The Rotary Club of Canterbury has been serving our local & international communities since 1987. We have an active social and project program. Our members love being part of our Club and enjoy participating in all our activities. You are invited to come along to:

Once you get to know us, you might like to become a Rotary Friend or even to join the 1.2 million Rotarians as a club member. We will make you feel very welcome.


Amir Salehi is our newest Rotarian

amirOur newest Rotarian is Amir Salehi who was inducted by Club President Rob Simpson into the vocational classification of Financial Planning Adviser.  Amir was warmly welcomed together with his wife, Narges Sabok-Routh. Amir has embraced the idea of joining the extremely active Community Services Committee and will be helping on several Club projects.

Narges Sabok-Rouh, Amir Salehi, Club President Rob Simpson and Kyle Wightman

Sarah Prossor is our youngest Rotarian

Recently Sarah joined our Club and was inducted by our Club President Rob Simpson into the vocational classification of Scientist. At 23, Sarah is one of the youngest Rotarians in District 9800. Sarah is an Honours Graduate specialising in Stem Cell Research, and a leader in the John Gardiner Rovers, the senior most section of the Scouting Association in Glen Iris.

Our Club has been fortunate to develop a close relationship with the scouting movement. Sarah and the other Rovers have been huge supporters of the Club’s activities, including the Twilight Cinema for Interchange Inner East, the Maling Road Scavenger Hunt, the Family Day Miniature Railway Picnic and the recent Emergency Food Packaging Night for the Philippines.

Sarah Prossor and Club President Rob Simpson

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