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UniMelb Rotaract Charter Lunch

We are honoured to invite you to the University of Melbourne Rotaract Charter Celebration. This event marks the dawn of a new era for District 9800, as we welcome a new Rotaract club into the Rotary family. With a vibrant membership of up to 50 individuals, we are thrilled to embark on this journey together.

Please join us for lunch at Graduate House on 23rd June to mark this significant event.

Doors open 11:30am

Lunch 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Book here:


Lunch with RI President Gordon McInally

Don't miss out - lunch with our world president.

Come join us. 

Date: Sunday 2nd June
Venue: RACV Cape Schanck
Tickets: $95 pp for 2 course lunch

Guest Speaker: Professor Patrick McGorry

To book: 

Community and Business Leaders Breakfast

Keynote Speaker Professor Patrick McGorry

As seen in this month's RDU, this event is a great opportunity to learn more about mental health. 
Come join us. 🙂
Date:    Monday 3rd June
Venue: Frankston Arts Centre
Cost:    $38 per person 
To book: 

Ronald McDonald House BBQ

Wednesday June 5th

Ronald McDonald House BBQ

Wednesday February 7th

Christmas Meeting

Gathering on the Goldfields

District Conference 

Friday 12 to Sunday 14 April 2024 in Bendigo


Deb and I invite you to join us at the District Conference in Bendigo.  

This is a wonderful opportunity for Rotarians to get together in-person, and enjoy all things Rotary. What a brilliant way for Rotarians to network while hearing from guest speakers and experiencing all that Bendigo and the surrounding area has to offer.


Save the Date, consider booking your accommodation so as not to miss out, and we will have further details for you shortly.


Referendum BBQ

University High

14th October 8am to 6pm

Get Ready - End Polio Walk 1 - 10 October

October is fast approaching and that means it is nearly time for our End Polio Walk to commence. 

Join Team Rotary Club of Carlton, so far we have Parisa, Mile, Maureen & Melissa who have pledged to walk in October.  You can register yourself, join our team and set your walking and fundraising goals.  Register here:

Or you can donate to our teams efforts here:  please share this link with family and friends.

To add to the fun of the month, the following activities have been arranged to help you reach your targeted kms.

  • Launch Event: Sunday 1st October -  WH Lee Park, Cnr Davis St and The Esplanade, Altona. 10am for a lovely walk around the foreshore.

  • Paws for Polio Walk:  Saturday 14th October. Elsternwick Park.  10am with your four-legged furry friend.

  • Bendigo's walk to EndPolio: Sunday 22nd October (to be confirmed)

  • Final Walk: Sunday 29th October - Studley Park, Kew. 10am with two walking options


Writing Workshop with Janette Leigh

A great opportunity to learn how to better tell our Rotary Story with Journalist Jeanette Leigh. 
There will be 3 sessions to choose from:   
  *  Tuesday 29th August,
  *  Monday 4th September
  *  Wednesday 13th September
Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Numbers are limited so book early at:

Ronald McDonald House BBQ

Wednesday October 4th

Heritage Cluster Conference Hosting Event

The Rotary clubs of Carlton, Collingwood, Fitzroy and Richmond will welcome Rotarians from all over the world attending the Rotary International Convention 2023. This extra special combined club meeting will celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Melbourne in the legal precinct of Melbourne at The Essoign Club, sharing with our guests our Rotary experience, and learning a little of theirs.

Featuring as guest speaker Mr Kenneth W Park well known, lecturer, curator, tour leader and presenter who will speak on Historical aspects of Melbourne . This will be a night to savour, and to Imagine Rotary.


Bookshop Roster June - July

Sign up to do a short shift at our bookstore at the District in Wharf Street, Docklands.


Changeover Dinner

A Night to Celebrate

Let's celebrate our amazing year of Imagining Rotary and International Convention Melbourne at our very own Rotary Gala Dinner, where we will welcome our veryspecial guests Rotary International President Jennifer Jones and Lord Mayor Sally Capp.

I'm alsoexcited to share that Rotary International President-Elect Gordon McInally and Rotary International President-Nominee Stephanie Urchick, and many more visiting Rotary leaders will be joining us. 

