Marine Rescue Batemans Bay
Marine Rescue Volunteers from the Marine Rescue Batemans Bay run the first Sunday of each month market.
Marine Rescue also have the Marine Rescue sausage sizzle and also supply bacon and egg rolls along with a range of cold drinks to enjoy.
All proceeds go to helping Marine Rescue Batemans Bay keep boaties and their families safe on our local waters.
The Marine Rescue and it's predecessor, The Royal Volunteer Coastal Patrol, have been part of the Batemans Bay coastal community for over 35 years.
The unit now has over 90 hard working volunteer members, running three sophisticated, well equipped and modern rescue vessels on local waterways and provide a 24 hour per day, 365 days per year radio room service to assist boat operators.
Marine Rescue NSW are always keen to recruit new members to help with fun raising, operating our radio room and helping the boat rescue crew.
Rotary Batemans Bay
Volunteers from Rotary Batemans Bay run the third Sunday of each month market, plus additional 'Special' markets from time to time.
The Rotary Club of Batemans Bay was established in 1960 and the current members continue to support our local community wherever they can.
At the start of 2016 Rotary Batemans Bay took over the market that had been organised by the Batemans Bay High School P&C Association for 25 years. Rotary has over 1.2 million members world wide. Rotarians are committed to ' Service Above Self' and belong to an international community service organisation. There are many opportunities in Rotary to help with international projects, many in third world countries. However all money raised at our monthly market from stall holder's fees support local community projects, including many initiatives for our youth, our businesses and our community assets. In addition we support many other local organisations including the Batemans Bay Youth Foundation, Snowy Hydro Southcare Rescue Helicopter and all local schools.
Rotary is always interested in welcoming new members who wish to get involved in community service. Please see our website www.rotarybbay.org.au for more information about our projects and about joining Rotary.