Rotary Club of Jimboomba
The Rotary Club of Jimboomba was founded in 1986 and is a not-for-profit organization run by Rotarians and their families, providing fundraising projects and financial support to meet the needs of our local district as well as international development projects, humanitarian efforts, youth programs and more.
Rotary International is the world’s first and largest service club organization with more than 1.2 million members in over 30,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas. These clubs join together to volunteer millions of hours to local community service each year.
We help communities address local issues such as education, poverty, hunger, and disaster relief. If you’re passionate about the world around you and want to create real change, join us!
Historic Venues For Hire in Jimboomba
Jimboomba has so much to offer, and the Rotary Club of Jimboomba are working hard to preserve the region’s heritage. With 3 buildings sitting in the beautiful Jimboomba Heritage Precinct, we’re excited about the new ways we are able to share these gems with the community.
Jimboomba Community & District Hall, Little Brown Church and Dorrington House have all been restored and refurbished marking them as excellent venues for hire in Jimboomba. Their close proximity to each other and Rotary Park has created a heritage precinct that can be hired for private, corporate and community events of every size and nature.
A heritage oasis, right in the heart of the community.
Learn More About Rotary
Rotary Club of Jimboomba is led by a strong team committed to making a difference in our local and international communities. But mostly, we are a group of friends, neighbours, business owners, young people who get together, have fun, make a difference in the local community and brighten the world while we do it.
Become part of a worldwide network working together for a better future for all.
The Rotary Club of Jimboomba were pleased to welcome 3 new members this April, one of whom was the District 9640’s 500th female member.
As we celebrate 100 Years of Rotary in Australia, the Jimboomba Rotary Club took its place in the R100 Baton Relay – an event to connect all Rotary Clubs across Australia and NZ with their communities.
100 Years of Rotary Celebrations was a great success with our 100K Happy Birthday bike ride with 116 participants – 100 in the 100K ride and 16 in the 34K ride.