Welcome to the Rotary Club of Mordialloc

Rotary Club Of Mordialloc

The Rotary Club of Mordialloc is a member club of the worldwide service organisation of Rotary International. The Club is located in the south-eastern metropolitan area of Melbourne and its main activities are centred on Mordialloc, Parkdale, Mentone and nearby areas. The club also participates in Rotary projects Australia-wide and internationally.  To contact the webmaster: click here

Club Meetings

The Rotary Club of Mordialloc meets at Woodlands Golf Club, 109 White Street, Mordialloc. (Melways Map 87 H 11).

Meeting time is 6.00 pm for 6.30 pm start. For 2018-19 the meeting format will vary during the month as follows:

Week 1: Dinner followed by guest speaker

Week 2: Dinner followed by committee meetings

Week 3: Dinner followed by guest speaker

Week 4: Dinner followed by guest speaker

Week 5 (when occurring): Social activity to be arranged

Message from President 2018-19 Jack Pyziakos

The Rotary Club of Mordialloc has a proud history of 47 years of community service. Our members represent a wide range of business, professional and community experience and put these to the benefit of local and international communities through the many programs of Rotary. I am pleased to be selected to lead the Club in 2018-19 as we embrace the Rotary International theme of “Be the Inspiration” proclaimed by our International President Barry Rassin.

During the year we will continue many of our established activities such as the Interplast fundraising golf day, partnerships with local primary and secondary schools in programs for young people and the Rotary Foundation humanitarian and educational programs. We will continue with the next Gnome and Fairy Festival in Mordialloc early in 2019. This local community event first held in 2013 and now firmly established as a popular community event for young families. We intend to continue our focus on both local community projects and in the international and wider communities. We also wish to carry on with Past RI President Ian Riseley’s program to rid Australia of the eye disease Trachoma.

Some of my specific club goals for the year can be summarised as:

  • Increase membership
  • Sponsor the formation of an Interact Club with one or more local schools.
  • Develop at least one project funded by a global or district grant
  • Increase the profile of the club in the local community.
  • Maintain the club’s support of youth programs and RYLA.
  • Hold another successful Gnome and Fairy festival.

We invite you all to learn more about our club through the various pages of this website. If you wish to learn more about a particular topic or about Rotary generally, please contact us using one of the contact links provided.