Meeting location

Our club meets at 6:00 pm for 6:20 pm on Mondays at the clubhouse of the Burnie Bowls Club (a.k.a. "The Burnie Greens") in Cooee.

To contact the Club

WRITE TO:
Rotary Club of Burnie
P.O. Box 185
Burnie
Tas. 7320
Australia

Or Email our Secretary at: [admin "at" burnierotary "dot" org "dot" au]

Schedule of Speakers
Date Speaker and/or topic
18 Sept. Adele Britton, school of special education. Garden project
25 Sept. Lisa Martin, Hellyer, supporting education
2 Oct. Wayne Richards, SES
9 Oct. Visit to 'TasArt' Exhibition, Burnie Arts & Function Centre
16 Oct. Nancy Arnold, Community Care
23 Oct. RYPEN - Talks by two attendees

Persons and organisations wishing to speak at a Burnie Rotary Club meeting are advised to contact our Program Director, Elizabeth Kinneir-Tarte on phone 0427-376-747 or email her at: [tassiecelebrant "at" gmail "dot" com]

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The local ROTARACT CLUB

Are you in the age range 18-30 and live in NW Tasmania? Then check out Central Coast Rotaract Club on Facebook. Connect to Facebook

or visit the Rotaract Club of Central Coast Website.

or Email to Central Coast Rotaract

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Burnie Rotary Club members are boosters for Burnie. Why? Click on the thumbnails below for some views. Fernglade is a beautiful picnic spot on the Emu River, just two km from the City Centre, and is a favourite haunt of the Platypus: We can often see them foraging in the river at dusk. The Rotary Club holds a barbecue meeting there in January. Burnie is also home to countless families of penguins and we can look into some burrows. Below these thumbnails are links to the latest Burnie weather and to the Burnie City Council's website.

Scenes in and around Burnie
Fernglade Burnie CBD and Port
Fernglade, with Emu River - favourite haunt of the Platypus Burnie CBD and Port

[Copyright: Burnie Council]

[Copyright: Doug Forrest]

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Litle Penguin

[Copyright: Burnie Council]

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Burnie is in a wonderful part of the world - Tasmania. Here is a small sample of what we mean. The following images were supplied gratis by Mike Calder [see www.mikecalder.com.au]

Scenes from around Tasmania
The Nut at Stanley Historic street, Stanley
The Nut at Stanley Stanley historic street

[One hour west of Burnie]

[A delightfully preserved town]

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Echidna Two young Devils
Echidna Young Tasmanian Devils

[Echidnas walk slowly, but can dig fast]

[The Tassie Devil is a very interesting animal. Check out this video]

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Lake Pedder Boat Harbour
Lake Pedder Boat Harbour & beach

[Pedder is in South-West Tasmania]

[This beach is 30 minutes from Burnie]

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For the latest Burnie weather, you have two options: (i) For pilots and other mere mortals, click on Burnie Weather for an extensive array of information on what is coming towards us over the horizon. (ii) For farmers and other stick-in-the-muds, click on Burnie Environs.

To find out more about the City of Burnie and surrounds, check out Burnie Council.

Comments about Burnie are invited from visitors. These should be emailed to the Site Administrator link below and will be placed on our new comments page.

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