Welcome to The Rotary Club of Tea Tree Gully


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The Rotary Club of Tea Tree Gully has been very active in the North Eastern Community for more than 46 Years.

We meet fortnightly on Wednesday nights at the Tea Tree Gully Golf Club and you are very welcome to attend. For further information: Email:admin@teatreegully.rotaryaust.org

Link to New Events and Programs at the Club


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Rotary does all of these good deeds … and more

  • Rotary creates approved Overseas Projects
  • Gives clean and continuous Water Supplies
  • Protects Islanders from Malaria and reduces death rate
  • Conducts Literacy programs
  • Teaches communities vocational skills and helps them be self sufficient
  • Builds Libraries, Houses, Warehouses, Schools
  • Gives Medical Assistance

Articles of Interest

Adelaide’s Trees

Joanna Mills, President Ray‘WHAT’S HAPPENING TO ADELAIDE’S TREES’ was the talk given by Joanna Mills, volunteer from Conservation SA. to our Club on Wednesday night, at meeting 2304.

Joanna’s love of trees is a driving force in her volunteer work.

She spoke of trees that were removed that were hundreds of years old in our local area, one in particular that had a girth of 8.4m, a River Red Gum.  This was on Golden Grove Road and removed as part of the road upgrade near the junction of Hancock Road.   Initially Tea Tree Gully Council had given permission for a few trees to be felled but some 180 trees were removed.

Read more…

Anzac Day 2022

This morning, Past President Glenn Mitchell, of the Rotary Club of Tea Tree Gully, laid a wreath at the Tea Tree Gully Anzac Day Dawn Service, to remember those Rotarians of District 9510 who served, and to remember the dedication and sacrifice that service men and women make in the line of duty.
“Lest we forget”.

Meeting 2299

At our meeting #2299 Guest Speaker Alan Rose spoke on the topic of Nuclear Submarines.

Alan is a former Weapons Engineer, Royal Navy Submariner, and Retired Commander who is now working with the Nuclear Submarine Taskforce in Adelaide.

The submarines will be built in sections and put together in one place; they are more complicated than building the Space Shuttle. Read more…

Rotary Youth Sailing Challenge

Tea Tree Gully Rotary was delighted to sponsor a student to the Rotary Youth Sailing Challenge, leaving September 26th from Port Adelaide Dock 2.

Sailing aboard the sail training vessel One & All on the 5-day training voyage is a dynamic personal development experience during which lifelong skills are learnt through challenge and adventure. It is an intensive work and social experience, where trainees are presented with the challenge of acquiring skills needed to operate a Tall Ship, safely, at sea. Meeting these challenges conveys a sense of achievement and self-worth.

The Rotary Youth Sailing Challenge is held twice yearly, further details are available at https://youthsailing.com.au/

Rotary Youth Sailing Challenge

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Rotary Annual Theme

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Visitors Welcome
Meeting Venue: Tea Tree Gully Golf Club Hamilton Rd, Fairview Park
Meeting Time: AlternateWednesdays
6:15pm for 6:45pm On Partners Night: 6:30pm for 7:00pm
Membership: Open; All visitors very welcome
Contact: Email