Turramurra Rotary undertakes a variety of projects in our local community
Sydney's premiere market on the north shore – 2nd Sunday of the month, rain or shine - every month Undercover!
On the second floor of the Council Car Park in Wade Lane, between Gordon Railway Station and Gordon Shops on Pacific Highway. Operating continuously for more than 25 years with a quality range of more than 100 merchants.
Join us: 2nd Sunday of every month – from 8.30 am to 2.00 pm . Operated by the Rotary Clubs of Turramurra and Ku-ring-gai and by kind permission of Ku-Ring-Gai Council. All funds raised are donated to charitable causes.
Members of the Rotary Clubs of Turramurra, Ku-ring-gai and St Ives organise this annual event to provide a service for our cycling community and to raise funds for our charity partners - Lifeline (Harbour to Hawkesbury), KYDS, Eagles Raps and The Bo Children's Hospital in Sierra Leone. The event usually raises over $130,000.
The Bobbin Head Cycle Classic is held annually on a Sunday in March. Help us raise $200,000 and 'pedal for a purpose' - visit
Children with disabilities sometimes miss out on exciting activities. That's why Turramurra Rotary is starting a brand new program:
on 3rd March 2018, we’re taking a small group of adventurous kids in wheelchairs to the top of Australia’s tallest mountain — Mt Kosciuszko!
The Mt Kosciuszko Wheelchair Summit Challenge provides an opportunity for children in wheelchairs to have a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ experience of summiting Mt Kosciuszko, with arrangements made by Rotary and the assistance of support teams*.
Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal
Our Club co-ordinates the Salvation Army's Red Shield Appeal doorknock in the Turramurra, Pymble, West Pymble and South Wahroonga areas. Supported by local residents, students from PLC, Knox and Turramurra High School, and members of Ku-Ring-Gai Rotary, we aim to doorknock 10,000 homes and raise $50,000 for the Salvation Army.
In March/April each year, the Club distributes and collects from local pharmacies in the Turramurra area kits for the testing of bowel cancer.The project involves the distribution to the public of a simple test kit on which is collected small specimens of faeces for analysis. Results of the analysis are made available within a couple of weeks, with a copy sent to the individual's GP.
Cancer Council Daffodil Day
The Club supports the NSW Cancer Council by organising the 'Daffodil Day' collection at Turramurra and Warrawee Train Stations. Daffodil Day is held in the last week of August each year.
Australian Rotary Health Research Foundation
The ARHRF is one of Australia's leading providers of health research funding, particularly in the area of mental health research. From the funds the Club raises, the Club makes an annual donation to the ARHRF.
Rotary International celebrated its centenary in 2008 and in recognition of this, the Club decided to give Cameron Park the big "makeover".
Cameron Park, located in the centre of Turramurra on Eastern Road (just near the intersection with Rohini Street) is one of the most widely used recreational areas in Turramurra, particularly by parents with young children. With the close support and co-operation of Ku-Ring-Gai Municipal Council, Turramurra Rotary Club designed, built and funded a new children's outdoor play area, tricycle track, outdoor seating and garden makeover.
Turramurra Rotary provides morning tea to veterans and relatives attending the traditional CBD March on Anzac Day morning. We serve this at Turramurra and Warrawee Railway Stations.
In addition, the club provides refreshments (and cloves of rosemary) to local residents attending the ANZAC Day Service at the Turramurra Memorial at Turramurra Oval.
Graffiti Removal - description
The Rotary Club of Turramurra aims to eliminate existing graffiti in the local community and keep it graffiti free by providing a programme aimed at private, business, public facilities and public infrastructure sites.