Our Projects

Warialda Rotary Club has an active program of service throughout each year.


A major focus of project activity and fund raising has been for the development of the Dementia Unit for Warialda. This successful fund raising venture has resulted in a low-interest government loan being provided to Gwydir Shire Council, with construction well underway. Dementia Unit May 2014 The Westpac Rescue Helicopter service was also the recipient of Warialda Rotary Club funds. A further focus has been on projects that support our Warialda young people. The Club has sponsored Warialda young people’s participation in District and International Rotary programs, and the club hosted a Youth Forum in May 2014 to further consider how best to serve the needs of our children and youth.

_Mathew McNamara


         Mathew Mcnamara, a Year 12 student at

          Warialda High School, is being sponsored

          by the Warialda Rotary Club to attend the

          2016 National Youth Science Forum,

          being held in Canberra from Monday 4th

          to Saturday 16th January.




Fund raising

The Warialda Rotary Club undertakes a range of fund raising activities in support of local and wider community projects and programs. These include:

  • Hosting an Annual Golf Day
  • Providing the barbeques for local events  – Warialda Races, Warialda Markets, Naroo fete and other events


Members of the Club provide valued services to the Warialda and wider community.

  • Local events such as the annual Australia Day celebrations are in the hands of the Warialda Rotary Club, providing the community with a enjoyable family day.
  • A number of members of our club joined with those of the Inverell Club to undertake a health building project at Kokoda  in Papua New Guinea during 2013, part of members’ commitment to international service.

Along the way our Club provides important but often unrecognised service in development and maintaining of some local community facilities and amenities – including maintaining the Creek walkway, and the Post Office Street garden.