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Rotary Club of Hillarys Membership

Do you want to help those in need in our local community, across Australia and around the world?

Would you enjoy meeting regularly and working with other likeminded individuals to achieve these goals?

Then the Rotary Club of Hillarys may be your ideal opportunity!

We are a club whose members work together delivering major projects, as well as minor initiatives locally, throughout Australia and in many parts of the world.  

We meet weekly for dinner to enjoy each other’s company, progress our plans and welcome speakers from diverse organisations and interests.

Our club is open to anyone who can actively contribute to our activities and goals, and is able to attend regularly.  

There are no age restrictions and we welcome people from all backgrounds.We are actively seeking new members to help us continue to deliver our goals.

To discuss membership, to receive a membership pack or to attend a special interest meeting, please call:

David on 0420 789 664 or Dawn on 0407 996 191

or use the Contact Us option on this website

Carine Community Fair

The 2019 Rotary Club of Hillarys Carine Community Fair will be held on Sunday 17th of March at the Carine Open Space.

Applications can be made via our new website -


The Rotary Dolphin Wishing Well

The Rotary Dolphin Wishing Well at Hillarys Boat Harbour came to fruition due to the combined organisational efforts and the support of members of the Rotary Clubs of Hillarys and Wanneroo.

The wishing well became a ten year joint project by the Rotary Clubs of Hillarys and Wanneroo, and since March 2010 every time a $2 coin is inserted in the wishing well the larger-than-life dolphin sculpture does a good turn - a complete 360 degree rotation.

The net proceeds from the wishing well are now being distributed to local and other community projects identified by the two Rotary Clubs.


Safe Childhoods Foundation

The Safe Childhoods Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) combating Crimes Against Children. Safe Childhoods has developed a range of projects designed to protect and support some of the most vulnerable, traumatised and at-risk children.


Swim Vietnam

Drowning is one of the leading causes of death in children over the age of one in Vietnam. Vietnam Ministry of Health Statistics state that at least 10 children drown here every day.

Swim Vietnam is a charity based in Central Vietnam which provides free swimming and water safety lessons to children and trains local adults as swimming teachers.

Since inception in 2008 over 10,00 children have been taught to swim and over 120 adults trained as swimming teachers.