Welcome to Rotary Club of Emerald and District Inc.

The Rotary Club of Emerald & District is one of 34,000 clubs world-wide.   Members enjoy the friendships and opportunities that being a part of a global Community Service Organisation brings.

The village of Emerald is located 45 km East of Melbourne in the bucolic Dandenong Ranges, and is the home of the Rotary Club of Emerald & District.Chartered on March 28th 1980, the Rotary Club of Emerald and District has become an integral part of the Emerald Community.  In 2020 the club celebrated its 40th Anniversary.

Members of the Rotary Club of Emerald and District enjoy great friendships, and by combining their unique skills, experience the satisfaction of running a number of very successful events.

 

To view a quick video about our activities   please click HERE

We invite you to browse through our website that has up-to-date information on current activities.

Our Vision Statement

Thriving and resilient local and global communities.

Our Mission Statement

 
Working together to create positive change in the wellbeing of our community and beyond.
 
Interested in becoming a member?

Call us on 0408 769 491

or email info@emeraldrotary.org.au

Emerald Rotary Market

Come and join us!
Every 2nd Saturday of the Month
Stallholders - please access booking form HERE.
 
 
Welcome to our Club!
Emerald & District

2022-2023 Theme - Imagine Rotary

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m.
Paradise Valley Hotel
249 Belgrave-Gembrook Rd
Clematis, VIC 3782
Australia
The Rotary Club Members were pleased to support the Puffing Billy Great Train Race on Sunday 10 September 2023.  Club members acted as marshalls in the Emerald Lake Park and set up a much-needed water station by the RSL in Emerald.
 
To view video of the train passing the water station CLICK HERE
 
 
Our very own PHF Past President Ian Ash completed the 13km run.
 
The Rotary Club of Emerald and District have been hard at work every night of the Puffing Billy Train of Lights event during June and July 2023.   For those who took the train to Gembrook, there was the welcome sight of a warm sausage sizzle on a cold mid-winter evening!!
 
Thank you to everyone who supported the initiative which helped raise funds for the local community.   We took some photographs along the way and these can be found in HERE.
 
 
Upcoming Speakers
Dr Nerida James
Feb 27, 2024
Natrual Healing Centre Ferny Creek