The Rotary Club of Woden is a club of men and women, focussed on fellowship and service to the local community and beyond.
We pride ourselves in a strong tradition of friendship and a supportive environment for our members. Rotary International is a worldwide network of community volunteers.
Canberra-Woden is a member club of District 9710 of Rotary International.
The Club was chartered in 1969, and has around 20 members.
The Club’s name Woden comes from the name of a farming homestead built by Dr James Murray in 1840 on what was then part of the Yarralumla sheep station. It became the name of a suburb of Canberra which generally matches the ‘home’ territory of the Club.
The core of our fellowship is our weekly meeting. 6pm for 6.15pm to 8pm on Wednesdays. We participate in BBQs, ‘pie nites’ on occasions and other social events. Partners and friends are welcome at any meeting, but especially when there are special speakers and visiting groups. We enjoy friendship and one another’s company while participating in our service activities.
Visit our website http://www.wodenrotary.org.au/