We normally meet on Wednesday nights over dinner, 6.00 for 6.30, at the Mornington Hotel. Please see our upcoming meeting and event details on the right hand column of this website. Guests are most welcome and should you wish to attend one of our Club Meetings, please contact our Club Secretary, via the Home page link/ tab: "Club Secretary - Jo Davie", located directly under this  notice, to book in for dinner, thank you.
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    "  Now is our chance to change the world. To make sure no child is disabled by polio ever again.
Join in, speak out, be part of history ".
Bill Gates 
An Update on our last 12 months - Mar 2023
Mornington Rotary has enjoyed delivering some great projects in the last 12 months, and are currently planning more. We have an interesting range of guest speakers coming up, for our normal Wednesday night dinner meeting. We invite all Mornington community members to join us either in a project or at one of our meetings.
To find out more  contact one of the people on the LH side of this webpage by clicking on their name  and read the article below 

The 2023 Mornington Art Show, was our fifty first , and  was another great success. Thanks to all our artists, sponsors, volunteers, visitors and supporters.  It’s our major fundraising event. We think it’s the second largest in the State and the largest on the Mornington Peninsula.

For more information about the Art Show please go to and follow it on facebook. 


Mornington Rotary Club is one of the eight clubs on the   Peninsula supporting the Peninsula Trail,  as an Australian Rotary Centenary Project. The project is being led by Council and will connect our communities and visitor destinations with around 130klm of trails, most of which already exists, so we just need the missing links.

In Mornington it will likely  run parallel to the Heritage Railway line from the end of Peninsula Link at Moorooduc Station,  and connect in Civic Reserve,  to the Harrap Creek Trail to  the Briars and Mt.Martha.
In stage 2 it will connect into Mornington's main activity centre and the foreshore. Its part of Rotary's focus on environmental sustainability and health. For more info see . 
Mornington Rotary Club 75th Anniversary
On Thursday 21st April 2022 The Rotary Club of Mornington celebrated its 75thAnniversary, since being handed its inaugural Charter by Rotary International back in 1947.
The Gala Event was held at The Mornington Golf Course and was extremely well attended. Along with all Club Members who were accompanied by their partners we hosted many Past Presidents, past Members and a number of Special VIP Guests.
Australian Rotary Health Scholarships - Molly King 
The Rotary Club of Mornington is this year celebrating forty years since its project to research the cause of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome led to the  establishment of Australian Rotary   Health. Since then nearly $50m has been raised for medical research. 
 In 2020 the Club sponsored Molly King with an  Indigenous Health   Scholarship. Molly is currently in her second year of a five year course at   Monash University in Melbourne and is  undertaking a Bachelor of  Medicine.
The Club contributed $25,000 to purchase a new Intensive Care Unit bed, to coincide with the opening of the new Critical Care Unit at the Bays.  Funding for the bed was raised through a number of club activities including the Mornington Annual Art Show held each January. 
Recognition of Australian Rotary Health

A highlight of the Club's Annual Changeover night was the visit of the Chair of Australian Rotary Health, Greg Ross, to present recognition to Don Gordon, a President of the Club in the early 1980's, for his role in leading in the formation of Australian Rotary Health. ARH has subsequently gone on to raise $46 million for medical research, with its emphasis since the early 2000's being mental health. Six members of the club at the time of the formation were present,  (photograph L to R) Darryl Chambers, Milton Green, Don Gordon, Ted Moore, Ken Bilham and Ian Prudden.


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