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We meet Tuesdays at 6:00 PM
Bairnsdale Club ph: 5152 4301
68 Nicholson Street
PO Box 287
Bairnsdale, VIC  3875
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Founded in 1938, the Rotary Club of Bairnsdale has been actively supporting worthy local, national and international causes for more than 70 years.  


It has been confirmed that the National Immunisation Day in India will be Sunday 21 February 2016. Connie Cunningham and Gillian Reeve, members of our club will be making the trip again to assist in the vaccination of children against Polio. They will be making the trip to Moradabad in the north and spending five days working with other Rotarians from the local area as well as other parts of the world. Another way that Rotary helps in many ways all over the world.

We have a heavy duty marquee available to hirImagee for weddings, corporate events, birthdays and other functions.


Our club is proud to support this worthwhile project, since seeing their display at the Rotary International Convention in Sydney, we were so impressed that we felt it was an opportunity to help. Through our International Committee we have several members of our local community willing to come on board, with sewing.

What is Days for Girls?

Every girl in the world deserves education, safety, and dignity. We help girls gain access to quality sustainable feminine hygiene and awareness, by direct distribution of sustainable feminine hygiene kits, by partnering with nonprofits, groups and organizations, by raising awareness, and by helping  communities around the world start their own programs. Thanks to a global grassroot network of thousands of volunteers and supporters on 6 continents, we have reached women and girls in 75 countries on 6 continents.  It's working. You can help us reach the rest.

Rotarian Connie Cunningham, an Audiometrist completed her third trip to Pokhara in Nepal and spent two weeks  assisting with clinics for the locals. On this visit Margaret, wife of Honorary Member Geoff Macfarlane, accompanied Connie, being a nurse was very helpful and she was able to assist with ear syringing and other important day to day tasks. Margaret said that it was a trip of a lifetime and is already planning a return visit.

The Rotary Club of Mitchell River has continued to support the program, donating a further $1000 from last year's funds, while our club has donated another $2000 and see this as a very worthwhile ongoing project. The positive is that David Hine, after seeing the support that comes from Rotary has himself joined a Rotary club in his home town of Townsville, QLD, who have also come on board to financially support the program.