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We welcome you to our Home online and look forward to sharing with you.  You may wish to learn more about us and how becoming a member is a great way to contribute to the community.

The Rotary Club

The Rotary Club of Bondi Junction is a long-standing Rotary Club that has been supporting the community since its Charter in 1939.  Indeed normal people can do extraordinary things - save a life, prevent/heal the sick, educate the young, protect the elderly, strive for peace...and empower women!

Rotary is A Professional Network

We are just one of 32,000 Rotary Clubs around the world.  This means that we can collaborate with fellows to make things happen overseas, or concentrate on urgent community needs down the street from the Club.  If a person wants to help thier community, they will be able to do far more as part of a Rotary International Club than they could all by themselves.  Bill Gates and his wife Belinda are testament to this, by their gift of $355 million dollar to Rotary for a single project – Eradication of POLIO.   More...

How to Join the Membership

There is no big secret as to how to become a member of our Club: its by invitation.  Some helpful steps include, contacting us, visiting our Club and meeting members a few times,;determine if there is a good fit for you personally.  Our tippical member is a Business Professional who wants to give back to the community and do so in the company of other Rotarians/volunteers with shared values. 

Once a potential member has visited the Club a few times, he/she may be asked to join the Club as a Member.   Making “Helping Your Community” much, much more easy!!! More...

ยป Club Details

Rotary Club of Bondi Junction meets every Tuesday for Dinner at the Eastern Suburbs Legion Club .
Arrive 6:10  Start 6:30 PM
End 8:00 pm

213 Bronte Rd
Level 2 Star Room - Elevator Access
Waverley NSW 2024 Australia


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What is Leadership? 

Rotary International Clubs around the world support leadership development of youth and young adults through a varaety of Programmes - RYLA, MUNA, Ambassadorial Scholars and more.   Maybe this video will help to better define Leadership for you too.

The Rotary Club


 Rotary Club of Bondi Junction
 RI District 9750

Cristina Gutierrez, President  email
 PR & Communicatioins Matters

Stu Fraser, Secretary

Margaret Hill
 Director - RI FOUNDATION & International

 Omar Soliman
 Public Relations

 Stu Fraser (Interim)
- Past President (2009-10, 2011-12)
- Secretary (2012-15)
- Youth/Vocational

Director - New Generations

Russell Paine
- Past President (2010-11, 2012-13)
- Treasurer (2013-14)
- Local Community/Community Health Project Chair (Fitness & Homelessness Prevention)
- Webmaster (Club; Past District Webmaster 2008-12)

 Postal / Snail-mail:
 PO Box 148
 Bondi Junction NSW 1355

THANK YOU to all of the individuals and businesses that sponsor children from the community to attend our Circus Quirkus event each year.

And to the broader community, we would like to hear from you if you know of disadvantaged children or children with special needs that would enjoy attending Circus Quirkus.  We want to make sure that they receive FREE ticket to fun even, and their carers will be given free tickets also.

September 2014

We do NOT meet on the first Tuesday of the Month

The Sun-Herald City2Surf is our local Fun Run, and we enjoy providing volunteers, Marshals for the event.  And this year we produced this video in order to share the amazing event with you.  We are involved because it raises funds for charity, it promotes healthy life-styles and it brings people together in a shared (positive) community experience

In support of the vital work of the Royal Hospital for Women's Newborn Intensive Care Unit

Fund raising for Neo Natal Ventilator for Royal Hospital for Women

At the begining of this Rotary Year (2010-11) we conducted a needs analysis among several hospitals, and we found that the Royal Hospital for Women in Randwick (NSW) has a need that we really wanted to support. 

They have a need of a Neo Natal Ventilator that is vital for the survival of the tiny patients (babies); this medical equipment helps the babies to breathe which speaks for itself as to the importance of this equipment in saving lives the Newborn Intensive Care Unit.

We know that this will save lives and we thank all of the generous supporters in the community that have supported this community project and those community members that will support us as this project continues its fundraising campaign..

Download information sheet HERE