We meet at Club Mooloolaba in Mooloolaba.
We acknowledge the Kabi Kabi peoples and the Jinibari peoples,
the Traditional Custodians, whose lands and waters we all now share.
Overview of a "Normal" Club Meeting
Dinner and Refreshments
We have dinner during our meeting and a licensed bar is available for refreshments. Meeting and other costs of being a Rotarian are available at "Costs of Membership".
Our Guest Speakers
Our speaker coordinator works hard to provide a wide variety of interesting, quality guests speakers. In recent times we've enjoyed presentations from innovative local businesses, council and government leaders and a variety of amazing not-for-profit charitable organisations.
6.25pm Members and visitors start arriving, register at the desk and pay for dinner. Social time.
6.25pm Find a seat at a table.
6.30pm Meeting chair opens the meeting:
Calls on a member to lead the "Toast to the “People of Australia”.
Calls on a member to lead our “Rotary Gratitude”.
Introduces our President.
6.35pm President welcomes members, visiting Rotarians, partners and guests.
6.40pm President announcements, focusing on governance, club projects, social events and other club activities.
From 6.50pm Dinner is served.
7.00pm Directors and others report on future club projects and events.
7.15pm Sergeants fines session OR International Toast OR a member “Vocational Minutes” talk.
7.30pm Host introduces our guest speaker (topic detailed in club bulletin).
7.50pm Guest speaker question time.
7.55pm Host offers a vote of thanks to guest speaker.
8.00pm President closes meeting.
6.00pm for 6.30pm
(except public holidays)
Cnr Brisbane Road and
Register your attendance at meetings or events, update your details or contact other members of our club in the
All visiting Rotarians are most welcome to join our weekly Monday meetings.
If possible, please
Attendance at Rotary club meetings and membership is by invitation. You are very welcome to
Throughout the year we hold range of different types of meetings, intermingled with our "normal" meetings, usually, but not always on a Monday evening.
Vocational visits to local businesses and organisations to explore their operations and management.
Club project planning meetings.
Social evenings, including bowls nights, Christmas functions.
Student essay writing competition awards night, organised and run by Mooloolaba Rotary.
University of the Sunshine Coast scholarship presentation evening, funded by local Sunshine Coast Rotary clubs.
Small business awards night organised by our Vocational team.