President John  van den Burg


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Rotary Club of The Hills - Kellyville meets every Monday for Dinner at the St Joseph's Conference Centre.
Arrive 6:30 pm  Start 7:00 pm
End 8:45 pm

St Joseph's Rd
Baulkham Hills NSW 2153 Australia


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March 2021

The Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville

The Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville  is an active and enthusiastic Club which was formed from the amalgamation of the Rotary Clubs of Baulkham Hills, Kellyville (2009) and Winston Hills (2015).

Our Club is involved in many activities at both a local and international level covering aspects such as community service, international service, vocational service and youth. 

 Some of our current and recent projects are The Sydney Hills Garden Competition, Jazz at the Pines , Christmas Tree Sales, Writing Competition for local schools, Australia Day ceremony,  sponsorship of the Bourke Public School breakfast programme,   Youth Exchange students, Rotary Youth Leadership, numerous partnership projects in India and Sri Lanka and supporting local causes such as North West Disability Services and the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

Of course while our projects do provide good fellowship as well as good service we also also like to have fun and fellowship at our social events.

  If you would like to give something back to the community and enjoy fellowship and fun with like minded individuals you are always welcome at one of our meetings.

 Contact   Membership Director John Collignon on 0409 841 281  or Secretary Wilf van Emmerik on 0428  477 000 or


New Community Garden set to flourish in Baulkham Hills



The Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville in conjunction with the Hills Shire Council

is moving ahead with the establishment of a Community Garden at Conie Avenue Reserve and work has now begun.

To find out more about it Committee members will be on site

for a meet, greet and sausage sizzle


10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Sunday 7th March 2021


The Community Garden site - opposite North West Disability Services –

Conie Ave Reserve, off Conie Ave, Baulkham Hills


Community gardens have been shown to contribute to a better and healthier lifestyle by:

  • providing fresh, safe, affordable herbs, fruits and vegetables

  • helping to relieve stress and to increase a sense of wellness

  • getting people active to help improve their overall physical health

  • providing social opportunities that build a sense of community and belonging

  • giving people an opportunity to learn and share knowledge on gardening, nature, and cooking

  • providing an inclusive meeting area where interested people of all ages and cultural backgrounds can come together to share experiences


A grant under the Federal Stronger Communities Programme is available to establish the Community Garden.

If you are interested in the Community Garden project, please contact Rotarian Keith Stapley on 0412 079 014  or Fran Broadbent on 0402 606 064.