Individuals interested in learning more about Rotary are welcome to visit their local Rotary club. While membership is by invitation only, depending on interest, suitability and qualifications, an invitation to become a Rotarian often follows such a visit. Click here to message a Rotary District 9630 team member.
Why should I get involved?
HelpRotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self. LearnBy using their skills and expertise, members enhance their professional networks, career development and cross-cultural understanding. EnjoyMembers enjoy seeing the positive impact of their work, while building life-long friendships and having fun.
Find A Club!
As a general description, District 9630 encompasses Brisbane suburbs south of the Brisbane River, east to the bay side, south to Logan and west to the Queensland-South Australia border, capturing a bit of northern New South Wales along the way. Click here to find a club in your area.
Rotary International is the world's first service club organisation with more than 1.2 million members in more than 35,000 clubs worldwide.Rotary is a non-political, non-religious organisation open to every race, culture and creed. Members are ordinary people working together to make the world a better place.
Drought Relief AppealBowel ScanPride of Workmanship AwardsBeef Bank
Polio PlusInterplastRotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children (ROMAC)Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS)Shelter BoxDisaster AidRotarians Against Malaria (RAM)
Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN)Rotary Youth Transition Seminar (RYTS)Rotary Fostering Youth Driver Awareness (RYDA)National Youth Science Forum (NYSF)Project MOMRotary Reading Assistance Program (RRAP)Rotary Youth Exchange Program (RYEP)Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)
Peace FellowsDistrict/Global Grant ScholarshipsVocational Training Team (VTT)
The Rotary Foundation Scholarships
Welcome to Rotary District 9630 Inc.
Our District consists of 51 clubs and almost 1200 Rotarians covering an area from Redland Bay, south of the Brisbane River to Beenleigh, along the western line to Charleville and south to St George. Each club has its own unique character, its own short and long term goals and projects, its own mixture of members, gender, ages, vocations and experience but the one thing that unites us all is the desire to serve and to make a difference in the world. Rotary’s core values are service, fellowship, diversity, Integrity and leadership. These core values form the foundation on which we perform and conduct ourselves. They define what we stand for and inspire us to support the ideal of Service above Self. As the world is changing, we too as an organisation, need to change or adapt, however, our core values will never change.In the 2017-18 Rotary year our theme was Rotary Making a Difference and we were encouraged to broaden our horizon. This year, 2018-19 our goal is to Be The Inspiration in the world, in our communities and in the lives of others. How we do this is up to each individual and each club but the one common factor in everything we do is our commitment to our core values and the ideal of service above self.We live in a changing world, the way we act, communicate and conduct our daily lives is changing. If Rotary is to grow and prosper in this changing world then we need to adapt to these changes. We need to be relevant to our membership and to the members we are trying to attract to our organisation. I am honoured and privileged to serve you as your District Governor for 2018-19. I know each and everyone one of you have commitments outside Rotary, to family and friends and to work, and rightly so. I ask that you do what you can and when you can, to help make a difference in our communities and across the world.Be The Inspiration.Yours in Rotary Service Jitendra Prasad District 9630 Governor 2018-19