Coonabarabran Rotary has a Drought Relief Fund for farmers, small business owners and those in rural related occupations affected by the drought in the Coonabarabran area.

To apply for support, click here for an application form.


Wed 13 Nov      Community Expo in Shire Hall  -  BBQ  provided

Tues 19 Nov      DG’s visit TBC

Fri 21-Sat 22 Nov    Visit by Dubbo West Rotary to Camp Cypress  -  we are invited to a get together

Sat 22-Sun 23 Nov  Showcase weekend in Tamworth  -  Transition to new District 9660 to be featured

December 2019 VRA Meeting/Christmas Party/AGM .. dates to be confirmed



Our club is providing dinners for farmers .... opportunities for them to get together and talk about almost everything!

All a part of our Drought Support initiatives!




Cassilis St


We are a happy and busy club where good humour and good works intermingle in equal parts.  There are currently 21 members from a diverse range of vocations and occupations.


Chartered in May 1949, it has been held in high esteem by the community throughout its 67 year history.   We provide support for various groups and individuals, and undertake significant projects to enhance the lives of everyone.

Our club leaders this year are 

President:  Ian Bell

Secretary:  Lindsay Wilkin

Treasurer:  John Sawyer




140 PEOPLE attended the Club Changeover and 70th Birthday of the club at the Bowling Club.

PHF's were presented to three members for their tremendous efforts to shift the Book shop to its new venue.

4 fEBRUARY 2019

Guest Speaker

Special thanks to Guest speaker Phil West for informing us about the nature and history of climate change. Many challenging questions raised .... more discussions ahead, no doubt.

26 January 2019

Congratulations to club member Laurie Dawson on his award of an OAM on Australia Day.  So very much deserved for his services to BlazeAid, and to ex-servicemen over many years. Well done Laurie!!

7 january 2019

Gus Lambert (right) with some of the NYSF (National Youth Science Forum) boys about to leave after breakfast in Coona, for their 2 weeks in Canberra. They will discover so much about the world of science and about themselves.


We are people of action

  • We build lifelong relationships.

  • We honor our commitments.

  • We connect diverse perspectives.

  • We apply our leadership and expertise to solve social issues.

Barry Rassin, RI President for 2018-19, announcing his theme 'Be the Inspiration' in January 2018

  • Through Rotary clubs, over 1.2 million people from all continents and cultures come together to exchange ideas, and form friendships and professional connections while making a difference in their backyards and around the world.

  • For more than 110 years, we’ve bridged cultures and connected continents to champion peace, fight illiteracy and poverty, promote clean water and sanitation, and fight disease.



Book Shop

Dalgarno St, Coonabarabran


Exercise equipment in Neilson Park




Mural in Bakery Park

Rotary International President  - Mark Moroney

District Governor  -  Phil Hafey

Theme:  Rotary Connects the World

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