The Rotary Club of Camberwell represents 60 years of service to the community.
As members we conduct the renowned Camberwell Art Show plus the Hawthorn Craft Market, which provide substantial sums to a multitude of projects here and overseas. We volunteer for and assist in a plethora of other projects and we have fun doing it all.
Our membership is broad and welcoming and partners quickly form friendships too. If you would like to become part of a Club that provides the rewards of giving to others and social interaction in a friendly, relaxed environment you are welcome to attend any of our weekly dinner meetings.
We meet Wednesdays from 6.30pm to 7.45pm
at Canterbury Centre, 2 Rochester Road, Canterbury
Prospective members are welcome to attend and have a free meal with us. Please contact us to advise if you are coming.
Probably our best night of the year so far! Tonight we scored a hat trick. Firstly, it was a pleasure to induct our second new member for the year. Following hot on the heels of our recent inductee Ian Mc Millan, we welcomed George De Souza, friend of Sergeant Murray Anderson.Read more...
Next Week Meeting
“Zoo Victoria’s struggle to save endangered species” - Chris Banks
Chair: Alan Lorenzini
Program of meetings and events
To view upcoming meetings and events click here.
Camberwell Art Show
The Art Show celebrated 51 years as one of Australia’s finest community art events for established and emerging artists.
To visit the Camberwell Art Show website click here.
Hawthorn Craft Market (in Camberwell)
Our Rotary Club now manages the Hawthorn Craft Market (Click here to visit website) in partnership with the City of Boroondara. Established in 1979, it is a "makers' market" and an iconic feature of the cultural and community fabric of Boroondara.
Held on the first Sunday of each month from March to December at 340 Camberwell Road, Camberwell the Market comprises about 40 stallholders with handmade items including plants, flowers, cakes, cushions, crystal therapy, children's clothes, scarves, Japanese beads, needlework, soy candles, leadlight and coffee beans from Timor Leste.
There's something for everyone and proceeds from stall rental go to our Club's charitable programs. Entry to the Market is free with an optional gold coin donation.