About Our Club

Welcome to Maroubra Rotary.

"Service Above Self"

We meet In Person
Mondays at 7:00 PM
The Juniors
The Glassroom, Level 1,
558a Anzac Parade
Kingsford, NSW 2032
The Club meets bi-weekly on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month.
Join us at our next meeting - Visitors Welcome
The Rotary Club of Maroubra welcomes visitors to our club meetings, it's a great way to find out how we are serving our community as we discuss current & upcoming Rotary projects. We also invite guest speakers to talk on a wide variety of topics and potential projects.
Meetings are held twice a month at the Souths Juniors complex in Kingsford on the
1st Monday and 3rd Monday of each month except for public holidays.
Check our calendar for meeting dates.
We meet at 6.45pm - for a 7pm start.
Dinner can be purchased beforehand at the Sundeck Brasserie and is served at 7.30pm
Enjoying fellowship is part of being a Rotarian and we always like to make time to eat and chat.
Our Guest Speaker commences their presentation after dinner.
The meeting close at 8.30pm
Please check out our speakers’ tab to see who our upcoming speakers are.
Interested in joining a meeting? or speaking at one of our meetings?
Please contact us at
Pride of Workmanship Awards: These Awards is to deliver recognition to nominees in the Maroubra area who are often considered to be the heartbeat of an organisation, but who are often not recognised for their outstanding efforts.
Unsung Volunteer Awards: These Awards are given to nominees in the Maroubra area who have volunteered over the years without regard to recognition or reward.
Rotary Police Awards: These awards allow Rotary and the community to say thank you to the many local police officers who provide outstanding service.
Indigenous Health Scholarship: Through Australian Rotary Health these Scholarships support Indigenous students to undertake tertiary training in nursing, physiotherapy, psychology, dentistry and other health related degrees at university and help them overcome barriers to tertiary study and qualification.
As well as the above major projects, the Rotary Club of Maroubra has many one-off type projects and the Club encourages members to put forward and follow through on their own projects that fit within the Rotary guidelines.
The Rotary Club of Maroubra is actively involved in many Rotary Youth projects and its support allows young people from the local area to attend these types of programmes. There are several other Rotary Youth programmes in which our Club becomes involved.
Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) is a 7-day leadership course for 19-25 year olds.
National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) is a 12-day forum at the Australian National University in Canberra.
Rotary Youth Program of ENrichment (RYPEN) a weekend residential course for Year 9 and 10 students.