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ROMAC is a Rotary initiative providing surgical treatment for children in Australia and New Zealand from developing countries from our Pacific region in the form of life giving and/or dignity restoring surgery not accessible to them in their home country.


Become a Member

Who are we?

Members of a Rotary Club are part of a diverse group of professional leaders working to address community and international service needs and to promote peace and understanding throughout the world.


Rotary Foundation- Scholarships

The Rotary Foundation and Clubs invest in our future leaders and philanthroprists by funding scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study.


EndTrachoma by 2020

The World Health Organisation has a global to eliminate trachoma by 2020. Trachoma is an infectious eye disease that can be prevented


Rotary Club of Carlton Vocational Award

The Rotary Club of Carlton recognises the outstanding work of these dedicated leaders:

2017-2018       Mary Galea, Dept of Medicine, RMH, Melb Uni.

Rotary Peace Fellowships



Rotary is now accepting applications for the world competitive Rotary Peace Fellowships program. The application deadline for submissions through local rotary clubs in District 9800.
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Rotary Club of Carlton Community Award

The Rotary Club of Carlton recognises the outstanding work of these dedicated leaders:

2010-2011      Leading Senior Constable Nick Parissis

2011-2012      Mary Parfrey, Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre

2012-2013       Rev. Dr John Evans, Chuch of All Nations and

              Julie Large, Principal Carlton Primary School

2013-2014       Brian Falconer

2014-2015       Bichhoa Ha

2015-2016       Maria Ibrahim

2016-2017       Peter Behrendorff, Carlton Aus Kick

Paul Carlin Community Leadership Award

The Rotary Club of Carlton recognises the outstanding work of these dedicated leaders:

2018     Natalie Warren, Kathleen Syme Community Centre

2019     Maree Rebach, MCC & St Vincent de Paul 

Donations In Kind

A Donations In Kind (DIK) project is often the most practical and cost effective way to help people in developing countries and it also provides excellent opportunities to help local communities.

 It provides Rotarians, the Public and Corporate Sector with the chance to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people who need our help.


Women in Rotary

Women in Rotary-Rotary in Australia and New Zealand does not currently reflect, in its membership, the diversity of the communities in which it operates and serves. The role of Women in Rotary is to address one of the key areas of membership diversity - gender equity - and work with Membership and Marketing and Public Relations Committees within Districts to develop plans that will increase membership and retention of women in Rotary and to support initiatives that promote female leaders at both Club and District levels.‚Äč


Presidents Message

President's Message 2019-20

The Rotary Club of Carlton has been serving the community since 1985. We have many service activities that benefit the Carlton community, as well as national and international projects. We are often called the ‘friendly club’, as our club promotes friendship among our members and builds relationships through service in our immediate community and across the world. If you would like to join us as a member or as a volunteer, you will find a warm welcome.

Club Events

Bunnings BBQ Roster- 2020

Bunnings BBQ Roster-2020





At the November RCC Board Meeting, Betty was asked to arrange for the 2 attached docs to be posted on the RCC website:

  1. Lovely letter of thanks from Alison Errey, Executive Director of Communication, Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne
  2. Photo of Alison's volunteers packing the Sukin skin care products for Emergency Packages for families in need.

Members may remember that D9800 was donated many boxes of Sukin skin care products that were for donation and not selling. Many Rotary Clubs took boxes of these products for donation. Our Rotary Club of Carlton picked up some of the boxes and offered them to the RCH Melbourne.


Speakers Program

Rosie Maddick

Induction/The Person Behind the Badge

Dr Kate Gregorovic

"Caring for an Aging Population"

Dr Kate Gregorevic is a physician and researcher based at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. She has a strong interest in health advocacy, and regularly writes for The Age about health and ageing. She has founded an online exercise and health education. Program called Project Three Six Twelve and her first book will be published by Pan Macmillan next year.


Rotary Club of Carlton

Tuesday at 12:30pm for 1:00 pm

Graduate House,
University of Melbourne,
220 Leicester Street

Carlton 3053

except 1st Monday evening of each month at 6:00 for 6:30pm

The Clyde Hotel,
385 Cardigan Street,

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Logo 2017-18

Bronwyn Stephens

DG Grant Hocking

Rotarians worldwide are inspired by the Rotary theme of “Service Above Self” and are guided by reference to ‘The Four-Way Test’. In particular, ‘The Four-Way Test’ challenges Rotarians, in everything they do, to ask of themselves:

“Of the things we think say or do:

  1. Is it the TRUTH?
  2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
  4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?"