The Rotary Club of Hervey Bay City welcomes you to the Fraser Coast.
Chartered August 16th 1984
The Rotary Club of Hervey Bay City meets every Wednesday at the
Hervey Bay Hotel, Watson St, Pialba.
Fellowship starts at 6.10pm: Dinner 6:30pm.
This page last updated, on the 20-1-16
We would like to extend a warm welcome, for you, to attend one of our meetings.
Come along and visit our club, either just to see what Rotary involves, or with a view to join with us to help our community ... locally, nationally, internationally.
Hervey Bay is about 300 kilometres north of Brisbane, Queensland's capital city. Hervey Bay is renowned for its natural features and environment including calm waters and beaches, the annual whale migration, world heritage listed Fraser Island and the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Hervey Bay has a relaxed lifestyle and more recently has established a strong reputation for economic growth and development activities. The city has a population of approximately 55,000 and is one of the fastest growing areas in Australia.
Hervey Bay........ Whale watching capital of the world
Drop in for a visit
What is Rotary?
Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
Rotary is the worlds first service club. It was founded in Chicago Illinois USA on 23 February 1905.
Rotary is some 1.2 million service-minded men and women belonging to over 29,000 clubs in virtually every nation of the world.
Rotarians meet weekly for fellowship and interesting and informative programs dealing with topics of local and global importance. Membership is by invitation and reflects a wide cross-section of community representation.
Rotarians plan and carry out a remarkable variety of humanitarian, educational and cultural exchange programs that touch peoples lives in their local communities and our world community.
Rotary is the Rotary Foundation, which each year provides some US $60 million for international scholarships, cultural exchanges and humanitarian projects, large and small that improve the quality of life for millions ofpeople.
Rotary is Polio-Plus, Rotary's commitment to work with national and international health organizations on thegoal of polio eradication by the year 2005, Rotary's 100th anniversary. More than one half billion children in developing nations have been immunised against polio through Polio-Plus grants.