District 9710

Club Chartered 10 April 1960.

PO Box 151 Ulladulla, NSW, AUSTRALIA.




The Club meets on Tuesday, 6.00 for 6.30pm, at the Mollymook Golf Club, Golf Avenue, Mollymook.

Contact the Club by email.    Apologies and Guests to Yvonne Young by phone 0418 866 482 by 12 noon on Tuesdays.


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Club's Italian Youth Exchange student Giulia Missarelli with Anette Sætrang

Youth Exchange Student from Norway at the Rotary Club of Milton-Ulladulla recently.

Anette is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Ottestad, D2305 and hosted by the RC of Cooma.


Saturday 18 June, the 'Mollymook Community Basketball Facility' was officially opened.
Richard Nesbitt has been behind this project from day one, Richard was the MC at the official opening of this facility, which will be there for decades to come and will help young and old to exercise physically and mentally.

The official party included the Hon. Shelley Hancock MP, the mayor of the Shoalhaven City Council Councillor Joanna Gash, Bruce Hughes the President of the Milton Ulladulla Basketball Association, President of the Rotary Club of Milton-Ulladulla Clive Cross and of course the driving force behind the project Richard Nesbitt. Also in attendance Ann Sudmalis, the Federal member for Gilmore.

The facility came to fruition thanks to the Milton Ulladulla basket Ball Association in partnership with the Rotary club of Milton-Ulladulla and the Shoalhaven City Council with the assistance of the NSW State Government and the Veolia Mulwaree Trust.

Photo on right: L-R Richard Nesbitt, Clive Cross, Joanna Gash, Bruce Hughes and Shelley Hancock.


Our Club has had, since 2012,

a Polio Eradication Project

to raise funds and awareness,

with Safe MoneyBoxes,

pictured on the left,

please click here to view the Facts poster

and click here to view a video of the project.








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