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. 

Club Meetings

The club is currently holding its weekly meetings as follows:
First, third and fourth Tuesdays of the month - meeting at Mordy HQ, 6.00 for 6.30 pm start.
Second Tuesday -
Electronically using Zoom. Meeting time is 6.15 pm for 6.30 start. Any person wishing to attend a meeting should contact the secretary via the email address on this page to obtain the Zoom link.
Fifth Tuesday, when occurring - Social evening as arranged

Message from our Club for 2023-24. President Paul Taranto

For 2023-2024 our message is to Create Hope in the World and our members at the Mordialloc Rotary Club are continuing to bring that hope to people through the many programs of Rotary locally, nationally and internationally.

Through Rotary there are many ways that people can utilise their skills and passions to bring even more hope throughout the world. The Rotary Club of Mordialloc is always open to new members so if community service is of interest, please consider joining us. You are always welcome to drop in and attend one of our meetings. Listed below are just a few of the areas that we are currently active in:

  • Supporting the local Parkinson’s Group.
  • Facilitating history walks with the Mentone Historical Society
  • Providing driver education programs to local secondary school students.
  • Upgrading facilities at the local Salvation Army district headquarters.
  • Providing water purification facilities to third world countries in partnership with Disaster Aid Australia.
  • Delivering local community events such as the Mentone Heritage Railway Station Market (monthly), the Gnome and Fairy Festival (March 2024) and the Parkdale Traders Christmas Event (December 2023 and, fingers crossed December 2024).

Our End Polio campaign brings a critical year for polio eradication efforts as Rotary and our Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) partners are aggressively working to interrupt transmission of the polio virus in the remaining endemic countries. How can you take action? Learn more and donate at www.endpolio.org.

Prioritising mental health will be on the list of projects. Research shows that performing acts of kindness is one of the most effective steps any of us can take to protect our well-being and make us more resilient to all the challenges we encounter in life. Our Club will connect and encourage others to connect with the Rotary Action Group on Mental Health Initiatives.

Looking forward to seeing you at a Rotary meeting.

Paul Taranto