Turramurra Rotary undertakes a variety of projects in our local community.

Enquiries about Community projects: Paul Rickard  0416 245693

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Moree Project


Aim:    To address problems for disadvantaged students, many of them Aboriginal, in the Moree area.


  • To provide computers for disadvantaged students in the Moree area
  • To provide shelter for the ‘sit down’ lunch area at Moree East Public School
  • To support indigenous literacy


  • Co-operation ascertained from the two Moree Rotary Clubs in July 2020
  • Principal of Moree East PS, Lorinda Potter, spoke to Turramurra club via Zoom
  • Forty nine iPads were donated by Abbotsleigh School, organised by the Rotary Club of Chatswood/Roseville.
  • Rotary Club of Chatswood Sunrise donated $500 for covers, chargers etc.


  • Pam Pritchard, a member of Turramurra Club attended the Official Opening of the Cafeteria and Mural at the school, March 2021.
  • Chatswood/Roseville, Chatswood Sunrise and Turramurra Clubs combined to donate $8,956 for two commercial market-style umbrellas to extend the shade in the Infants’ lunch area.    
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  • Six Rotary Clubs and 2 Rotary Districts combined to raise $9913 for the literacy project "Books in Homes" for the school. Students will receive two new books of their choice in Terms 1,2 and 4, a personalised book bag and a catalogue. District 9650 gave a $4000 grant to the project and District 9685 gave $2500. The Rotary Club of Young Leaders in D9650 applied for the D9650 grant, and North Ryde Club for D9685. Pudding sales by Turramurra, Chatswood/Roseville, North Ryde, Wahroongah and West Pennant Hills Rotary Clubs raised over $3,000. Turramurra and Chatswood/Roseville Clubs combined to donate over $2,000 to the project.
  • Moree East PS won the Secretary’s School Achievement Award in September 2021 for their Learning for Life Cafeteria. This prestigious award recognises NSW Public Schools that have successfully created a sustainable learning environment through a whole-of-school-project.


In July 2022, nine members from Turramurra and Chatswood/Roseville Rotary Clubs travelled to Moree for the "Opening of the Umbrellas"2_clubs_umbrella.jpegthank_you_cake_2.jpg

Participating Rotary clubs were thanked for the Shade Umbrellas and for "Books in Homes". 

The group attended the NAIDOC Culmination Day at the school where students displayed their work and enjoyed activities, all linked to their culture.Moree_East_PS_BGA_T122-4_3.jpeg

  •  Turramurra, North Ryde and Chatswood/Roseville Clubs raised over $12,000 through
    District and RAWCS Grants and fundraising activities to extend the literacy project,
    ‘Books in Homes’, to 2023.
  •  The project can be found on the RAWCS website No. 29.2022.23 and tax deductible
    donations can be made through RAWCS.
  •  It has been selected for the RYLA Elevate Program involving RYLA participants
    supporting it through marketing and fund raising activities during 2023.
  •  The next goal is to raise funds for ‘Books in Homes’ for Moree East Public School for
    N.B. RAWCS – Rotary Australia World Community Service
    RYLA – Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

Sincere thanks to: Lorinda Potter; Abbotsleigh School; Bob Selinger, District Director Aboriginal Support; John Hartley, Rotary Clubs of Chatswood/Roseville; Chatswood Sunrise; Turramurra; North Ryde; Wahroonga and Pennant Hills.

Contact: Pam Pritchard

                  Mobile Phone: 0411 335 299

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Gordon Markets

Sydney's premier market on the north shore – 2nd Sunday of the month, rain or shine - every month

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.

Bookings and More Information: Gordon Markets Website

Bobbin Head Cycle Classic

BHCC4 400Members of the Rotary Clubs of Turramurra, Ku-ring-gai, Wahroonga and St Ives organise this annual event to provide a service for our cycling community and to raise funds for our charity partners - Primarily: Lifeline (Harbour to Hawkesbury), and other local charity organisations on an annual basis, such as: KYDS, Eagles Raps, The Bo Children's Hospital in Sierra Leone, Mentoring Men etc . The event usually raises over $130,000 for distribution to these charities.

The Bobbin Head Cycle Classic is held annually on a Sunday in March. Help us raise $200,000 and 'pedal for a purpose'

- visit the dedicated website:

Anzac day


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.

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Graffiti Removal Team Contacts

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Graffiti Removal Team
Rotary Club of Turramurra
PO Box 77
Turramurra NSW 2074

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