Maleny Rotary is dedicated to encourage Rotarians to seize the many opportunities Rotary offers to enrich their lives and the community they serve.

During the last 60 years Maleny Rotary have initiated and sponsored many local community projects from developing the Mary Cairncross Park to the current Maleny precinct.

Pride of workmanship Awards

In recent years, Maleny Rotary has encouraged local business and community members to nominate employees who are deserving of recognition for their service to the public. The nominated employees are presented with a plaque by Maleny Rotary to acknowledge their workplace excellence in our community.

Protecting the environment

We are committed to supporting activities that strengthen the conservation and protection of natural resources, advance ecological sustainability, and foster harmony between communities and the environment

Our Committee

Paulette Steele
Paulette SteelePresident
Paulette Steele has worked in several industries throughout her career, from fashion to recruitment. She is now a business entrepreneur and mentor educating people on achieving their full potential in life.

Paulette is passionate about Blues Music and have been heavily involved in promoting local blues musicians and their live gigs throughout SE Queensland over the last 12 years. She has been President of BASEQ (Blues Association of SE Qld) twice.

Bernice McLennan
Bernice McLennanSecretary
Bernice Mclennan worked as a clinical nurse at the Maleny hospital from 1975 to 2012, and despite retiring two years ago, still works casual hours. Bernice is a well-known Maleny resident who works tirelessly for many charities such as Helping Children Smile Inc.
Jim Atkinson
Jim AtkinsonTreasurer
Jim Atkinson is a well known Maleny resident for his work as a warden for the Maleny Parish, a cricketer for local teams and a Rotarian of more than thirty years. He is often photographed presenting cheques to charitable causes.