Local Community Services

Kingston Rotary Club Welcomes Community Interaction
We invite you to contact us and join us at our meetings. Rotary encourages Business Managers, Professionals, and Small business owners to join us to share an awareness of community and join us in doing good through a global network.

fullsizeoutput_37Here are some of the local services we are supporting.

Manor Gardens

Manor Gardens Club is a purpose built day respite centre, situated in an ordinary suburban street which offers experienced care, in a home-like environment.  They offer members the warmth and companionship of daily living while providing comfort and support to the carer. The club may also provide relief from loneliness and self-care worries for members living alone, by providing social interaction and a home cooked meal.

Find out more.

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The Kingston Beach Fun Run and Walk is a 5km timed event which is great for people of all ages and abilities. It starts at the Kingborough Sports Centre and finishes at Kingston Beach, in Tasmania.

There are spot prizes on the day. All participants receive a Certificate. Fruit, drink and a sausage sizzle will also be available at the finish. A shuttle bus is available to return participants to the start after the event finishes.

Find out more.

Centennial Recreation and Playground at Balmoral Park, Kingston Beach.

A fully fenced in a safe haven for kids of all ages.  It's a wooden structure and has everything you need to spend a little time with the kids letting them run loose. 

Pack a picnic and play too! Make use of the fitness circuit nearby.

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Rotary Youth Driver Awareness . Kingston Rotary have a strong liaison with this program. Any driver can benefit from reviewing these course materials.

http://www.rse.org.au/partners/community-partners/rotary/

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We are also involved in hosting exchange students, BBQ event support, Rotary's Young Driver Awareness, Leadership training, Rotaract networking and communal action, such as Shelterboxes.

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There are six focus areas for the clubs in Australia

  • Peace and conflict prevention/ resolution
  • Disease prevention and treatment
  • Water and sanitation
  • Maternal and child health
  • Basic education and literacy
  • Economic and community development