Welcome to the Rotary Club of St Peters in South Australia
We are volunteers, working for the benefit of our community -
  • For students - we facilitate Annual Music & Vocational Awards & Science Forum experiences 
  • We provide International Aid - Education, Dental Health, Clean Water, Disaster Relief
  • We support Health Research - Eliminating Polio & Malaria, Alleviating Mental Health conditions
  • We participate in the St Peters Fair and the Norwood Christmas Pageant.
  •  Please contact us if you can help or have ideas about new projects.
Rotary in 2018 - 19
St Peters Rotary-on-Linde Shed Sale

The Rotary-on-Linde SHED SALE is the major Community Service activity of the Rotary Club of St Peters.

It is held each Saturday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm ( 8:00 am to 11:00 am if temperature is 35 degrees or above ) in Linde Reserve at Stepney (Bus stop 6, Payneham Road).

A wide range of goods are for sale at bargain prices, including good pre-loved clothing, shoes, books, toys, art, DVDs, LPs & VHS tapes, small household electrical, small furniture, sporting equipment, tools and bric-a-brac items.

All the proceeds of the sales are used for Rotary projects both locally and internationally, as determined by the club.For further information and how to Locate the Shed, Donate Goods or Help in the Shed go to

-The Shed

Major Club Projects

For 17 years, the Rotary Club of St Peters has been presenting selected local secondary school students with a monetary contribution to assist them with their studies. They perform at the Annual Music Night Concert. The 2018 the concert was held in "The Forge' at the Marryatville High School.

A half hour video of the night can be viewed or downloaded from -


National Youth Science Forum
Each year the Rotary Club of St Peters calls for nominations from students to attend the National Youth Science Forum. The successful students are funded by the Club to attend the NYSF. In 2018 two students were successful and they have given comprehensive reports about their experiences.
National Youth Science Forum report by Anuradha Pati - January 2018
'The two weeks spent in Brisbane, at NYSF, were the best two weeks of my life. Not only did I learn of astounding scientific concepts, but I also met and befriended some of the most inspiring individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. During the application process, I heard, from NYSF-alumni, that the science camp changed their lives. Having become an NYSF-alumni now, I agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment – NYSF changed my life in more ways that I thought possible.'    Full report can be downloaded from -
National Youth Science Forum report by Aaron Wu - January 2018
'The NYSF was a hectic experience, from dinners at the National Museum, to videoconferences with CERN physicists, bus rides filled with chants, and lectures from some of the most influential international researchers. The program I attended was session A from the 2 of January to the 13th of January in Canberra. First of all, I had never been to Canberra before NYSF so that in itself was eye opening, visiting a new city. However, NYSF provided much more than just a new city to explore. One of the favourite aspects of NYSF was definitely being able to listen to amazing world class researchers and leaders in their respective fields.'         Full report can be downloaded from -
The Rotary Club of St Peters is a proud supporter of the K9 program and contributes a significant amount of money to assist with the training of the K9 dogs. The assistance dogs are from the same breeding stock that the guide dogs are selected from and are Labrador, Golden Retriever or a Lab GR cross. These breeds are chosen as they are calm, loyal, willing and socially accepted. The dogs are trained to help their client in many ways and can detect and respond to many needs. The dogs are very special, expensive to train ($25,000) and have a working life of nine to ten years.

The Rotary Club of St Peters supports children with severe and multiple disabilities.

The Club assisted two Master Occupational Therapy students at the University of South Australia to redevelop the St Morris Unit in the Trinity Gardens Primary School.


For many years the Rotary Club of St Peters has recognised senior students, selected by their teachers, for excellence in vocational school subjects. Rotarians have enjoyed seeing the work these young people have produced and hearing how and why they developed the diverse and skilful articles.

About Our Club

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 6:15 PM
Kensington Hotel
23 Regent St.
Kensington, S.A.  5068
0409 806 461
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Club President 2018-19             Brian Kretschmer
President's Message
Rotary International President Barry Rassin’s theme for this Rotary year is “Be the Inspiration”. District Governor Elect Kim Harvey introduced Barry and the theme to those of us who attended the District Assembly in Murray Bridge last month. I particularly noticed the passion that Kim delivered the theme to us.
One of the takeaways for me was the passion to inspire ideas or idea generation for our club - listen to everyone and not disregard anything. No suggestion is a wrong suggestion. Our club has a long tradition of successful events and projects in the avenues of service. I will be enthusiastically supporting all Rotarians to continue in this direction. If someone comes up with thoughts on how to do things differently we should all listen and decide together as a club what to do.
We will have challenges in the future, but it is the members of this club and those before us that have made this the successful and great Rotary Club it is today. I am in awe of the club I have walked into – 60 years of service just celebrated and a list of achievements that would take far too long to mention. To maintain this level of contribution we must therefore look after us as the members, as without us we would not be able to give what we give to the community both local and internationally.
Coming to know what goes on at the Linde Shed and all that is needed to keep it running shows we also have a strong support base in our volunteers who also might have ideas, I’m sure.

We need Your Help

Does your Community Project need funds for –
- Youth at-risk 
- Literacy 
- Poverty and Hunger 
- Environment 
- Education Events 
- Community Safety 
If so the Rotary Club of St Peters may be able to assist.
Our Club members put in a lot of voluntary work to raise money, mainly through sales at the Rotary Shed. This money is used to support Community Projects, and a proportion of that money is available by request. We receive far more requests than we can support, so there are guidelines set by the Club so as to concentrate on areas of real need within our Community.
A copy of these guidelines, including an application form, can be downloaded from our website by following this link –
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Rotary District 9520
The St Peters Club is in Rotary District 9520 encompassing the southern suburbs of metropolitan Adelaide, the Fleurieu Peninsula, the Riverland, the Victorian Sunraysia, & Broken Hill, NSW.
The District Governor for year 2018-19 is Kim Harvey of the Rotary Club of Holdfast Bay.
District Governor Kim visited the Rotary Club of St Peters on 31st July 2018 and gave a presentation on behalf of Rotary International President for 2018-19, Barry Rassin.
Club member and Past District Governor Dennis Henschke thanked DG Kim for her presentation
This 10 minute video is a condensed version of her address to the club which can be viewed online and/or downloaded for later viewing.
Rotary International
Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbours, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad.
The President of Rotary International for the year 2018-19 is - 
Barry Rassin of the Rotary Club of East Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas.
The Rotary Foundation
Our Club, in most years, contributes $100 per member to The Rotary Foundation
As the charitable arm of Rotary, The Rotary Foundation taps into a global network of Rotarians who invest their time, money, and expertise into priorities, such as eradicating polio and promoting peace.
Voice of Rotary
'The Voice of Rotary' is broadcast on 1197AM 5RPH Adelaide each Tuesday from 7:30 - 8:00 pm.
The program features local Rotarians as guest presenters of current Rotary topics.
The broadcast program can also be heard on-line.    
Club Sponsors

Peter Giessauf of International Cycles, 70 Payneham Road, Stepney, has been assisting our Club by fixing up bicycles before they are listed on Gumtree. Proceeds of these sales are used by the Club for Rotary projects that assist the Community.