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Welcome to Rotary Club of Warwick

Rotary Club of Warwick is always seeking new members. Contact our club for advice on joining and in regards to the many events we support.

The Rotary Club of Warwick Queensland Australia is a long standing institution which makes a strong contribution to the life of the Warwick and Southern Downs Community. It assists local, Australia wide and overseas projects. These range from providing milk to a local school for it’s breakfast programme to funding school students overseas and contributing to Rotary International’s Polio Plus project aimed at eradicating polio world wide.
 
Warwick Rotarians come from any number of backgrounds and occupations. These range include law enforcement, agriculture, plumbing, accounting, education, banking, building services and real estate. As well as being a family friendly club for social networking, Warwick Rotary is valuable for business contacts. Rotary members come into contact with many different businesses and individuals, across a wide variety of industries and companies, providing an avenue to pursue opportunities.

Our Mission

Rotarians have a simple motto: Service Above Self.

We provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

Rotary: At the centre of your community.

We've Been Around A While...  Over 100 years in fact.

Since 1905, Rotary has been making a positive impact in the world. Beginning in Chicago before spreading throughout the world, Rotary first touched our shores in Australia in 1921, with the charter of the Rotary Club of Melbourne, closely followed by the charter of a Sydney Club and other Clubs around the nation.

Since that time Rotary has grown all over Australia, and no matter where you are, you'll find a Club near you that has contributed to some amazing things..

Our Four-Way Test

Our Four-Way test is a simple ethical framework to help us in our lives every day. Feel welcome to use it yourself - it's pretty simple:

Of the things we think, say or do:

  1. Is it the TRUTH?
  2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
  3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
  4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

Rotary Australia Structure

Each of Australia's 30,000 Rotarians belong to a local Rotary Club. There's over 1100 Clubs in Australia, each Club led by a Club President and supported internally by a number of Club office holders. The position of President is rotated every July, providing ample opportunities for Rotarians to step up and gain leadership experience. Clubs operate independently, but often come together to work on joint projects and celebrate big events.

Each Club belongs to one of 21 Rotary Districts in Australia. Districts are geographically defined and sometimes cross state and even international borders. The head of the Rotary District is the District Governor.  

Each District is part of 6 worldwide Zones, with Australia's being part of Zone 8, which includes oceanic nations like Australia, New Zealand, East Timor and Papua New Guinea.

And of course every Club is part of the the wider Rotary International - a network of 1.2 million Rotarians in nearly 33,000 Clubs around the world, all dedicated to making the world a better place through promotion of peace, cultural understanding and service to the community alongside other like-minded community and business leaders.Rotary International is led by the Rotary International President.

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1st and 3rd Tuesday of Each month, from 5:30pm
(1) Warwick RSL (2) Condamine Club
(1) Cnr King & Albion Street
(2) Palmerin Street
Warwick, QLD  4370
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