The Club in Brief

The Rotary Club of Hall was chartered on the 18th November 1989 in Rotary District 9710 and remains the only rural Rotary Club in the Australian Capital Territory.

We own and operate the Capital Region Farmers Market at EPIC every Saturday morning.

The Rotary Club of Hall is a vibrant and very active group who use the funds earned from the markets to help support worthwhile community projects at home and in the region through our three service directorates, Community Service, Youth and Vocational and International Service.

The club meets on Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm. If you would like to attend, please contact our Club Service Director

Our Focus

  • Youth Development Programs 50% 50%
  • Community Service Projects 30% 30%
  • International Aid 20% 20%
Celebrating 90 Years of Rotary in Canberra

Celebrating 90 Years of Rotary in Canberra

11,515 people signed our Rotary birthday card. A new (unofficial) world record for the most signatures on a birthday card. The official record is 5339 fans signatures put on a birthday card for Robert Downey Jr in China for the opening of Iron Man 3 in 2013. (Our...

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Monami Exchanges Banners

Monami Exchanges Banners

Every Rotary club is unique, based on its membership, location and the interests of club members. Each has its local customs and traditions, quite aside from those recommended by Rotary internationally. The Rotary Club of Hall is a fairly relaxed club. We have a lot...

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Honorary Members

Honorary Members

We had so much interest from people wanting to attend our weekly meeting on the 7th of August, that we had to move it from our club rooms to Gold Creek Station. The big drawcard was the appointment of past charter members Tony Howard and Greg Cutbush as Honorary...

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Bronze To ACT Women’s Ivor Burge Basketball Team

Bronze To ACT Women’s Ivor Burge Basketball Team

Congratulations to the ACT Women’s Team for their excellent effort in 2019. The Rotary Club of Hall was delighted to help support the team with a donation of $500 to help cover the team’s expenses at this year’s competition. Ivor Burge is the National Basketball...

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Magic Happens Book Launch

Magic Happens Book Launch

The Rotary Club of Hall has been a regular supporter of Nancy Tingey's Painting with Parkinsons Program for over eight years and now her efforts have come together in a new book. Nancy Tingey with new book. The book Magic Happens to be launched at Muse on 16 February...

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Fresh Food for Karinya House

Fresh Food for Karinya House

In March 2018, five local Rotary and Rotaract clubs elected to provide ongoing support for the mothers and babies at Karinya House. Karinya House is a community-based not-for-profit providing supported accommodation and transitional housing to pregnant and parenting...

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Roads to Rehab Nepal

Roads to Rehab Nepal

The club was visited by Virginia Dixon from Roads to Rehab Nepal who expressed her gratitude for the, 'Amazing support given by the Rotary Club of Hall'. Our first presenter of the year was Virginia Dixon who visited the club to update us on some of the ongoing...

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Abundant Water Update

Abundant Water Update

The Rotary Club of Hall has been an annual, longtime supporter of the Abundant Water project and recently had a visit from Tristan Skinner, Fieldwork Advisor with Abundant Water. Tristan provided the club with a background understanding of the situation in Timor-Leste...

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New Classrooms in Nepal

New Classrooms in Nepal

Last year the Rotary Club of Hall became involved with the work the 'REACH for Nepal Foundation' which had been established in the wake of the devastating earthquakes in 2015. The foundation's name 'REACH' is an acronym for the objectives of the organisation: Rebuild...

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Educational Partnership With GO Foundation

Educational Partnership With GO Foundation

The Rotary Club of Hall has been in discussion with the GO Foundation for a considerable time with the thought of seeking avenues that would facilitate greater opportunities for our indigenous youth. Recently, the club signed an MOU with the GO Foundation, to take...

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New Year With Our Exchange Students

New Year With Our Exchange Students

Whilst in staying in Melbourne over the Christmas/New Year period, two of the Rotary Club of Hall's past International Youth Exchange students met our current student, Monami. Pictured above: Monami and Gerardas having breakfast with President Janine and Chris in...

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Science and Leadership

Science and Leadership

January is always a busy one for the Rotary Club of Hall with the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) and the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) both on while schools are on holiday. Above: The RYLA dinner was well attended by Rotary Club of Hall club members. This...

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