Rotary Club of Toowoomba South Inc.

About Us

Our Club

The Rotary Club of Toowoomba South is a Community Service Club operating in and around the local region, raising funds for worthy community facilities and charities through a socially active group of business oriented members. 

Where do we meet

The Club currently meets for dinner on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month, 6.00pm for 6.30pm start, at The Downs Club, Milne St Toowoomba.

On the alternate Tuesdays we meet for lunch, 12.00 noon at the Cobb & Co Cafe in Lindsay Street Toowoomba but this is subject to change so please check the Club Calendar or contact our Secretary for details of any changes.

Visiting Rotarians are always welcome to join with us but we suggest contacting the Secretary (details below) to confirm the meeting venue. 

Photo: Satellite Club Founding Members

From Left: Matt Cherry, Andrew Elson, Ali Davenport, John Olive, Chairperson Tressa Lindenberg, Craig Hess, Brad Hogan, Jamie Smith and Corin Sankey.

Satellite Club

UPDATE: 01/07/2021
Our Satellite Club has since chartered as a new Rotary Club in their own right:
The Rotary Club of Toowoomba Metropolitan.

As a way of attracting new, younger members into Rotary our club, under the leadership of then President Graham Newnham, established a Satellite Club in 2015, with an initial membership of twelve members, all aged between 30 and 50 years of age. Nine of these new members were inducted into our club on the 2nd of June 2015.

The other three new members, unable to be there on the night, were inducted into the club at another meeting on the 17th of June, bringing the total membership of The Edge, at that time, to twelve - and it's still growing!

A report on the Satellite Club Inductions can be found in the Club Blog and in the Southender

Photos from the evening are available in the Club's Google Photos Albums.

Membership Information

Membership of a Rotary Club is open to individuals of all ages, from 18 to 80 plus. It gives you the opportunity to give back to the community by participating in worthwhile service projects; to create new and lasting friendships, not only at a Club level but also within the greater Rotary Community and to enjoy the fellowship of like-minded people at regular social events. 

Membership of a Rotary Club is by invitation only but unless we know who you are, or where we can contact you, we can't invite you to become a member so if you would like to know more about becoming a member you can register your interest by sending us some information about yourself. 

You can do this by filling in a few personal details using the Contact Us form in the Contact Us page and one of our membership team will contact you as soon as possible.

You can also find out a little more about our club by reading our Club Brochure

New Member Induction

David Saxton being inducted into the Club by DG John Crawford in 2015

Office Bearers - 2023/24    

Club Contact Details

For Membership and General inquiries we can be contacted via the Contact Us page.

For more immediate enquiries please contact our Secretary at

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