Lost Pieces – Street Art Exhbition

Lost Pieces - Street Art Exhbition »

Supported by the Rotary Club of Erina and Central Coast Council, this exhibition is a celebration of youth culture. For two decades the basketball court wall at Green Point was a highly utilised legal space for graffiti artists to perform, hone and display their aerosol painting and design skills. The Green Point legal wall began […]

Community and Vocational Awards 2022

Community and Vocational Awards 2022 »

The Covid-19 pandemic curtailed our ability to hold face-to-face events, but in May 2022 we joined with The Entrance Rotary Club to recognise people in our community who the extra mile in their daily lives. The Rotary motto for Vocational service is “do it once, do it well” and the recipients indeed reflected this ethos. […]

Culture of Youth Art Exhibition

Culture of Youth Art Exhibition »

On view through June 2022, the art works of students from Erina High School and Terrigal High School were on display at the Erina Centre Gallery. The works demonstrated the skills of students across a range of media formats. Click here to read the full story.

Australia Day BBQ 2022

Australia Day BBQ 2022 »

The Rotary Clubs of Erina, Terrigal and Kincumber got together on 26th January 2022 to conduct a free community BBQ, in the Seabreeze Avenue Park, Kincumber. The day was sunny and warm, and people enjoyed one of Rotary’s famous sausage sizzles, lamingtons, fresh fruit, drinks and took away a jar of vegemite to celebrate the […]

Share The Dignity

Share The Dignity »

Following a presentation from Rhonda Douglas, a volunteer with Share the Dignity, Erina Rotarians will be supporting the initiative It’s In the Bag, a program that runs from 19-28 November. So just what is It’s in the Bag? As the name suggests, it’s about providing good quality handbags, and filling them with personal items for […]

Springfield Bushlands Project

Springfield Bushlands Project »

Erina Rotary Club is working with the Bushlands Reserve Community Group to upgrade the existing park in the area of Springfield, on the Central Coast. The group is dedicating volunteer time and effort to build a place of togetherness, and nurturing the local environment and community as a result. Stage one of this project will […]

Rotary Ethics – food for thought from guest speaker Paul Rogers

Rotary Ethics - food for thought from guest speaker Paul Rogers »

Ethics, as a core value of Rotary, can be found in the Four-Way-Test, a guiding set of four principles by which Rotarians conduct their service to the community. These can be viewed as a unifying set of values, purpose and principles. Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill […]

Speakers Showcase – our yarning circle

Speakers Showcase - our yarning circle »

Hearing about other people’s vocation and special interests is one of the ways Rotarians have an opportunity to learn about, engage with and support projects locally and globally.

Sleep Rough4aNight

Sleep Rough4aNight »

Erina Rotarians took part in Coast Shelter’s Sleep Rough 4aNight event held on Saturday 8th August 2020. Covid19 restrictions mean that this year, instead of participants sleeping outside as a group, they will be choosing their couch, car or tent to help raise funds for homeless and at risk people on the Central Coast.   […]

Wondabyne Sculptures

Wondabyne Sculptures »

The Wondabyne Sculpture Symposium I and II are located in the Mt Penang Parklands precinct. Erina Rotary has been involved in the ongoing identification of the sculptures, enhancing the experience of, and access to the sculptures for visitors. The sculptures are the result of two symposiums, the first one at a site in Wondabyne in […]