Terese is organising a team event for Kenthurst Rotary Club. Let's do this Kenthurst and show other clubs in our district
what we can do. If you can t do the sleepout please help by sponsoring our team.

The Hills Winter Sleep Out is a unique, overnight event that aims to raise awareness of homelessness and the factors
such as DV (domestic violence), financial hardship, mental illness that can lead to homelessness in the Hills.

The Sleep Out also aims to raise vital funds for local charities who work with the homeless, victims of domestic violence
and the financially disadvantaged in the Hills community.

To join Kenthurst Rotary at this year's Sleep Out go to https://the-hills-winter-sleepout-2022.raisely.com
or to Terese to Sleep Out go to https://the-hills-winter-sleepout-2022.raisely.com/terese-wilson

All donations/registrations/sponsorship are TAX DEDUCTIBLE and all funds raised will go to Hills Community Aid who
work with the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless in the Hills as well as StreetMed Incorporated.

Thanks for your support and for helping us raise awareness of homelessness and it's causes in the Hills.
Looking forward to seeing you on August 13.




The Hills Winter Sleepout 2022

Saturday 13 August 2022

Bella Vista Farm


4pm, Saturday 13 August to 10am, Sunday 14 August







PNG Sepik Dentist Clinic Project





Thank you Kenthurst

we raised over $5,500, all of which will be donated to support under- privileged children in Australia







Copyright Rotary Club of Kenthurst Inc.









15 minute Radio Interview on the Sepik Project






In aid of the Positive Vibes Foundation
We hope to see you there















Australia Day 2022








Rotary Park, Playground Equipment Replacement

Kenthurst Rotary Club and the Kenthurst Literary Institute are replacing the Playground equipment in Rotary Park.
We invite local residents who use the Park to help us raise funding for the Soft-fall which will be placed around the new equipment so that generations more families gain the joy of using these facilities.



If you would like to make a donation please go to our GoFundMe page at:




or scan the QR Code below












Matt Eyles, born and bred in Kenthurst and the son of Gary and Jan Eyles, long term Kenthurst residents


Matt is the strength and conditioning coach for the Netherlands Women’s Hockey team who have just won an Olympic gold medal.


A great effort for a young man from Kenthurst, now on the world stage.


At the moment Matt resides in the Netherlands and has just completed his Masters in Sport and Exercise Science.


Kenthurst Rotarian involved in Road Traffic Accident

On the 2nd of August one of the newest member of the Kenthurst Rotary Club, Ivar, was involved in a terrible traffic accident on Annangrove Road.

Our thought and prays go with him as he starts his way to recovery.  

If you would like to donate help our friend, Phil Bishop has set up a gofundme page. 



Any Donation is gratefully received, it is at times like this that we all need to pull together to help a friend in need.



Important Message

To all Kenthurst and Area Residents


If you are in need of the assistance of the


Kenthurst Rotary Club and its members


during the COVID 19 Situation


Please Contact us on:







Stay Safe !