Catering at the Kadina Show August 2014, lots of sausages,steaks and egg and bacon sandwiches

What we do

Northern Yorke Peninsula (NYP) Rotary Club has a reputation for great Fellowship. The main service activity undertaken by the club is administering and supporting the monthly Markets, held in Victoria Square Kadina (the Train Park) on the last Saturday of the month. This event has grown significantly over the past years and has a strong following both from stall holders and the general public, a great way to spend a Saturday morning.

Other service events involve supporting the Community and other service clubs by participating in the Beach Day Out, The Show and Shine, the Kadina Show, Christmas in Kadina.

Underlying these local community activities are the fundamentals of being part of an International Organisation that is Rotary. Club members believe in the ideals of Rotary's 4 Way Test (is it the Truth, is it fair to all concerned..) and support the amazing Rotary International Foundation and Charities such as the Shelter Boxes, PolioPlus, Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children to name a few...  a great way to fill in a few hours a week.

1st July 2017 -Presidents Handover Dinner

Mayor Paul Thomas, President John Carbone, Hon Geoff Brock MP and Past President Rick Lampre

June 2014

Sydney Conference - Rotary fellowship and networking

February 2014

Our Club presented special guest Geraldine Cox AM [left of picture] with a donation towards her Sunrise Children’s Orphanage at a combined Rotary Dinner in Kadina with members of the Maitland Rotary Club and their partners. Supporters of Geraldine’s also gathered together to hear of her outstanding role in caring for 400 Cambodian Children.

Below, Geraldine doing some trading on the night for the children.

A great initiative between the Copper Coast Council, NYP Rotary, and a very generous local engineering/manufacturer resulted in a number of these wonderful benches being placed around the Copper Coast.

January 2014

A game of croquet at the local club.  As you can see from the study in concentration it is not as easy as it looks.  A bit like billiards on grass.