Hurstville Rotary has several highly effective fund raising projects

There is always an urgent need to help others, not only in our own community, but also abroad when disaster strikes.

To be ready to offer assistance when needed, Hurstville Rotary has over it's 76  years of history, been running fund raising projects, some are short time while others are more permanent in nature.

Click on some of the links below to visit some of our current fund raising events.

If you would like to know more, or simply to join, go to to our "Contact Us" page.

We would love to hear from you.

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Antiques and Collectables Fair

A great opportunity to see and buy antique jewelry, fine china, porcelain, glassware, linen, tools, books, memorabilia and other unique collectables.

The quantity and quality of Royal Doulton figurines, plates, toby jugs and other fine products at our fair are second to none. A treasure trove for the Royal Doulton enthusiast.



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Mulga Road Books

When you purchase one or more of the wonderful books on offer, your money will help support local, national and international projects.

When looking at the pathway of your donations on a local level, you will find that it will go towards helping places like St. George Hospital and the Royal Flying Doctor Service,

The bookshop has a very extensive collection of books - so no matter what type of read you are in the mood for, you are sure you will find something to suit.

The collection of donated books flood the aisles, shelves, and bookcases that comprise the shop.

There is an expansive range of fiction, non-fiction, and children's books, all have been catalogued and arranged in the shop in a neat and orderly fashion.



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Festival of Magic

This is a 90 minute family orientated show, with a 10 minute interval and is intended to be enjoyed by “special needs” children, many of whom often need wheelchairs or assistance. We will ensure a wheelchair section is available



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Riverwood Community Markets

operate on the 1st. Saturday of each month.

This is another initiative of Hurstville Rotary and is operated and supervised by volunteers.



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