Join the Rotary Club of Hunters Hill - NOW!

1. Meet new people in your local area; 
2. Have fun and fellowship; 
3. Care for your community; 
4. Become part of a worldwide organisation (and get access to a diversity of similarly committed business and professional people in over 200 countries); 
5. Use your personal and professional skills; 
6. Help make a difference both at home and overseas; and 
7. Be part of the good work done by Rotary International which has almost eradicated Polio from the world. 

Would you like to learn more about your local Rotary Club?  

The Rotary Club of Hunters Hill meets every Wednesday at 6:30pm.

Join us as a guest
To join us one evening as our guest, please contact our President Michael Parsons on 0410 500 735 or email: or contact President Elect Charles Amos mobile 0414 918 976 email:



New Members Welcome

The Rotary Club is 63 years old with a proud history of serving the Community with Local, District and International Projects. Much has been achieved for the local community but the Club welcomes your support to continue the good work.
Since the year 2000, Women have been welcomed as Members of the Club.

If you wish to join the Club, please contact
President Elect Charles Amos
Mobile 0414 918 976 Email: 


1.  Is it the TRUTH?

2.  Is it FAIR to all CONCERNED?


4.  Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?



Rotary-Sponsored morning tai-chi
The Rotary Club of Hunters Hill invites members and non-members alike to join our tai-chi classes. Come along and enjoy the benefits of tai-chi.

Classes are held at Weil Park, (opposite Marist Sisters Girl’s School 60 Woolwich Road) on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:30am until 8:30am. Alternatively, classes are held in the Scout Hall at the park on days when the weather is too cold or wet and does not permit outside activity.

The first class is FREE - so try us out! If you like it, then we ask you to pay $12 per Class or purchase a Book of 10 Tickets for $120.

“A growing body of Western medical researchers are starting to marvel at tai chi exercise. This exercise art has been practiced in the East for many centuries as a sophisticated system promoting health and longevity. Western scientists now concur the practice of tai chi is of tremendous benefit to both physical and mental health.” 

So please come along, get yourself in shape and help the community at the same time.

All residual profits go to Rotary to assist local Youth Projects.

Please register your interest.

Phone Charles Amos on (02) 9016 4465 for information, or just turn up on either Tuesday or Thursday mornings at 7.30am.