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Pictured above: Some of the Australian Rotary Health Legends with Rotary and Rotaract supporters at the finish of 2018 event. The Sydney City2Surf has been the world's largest timed fun-run since its first running in 1971 and Rotary and Rotarians have always been...read more
Like many of us, I love the experience of travel. (Well, not the bit where you sit at airports for hours or lug bags about.) I love experiencing different cultures and poking about in places where I've never been to before. One of the things I like to do is get out...read more
Ken Barratt's first Australian Rotary Health Ride for Research (ARH) was in 2003, commencing in Frankston, continuing to Geelong via Berwick, Bacchus Marsh, Cressy, and Apollo Bay. Since then he has ridden in 13 ARH rides, covering different parts of Victoria,...read more
Are you inspired to take an adventure while raising much-needed funds for your favourite charity? Mike Greenslade is. Mike stumbled onto Inspired Adventures at a Fundraising Institute of Australia conference. He soon realised that this could be a terrific vehicle to...read more
We did a Saturday morning walk at Lake Fawa, Pokhara Nepal. We had a look at some local boat building. Very heavy solid planks are used.....no putting these on the roof racks! Then we paddled in a canoe for an hour. It was all hard work due to the weight, but a good...read more
The Swimland Great Australia Day Swim may just tick a box or two for you! Fun, ocean swimming and fundraising combined together at one event make a great family day out. The Rotary Club of Brighton Community Services Director, Stuart McIntyre told me “It’s about...read more
Russell Green (Regency Park Rotary) and Peter Sowden (Walkerville Rotary) have just completed a 31-day kayak paddle from Renmark down to the Murray Mouth, a total of 564Km. It was done for a cause. Russell, being the joint District representative of Rotarian Action...read more
Commencing in 1977 by Founder Walter De Bont with 26 participants, the event has grown into New Zealand's premier and largest cycling event, with over 7,000 riders from across New Zealand, and the world taking part each year! Originally owned and operated by the Taupo...read more
Peter Vollweiler, along with a group of foundation members, is regarded as the founder of the Milton Rotary Tramping Club. Commenced in 1986, members of The Otago Youth Adventure Trust/Milton Rotary Tramping Club were all highly experienced tramping and climbing...read more