Club and host families. Travel well and enjoy, Reece!

IT’S BACK!!! Our annual TRIVIA NIGHT in support of the TOP BLOKES FOUNDATION. Club Umina Ettalong. Saturday 18th November. The TOP BLOKES FOUNDATION work with boys in our schools to develop positive attitudes toward society, relationships, and their own mental health.  Now that’s worth your participation and support, isn’t it?

Three of our members have just completed a marathon drive as part of the Variety Bash to support children in need. Ian Johnson, Wayne Dowdle and Mel Dodds  piloted a 38 year old Toyota dual cab through the centre of Australia, mainly on dirt roads, from Bathurst to Batavia Coast (Geraldton WA) – 5,500 kms in 10 days. The team set out from Bathurst on 6th August, cheered on by a large group of club members. The trip was self funded by the trio who also raised $13,500 in sponsorships for the Variety Childrens’ Charity. Overall the Bash raised $1.5 million for the benefit of needy children and along the way presented approximately $70,000 to a number of schools. A wonderful way of joining with others to provide some of our Rotary service.

Our club has been very pleased to induct a new member. Matthew Maclure is Manager of Mitre 10 at Kincumber and a Peninsula resident. We are sure that Matthew will bring new interests and skills to our club. Welcome Matthew

Our club has partnered with the Rotary Club of Gosford to jointly host a Rotary Exchange student for the first time since the program was suspended due to COVID. Justin Cuennett has recently arrived from Switzerland and will spend the next 12 months here. He will attend St Edwards High School in East Gosford and live for 3 months at a time with two families from each club. We look forward to sharing stories and good time with during his stay. G’Day Justin and welcome to Australia!

Our club has completed and handed over our latest international project in the Philippines.  In association with the local Kadebu Rotary Club and the local Dental Association, our club has provided a day of preventative dental care for 180 school children and handed over a suite of specialist hand washing facilities.