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We are a friendly club which welcomes community minded people who wish to make a difference.

Breakfast to Stop Violence.

Join us for a breakfast to support victims of violence.

Speakers include the Minister for Families and Communities The Hon. Natasha MacLaren-Jones and Northern Beaches Police Commissioner Superintendent Patrick Sharkey.

Supported by the Rotary Club of Dee Why Warringah, The Salvation Army, Lifeline and Manly Leagues Club.


This year's Rotary theme.

The 2022-23 Rotary International logo was designed by Australian artist Riki Salam who specialises in contemporary indigenous art, design and communications.

The colours used are not necessarily connected to Aboriginal culture.

From a Rotary perspective there are several ways to interpret them: purple for polio eradication, green for the environment and white for peace, our core mission. Together, they are the colours of the Suffragette women’s movement, a subtle nod to history as Jennifer Jones is the first female RI president.

70th anniversary gala dinner.

In June we celebrated 70 years of serving the local community and beyond. It is amazing what has been achieved in that time.

While we reflected on our achievements, we are focussed on what we can do in the years ahead.

District Governor 9685 Lindsay May presented President Ruth Vumbaca with a 70 years of service certificate.

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We make a difference.

We create change.

We are positive.

Our projects support youth, the environment, disease prevention and treatment; water and sanitation; maternal and child health; basic education and literacy; economic and community development.


Come and Meet us!

Our Club currently meets every Tuesday night at 7pm at Manly Leagues Club, Brookvale.

Phone or message  Liz on     0419 267 960 for a chat.


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