Rotary Club of Gosford West

Club History

The Rotary Club of Gosford West is in District 9685 and was chartered in April 1977. The club is at the gateway to the Central Coast of New South Wales.

The Rotary Club of Goasford was our mother club, and Van Adcock was our first president, with Bill Pluim as Secretary. Since that time, the club has attained a proud record in developing and fostering the aims of Rotary.

Some of our contributions and achievements include:
  • The gateway to Gosford project.
  • The Avenue of Flags - a project which provided the Avenue of Flags along the pacific highway at West Gosford.
  • The Opening of the Mooney Bridge - The club initiated and organised the event which attracted 32,000 visitors.
  • Carawah Reserve - Our club developed this wetland area at West Gosford for educational and recreational purposes.
  • Forming our daughter club, kariong/Somersby.
  • Youth in Performing Arts
  • parkside Multi Service Youth facility in Gosford.
  • The Wheelchair Australia project - Our club began this project in 2003 with the aim of providing wheelchairs to people in need in developing countries throughout the Pacific region.
  • Supporting individual wards at Gosford Hospital.

The club meets weekly on Thursdays for lunch. As the only lunch time Rotary Club on the Central Coast, the club enjoys a unique mix of members from a wide variety of occupations.

New member enquiries are most welcome and can be directed to any of our Board Members. You can also contact us via our contact form.
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