This is an incredibly rare opportunity for us all to celebrate with Rotary's current and future senior international leadership at our very own event, a special edition of District Conference dinner for the year the International Convention is in Melbourne.

Melbourne’s iconic Plaza Ballroom is the ideal venue for this once-in-a-lifetime evening, serenaded by the legendary singer-songwriter Jack Jones, and compelled to the dancefloor by the energetic Baker Boys dance band.

Event proceeds will be donated to The Rotary Foundation

Tickets close Tuesday 16 May 2023, so be sure to book your club’s tables, or individual tickets now.


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District Changeover

Bookshop Roster

Sign up to do a short shift at our bookstore at the District in Wharf Street, Docklands.


Christmas Dinner

RSVP and pay online.

Bring unwrapped gifts for children at Ronald McDonald House


Democracy BBQ - Uni High School

Saturday 26 November

State Polling Booth

Story Street, Parkville

Volunteers needed - Melbourne Convention

The Melbourne Conference Organisers are looking for Volunteers from amongst Rotarians, family and friends who would be able to help at the following venues and times:

  • Melbourne Museum : Held at the Melbourne Museum on May 27th. Two shifts of volunteers required - 5.30pm to 8pm for 24 volunteers and 8pm - 10pm for 8 volunteers. All volunteers shall be able to have a complimentary beverage at the museum as a thank you. Volunteers shall meet at the main Museum entrance and then be allocated a task. They shall be assisting with directing delegates from the bus drop off points in Rathdowne and Nicholson streets to the main entrance before and after the event as well as directing delegates into and around the museum.
  • South Wharf - Food of Melbourne : situated at the west end of South Wharf. Two shifts of volunteers required, one on May 29th( night of Club Hosting/ so assume unlikely )   and the second on May 30th from 5.30pm to 7.30pm both nights for 10 volunteers each shift. They shall meet at the Promenade exit at MCEC and be placed along South Wharf directing delegates towards the food venues along Dukes Walk up till the Showtime Events Centre.
  • Flemington Melbourne Cup Event : Tues May 30th Volunteers are required to meet at Southern Cross station and direct delegates to the correct dedicated platform for train departure to Flemington Race Course. One shift for 10 volunteers from 5.30pm - 6.30pm.

All volunteers( can include family and friends )  need to complete registration details – General volunteers do not need to be  a Registered  Convention Delegate ( only required for Volunteers at the Melbourne Convention and Entertainment Centre and Inside Rod Laver Arena )


Rotary Walk with us for October

It's nearly time to put on your walking shoes to raise funds to End Polio Now.  The October walk challenge is fast approaching, join our team and start raising funds now.


Community Impact Competition

Younger members of our community (20 -40 yo) make a major contribution to the number of people who volunteer in Australia.  They have strong preferences when it comes to deciding where to dedicate their time and are particularly passionate about their choices. 

The Rotary Club of Carlton would like to find out what younger community members think are the most important issues that need to be addressed in our Carlton/Parkville community.  You can do this by listing a project that you think can make a meaningful difference to address this issue at 

After collecting these over the next month we will invite young people to vote for the one that they believe can be best achieved by a group working together.  We will then invite those who have voted for the three projects that get the highest number of votes to meet and develop a project plan.  The Rotary Club has members who can provide advice on project planning and management as appropriate and support at least one project with a small amount of seeding funding if needed.  However, it will remain the young people’s project.

We do know that younger people are attracted to projects that align with their priorities that:

  • make a meaningful difference – things such as environment, equity and mental health, that directly impact beneficiaries, and which they can share on social media.
  • are hands-on – they are participatory, and have tangible results that visibly benefit people, so they can share the results of their work
  • are conveniently held in their local community, are run regularly, particularly after hours, and are free to participate.

The time lines for identifying the final projects are:

  1. List a community project at the platform shown above by Saturday 17 September.
  2. Vote for a preferred project by Saturday 8 October
  3. Join a group to develop a project plan for one of the top three projects in the latter half of October and early November.

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