The Rotary Club of Kingston welcomes you.

Kingston Tasmania, 7050

 Meeting at the Kingborough Bowls Club on Mondays 6:30 pm for 7 pm start.



Join us at the 2019 Fun Run


 Yes, folks the Kingston Beach Fun Run & Walk is on again this year.

Put it in your calendar: Sunday, May 26th

Registration will open during April.

Like our page on Fun Run Facebook page so you get the latest news.

Thanks to all who supported our Market on March 3rd. Next one is Sunday October 20th. Watch this website or our Rotary club of Kingston facebook Page 




Rotary is dedicated to six areas of focus to build international relationships, improve lives, and create a better world to support our peace efforts and end polio forever.

A Rotary Tasmania Callout

A Rotary Australia Benevolent Society (Managed by the Rotary Australia World Community Service) has Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) registration and has been listed as a Charitable Fund so we can accept tax deductible donations from individuals or organisations.

District 9830 Tasmania is raising funds that are required to build a pool and spa for the Baric family whose two sons (9 and 12 years old) have Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. There is no cure for DMD and the disease is progressive and is 100% fatal due to muscle wasting. Average life expectancy is mid 20's. Both siblings also have autism. Physiotherapy (especially aquatic) is central to the boys quality of life but spa and pool facilities in Hobart are in high demand and consequently, access is very limited. { International guidelines for the multidisciplinary management of people with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) recommend regular physical therapy, including stretching and positioning regimens 4–6 days/week to maintain joint ranges, and submaximum aerobic exercise/activity to avoid disuse atrophy. Exercises in water are highly recommended.] Neither parent is able to work as both of them are the boy's full-time carers. They receive a carers pension but this can obviously only fund basic living costs. Other financial resources including superannuation have already been exhausted.

In summary, if you are looking to support a community project before end of this Rotary year, and you still have funds available, please contribute to this worthy project to help towards the purchase of a hydrotherapy pool for two young boys-here . As a RAWCS/RACG project any personal donations attract Deductible Gift Recipient status and all donations are being matched $1 for $1 from the Dick Smith contribution to RACGs. So far, clubs and others have raised about 50% of the target of $15,000.


RAWCS has established an appeal which commenced accepting donations from 1 October 2018 on the RAWCS website home page. These funds will go directly to the eight Rotary District drought relief project registered with RAWCS. These projects cover the whole of the drought declared area west of the Great Dividing Range, from Far North Queensland to Victoria. Two of the Rotary District drought projects have been operating since 2014 in Central Queensland and Southern Queensland. The six new drought projects have been modeled on the success of these two projects. The emphasis is on mental health, particularly the factors associated with the high suicide rate in drought impacted areas. “Wellbeing rather than Welfare” is the driver in these eight Rotary projects, by direct contact and financial support, and involvement together through a range of community activities of those affected.

Tasmania Rotary Clubs are asked to consider donating to the new RAWCS appeal, or direct to one of the eight RAWCS drought projects. Full details are available on RAWCS homepage.

Mike Whitehouse,
Rotary Club of Kingston,
National Treasurer of RAWCS

We are a member of

2019 Rotary Tasmania District Conference

Friday 12th - Sunday 14th April

Elwick Function Centre



A new study, funded by Australian Rotary Health and the Rotary Club of St Ives has found that exercise may help people with cerebral palsy walk a little farther.  



Youth Services

There are many programs we offer in a variety of age categories from year 10 through to year 12, as well as leadership training for those people between 18 to 30 years of age.

2019 RYLA Applications Now Open

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Rotary Adventure in Citizenship

Rotary Adventure in Citizenship 2019 will be held in Canberra from Saturday 30 March 2019 to Saturday 6 April 2019. Follow this amazing program here

Tenets held by Rotarians: We are all equally important. We are all welcome, respected and valued


Local/Global Community Services

If you have skills that would support us in Community Projects we invite you to contact us via the contact page or come to one of our events.

Painters, gardeners,  metal fabricators, crafters, plumbers, accountants, doctors, nurses, artisans, radio announcers, authors, publishers, joiners, farmers, travellers, scientists, educators, media, performers, students, administrators, engineers, police, instructors, legal officers, sports coordinators,  real estate, business managers, curators etc.; whatever your field there is a place for you to engage with us to do good in the world.

Some programs linked to our community have been Manor Gardens Respite Centre, Balmoral Park Recreation and Playground, Kingston Park, Day on the Beach, and our Kingston Fun Run.

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International Services

Rotary International provides support through Rotary Tasmania, Rotary Foundation and hands-on action to those in need in Fiji, Vanuatu, Nepal, Africa and disaster relief across the globe.

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2018-19 President
Rotary International

"As Paul Harris put it, “Rotary is a microcosm of a world at peace, a model which nations will do well
to follow.” To me, Rotary is not only a model but an inspiration. It shows us what is possible, inspires us
to reach for it, and gives us a path to act — and to Be the Inspiration to our world."


Watch his theme speech here.


Join a Rotary Fellowship

Rotary Fellowships are independent, social groups that share a common passion. Being part of a fellowship is a fun way to make friends around the world.

Find out more here.