Welcome to the Rotary Club of Kingscliff (district 9640) website


Established in 1970,  the club has over the many years supported our growing community and shared many friendships and social activities.

Kingscliff, the Tweed Coast’s original seaside town, has welcomed growth without loosing its laid-back ambiance.

Similarly, Kingscliff Rotary is a friendly club, welcoming of new members and those seeking to get engaged with their community – both locally and around the globe!

Looking to Get Involved?

Visit a meeting

Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Cudgen Leagues Club, Wommin Bay Road, Cudgen at 6:15pm for 6.30pm (DST) start.

Join our club

If you like what you see, you can submit a membership proposal. Forms are available from our members or on our Membership page.

The Rotary Club of Kingscliff

Community Duck Race and Corporate Duck Race Event

When: 22 October, 2017 – 9:00am to 1:00pm (races start 11:30am)
Corporate Duck Registrations open from 9am to 11am

Where: Ed Parker Rotary Park


or buy a new duck + registration

The Rotary Club of Kingscliff invites you to participate in the “Best Dressed Duck” and the “Corporate Duck Races” at the Kingscliff Rotary Duck Race in 2017.

To participate, you will simply need to register one of your pasts Rotary Duck Race ducks at a cost of $50.00. If you do not have a duck, Kingscliff Rotary will supply a new duck for $15.00.

Corporate Duck Races starting at approx. 11.30am*

Decorate your duck and promote your business!

Bring your corporate duck along on race day to check-in your entry (from 9am to 10am)

Two races for the Corporate Ducks will be run this year

  • Race 1 for Standard Ducks – no added flotation or wind assistance, and
  • Race 2 for Enhanced Power* Ducks – modified with extra flotation and/or wind assistance.
    * Electric Motorised Ducks are permissible. Flammable, ignitable and other oil/mineral fuels are not permitted.

When entering your Corporate Duck, please provide a few details about your business or club to assist our announcer on the day.

2015 Kingscliff Rotary Duck Race Winners


The Community Duck Race will involve smaller yellow ducks (numbered from 1 to 1,000) and can be purchased by the public in the form of a raffle ticket, racing down the Cudgen Creek next to the Ed Parker Rotary Park, for the opportunity to win $1,000 in cash prizes.

Community Duck Races starting at approx. 12:30pm*

The day is a family fun day and a great way to promote your business or club.

*Note: Times and tides are subject to change without notice

The winners of the duck races will be adjudicated impartially and with no prejudice.  Judges decision on the day is final and will not be taken into argument or debate.  We appreciate your understanding.