Tumut Rotary is the local branch of Rotary International. Our club is very active with a diverse and enthusiastic membership.
We are a community service organisation with a social side. The commitment required of Rotary members is flexible. Meetings are every second Wednesday normally at Club Tumut at 6.00pm for 6.30pm.
Please contact us if you would like to know more about us.
10 Reasons to Join
Community Business Development
Continuing Personal Development
Youth Exchange and Vocational Programs
The Development of Ethics
Assistance when Travelling
The Opportunity to Serve
This sign was a Tumut Rotary project. You will find it at The Pines on Blowering Dam near Tumut where Ken Warby launched his boat Spirit of Australia in 1977 to set the world water speed record.
Ken broke his record in 1978 and set the current record of 511.11 km/h.
Here we have an interested tourist helping with some routine maintenance on the sign.
Snowy Valleys Cycle Challenge
Snowy Valleys Cycle Challenge will be back in 2023.
For details go to -
Snowy Valleys Cycle Challenge – Life's a climb, but the view is great
Listen to Rotary news about Tumut, Batlow and Tumbarumba Rotary Clubs on Sounds of the Mountains and Radio Upper Murray on Tuesdays at 8.30 am.