Concord Farmers' Market

Farm Fresh Produce in Concord.

Bring your family, bring your shopping bags and stock up on delicious farm fresh local produce and join in all the fun.

Stalls include: Fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meats, fresh poultry, honey, olive oils, freshly baked breads & cakes, farm fresh eggs plus much more!

The Concord Farmers Market is managed and operated by the Rotary Club of Concord as a local community project. Our aim is to provide high quality local and regional produce from authentic farm & food supplers where the stalls are manned by the producers. All proceeds from Concord Farmers Market help the Rotary Club of Concord support Local, National and International Projects and Charities.

The Concord Farmers’ Market are held on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the Month (except January), at Cintra Park (car park) off Crane Street Concord.

Market trading is between 9.00am and 1.00pm.

We have spaces available for new stallholder to sell their primary produce.



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Charity Golf Day and Dinner

Our Annual Charity Golf Day and Dinner is held in June each year at Concord Golf Club, Majors Bay Road, Concord.

Concord Golf Club is one of Sydney’s finest and most prestigious golf clubs, right in the midst of our local community. Established in 1899, the Club has hosted a number of championship golf tournaments including the Australian PGA, NSW Open and ANZ Championship. It is a superb facility for both the Golf Day and for the excellent program of entertainment offered during the Dinner later in the evening.

As well as raising valuable funds for our Local, National and International Projects and Charities, the day is an opportunity, via corporate sponsorship, for business to build brand awareness and enhance the profile of their organisation in our local area. Previous Golf Days have provided an opportunity to bring together many leaders in our business and community spheres.

The field will be limited to 112 players to ensure an enjoyable day for all, so first come, first served.

Contact the Concord Golf Club Pro Shop - Phone 9743 0265. Or visit

Concord Golf Club - Majors Bay Road, Concord, NSW 2137 (Entry via Flavelle Street. Entry is also available from Majors Bay Road).


RYDA - Rotary Youth Driver Awareness

RYDA (through Road Safety Education) is a series of practical and powerful workshops that aim to change the way young people think about road safety. RYDA is designed for 16-18 year old students who are approaching that crucial time in their lives where they start to drive independently or are travelling as passengers of novice drivers.

The RYDA Program is held at Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush.

As a Community Partner, Rotary provides the RYDA Program with access to a vast volunteer support base and introduction to many community groups including schools and local business organisations.

Members of the Rotary Club of Concord play an important role at RYDA days by acting as guides for each of the student groups participating in the six program sessions. Club members provide organisational skills and long-term commitment to the Program as Day Manager at the Homebush RYDA venue.



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Some additional activities we are presently involved in:

Local Community

Involvement with McDonald College and Homebush Boys High School via youth programs (see below).

  • Rotary Youth Exchange - We annually host an inbound student from overseas for one year and sponsor an outbound student overseas for a year
  • RYPEN - We annually sponsor students to attend the Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment program
  • RYLA - We annually sponsor students to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Award Program
  • PACE - Pacific Australia cultural exchange
  • NYSF - We annually sponsor students to attend the National Youth Science Forum

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