President's welcome

President Patrick DochertyThe 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.

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Club News

Next Week's Meeting

Wednesday 13th June

VijaySusarla Member behind the badge

Venue: Conochie Hall
2 Rochester Road, Canterbury
6.00pm for 6.30pm start

Tags: volunteering in camberwell,  camberwell rotary

 Changeover Dinner


Date From : Wed Jun 27, 2018 : 18:30
Date To : Wed Jun 27, 2018 : 21:30


Program of meetings and events

To view upcoming meetings and events click here.

Community News

Camberwell Art Show

The 2018 Camberwell Art Show is held from 6-15 July at the Swinburne University Advanced Technologies Centre, 427 Burwood Road, Hawthorn.

The Art Show is celebrating 53 years as Australia’s finest community art events for established and emerging artists with the focus on quality art. See 1350 paintings exhibited from Australia's finest artists.

To visit the Camberwell Art Show website click here.

'Seeds of Peace' Program Award

The National President of the Returned & Services League of Australia (RSL), Mr Robert Dick has congratulated the Rotary Club of Camberwell on being awarded the 2017 RSL ANZAC Peace Prize with the following words:


Red Frogs

Named after the soft red Freddo frog shape and sized lollies, Red Frogs is an organisation of volunteers who aim to keep partying teenagers safe at events such as “Schoolies Week” and festivals.