Rotary Club of Port Macquarie Sunrise
Our club meets at Waters Edge
1 Buller St, 7.00am Friday most weeks.
Visitors are always welcome.

Visit by RI President, Ian Riseley

On Monday 31st July 2017 we had the pleasure of a visit by the current Rotary International President, Ian Riseley. Ian spent the day touring around the District taking in the sights and visiting key Rotary projects. This included a visit to our very own Tacking Point Lighthouse project where he was guided by several…

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Neil Black – the Mayor of Lighthouse

 The Tacking Point Lighthouse in 2010 was in very bad shape having been neglected for many years. It was an eyesore and was detracting from the image of Port Macquarie, especially since it had long been a key tourism landmark in the area. Neil and others in the Rotary Club of Port Macquarie Sunrise observed…

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Tacking Point Lighthouse Stage V Opening

November 7, 2017 Signage on a new feature wall will formally identify the iconic Tacking Point headland for the thousands of visitors that visit each year. The signage is a part of Stage 5 of the Tacking Point Lighthouse Project opened today by the member for Port Macquarie Leslie Williams and Deputy Mayor of Port…

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2016 Port Macquarie Hastings Sports Awards

Award Winners 2016 Photographs courtesy of Rob Oates, BALLANTYNE Photography can be found here: Port News coverage can be found here:   Patterson Real Estate Junior Team of the Year Tacking Point Public School Boys Soccer Team 2015 State PSSA Knockout champions – first ever Port Macquarie team   Donovan Oates Hannaford Senior Team of…

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Geoff enjoys reaching the end of Oz

  One of our Rotary Sunrise members Geoff jumping for joy celebrating his birthday and ticked off one of the bucket list wishes – went to Steep Point, the most westerly point on mainland Oz with a bit of 4wd ing. Now have been to the most northerly, easterly, southern and westerly points of this…

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If we all had wings

At last weeks meeting we learned about a great new local charity called – If we all had wings. Necia Waghorn Friends, Necia Waghorn and Sue Jogever, have assisted local artist, Skye Petho to establish a charity called If We All Had Wings to support local families facing financial hardship while undergoing cancer treatment. Skye…

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