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 & Technology 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.
Major Club Projects
The shed is located in Linde Reserve, Stepney

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

From 7 January 2023 the Shed is open from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon 
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, LP records, 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. 

In VERY Good Condition - Books (recent novels) Artwork (originals or numbered prints).
In GOOD condition - Clothing, Handbags and Shoes, Toys, Sporting goods, Music (records & CDs), Videos (DVDs), Electrical items (in working order), Bric-a-brac.
In any REASONABLE condition - Tools, Hardware, Items made mostly of Copper, Brass or Lead.

Regretfully we are UNABLE TO ACCEPT - 
All Furniture including outdoor furniture, Magazines, Picture Frames that are incomplete or damaged, Suitcases, Plastic kitchenware, VHS tapes, Bikes that are damaged or rusty, Old tents, Old camping gear, Scrap steel, OVERSIZED anything, any goods that are dirty or damaged.

For further information and how to Locate the Shed, Donate Goods or Help in the Shed go to 

Information about The Shed


There are four types of projects the club makes donations to - STUDENTS, the LOCAL COMMUNITY, INTERNATIONAL projects and at times a designated SPECIAL project. 
Some projects attract extra funding from Rotary International, so larger projects can be undertaken. One such special project is POLIO PLUS which aims to eliminate polio. This in turn receives corporate donations including significant amounts from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The Club selects projects that are worthwhile, likely to achieve their goals and are efficient. Rotarians and their Partners volunteer their services, so no salaries are paid and costs are kept to a minimum.
Since July 2019 the following donations have been made or are budgeted for –
STUDENTS - $5,000 donated to STUDENT projects - 
Music Awards, Design and Creativity Awards, Operation Flinders, The National Youth Science Forum, The Adelaide East Education Centre, The Briars, Openlight, Calperum Station.
COMMUNITY - $12,000 donated to LOCAL COMMUNITY projects -
Australian Rotary Health, Rotary funding of Drought Relief, Rotary funding for Bushfire Relief, The Heart Foundation, Technology for Ageing & Disability, Music Therapy, Christmas Handbags, Second Chances SA, Habitat for Humanity, Jodie Lee Foundation, Uniting Care for Christmas Food Parcels, The Salvation Army, Variety SA Bash, Adelaide Koala and Wildlife Hospital.
INTERNATIONAL - $13,000 donated to INTERNATIONAL projects -
Shelterbox, Group Study Exchange, Solomon Islands, St Judes, Tanzania, Days for Girls, Training Midwives, Birthing Kits, ROMAC -  'Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children' , Polio Plus.
Gala Garden Party raises money for AllKids in Cambodia
The Rotary Club of St Peters is a long-time supporter of the AllKids program and recently held a Gala Garden Party as a fundraiser for AllKids.
The AllKids Learning Centre is in the coastal Commune of Ream in Sihanouk Province, Cambodia. It offers tuition for all children in the community by providing programs not available in the public schools. There are currently over 750 children enrolled for classes.
Dental hygiene is encouraged at the Centre and the dental facilities have been upgraded and all of the students receive dental care up to permanent fillings.
You can Sponsor a Child's Education. Give a child an education and a real chance for a better future.
You can help send a kid to school for only $30 AUD per month.
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About Our Club

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 6:15 PM
Kensington Hotel
23 Regent St.
Kensington, S.A. 5068
0493 281 503
Club President
Pam Vaughton 
President 2022-23

We need Your Help

  • if YOU want to make positive lasting change
  • promote peace and work with other leaders
  • within an ethical framework
  • Rotary gives you the opportunity to make a difference
Our Club accepts new members by invitation.

Enquire about


You are welcome to
and enjoy fellowship.
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 –
We welcome your support
You can Volunteer
to help with club projects



About this Website
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This website provides background information about the Rotary Club of St Peters and by design the content doesn't change much from time to time.
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Rotary District 9510
The St Peters Club is in Rotary District 9510 which encompasses most of South Australia, the Victorian Sunraysia, Broken Hill in NSW and Alice Springs in the NT.
The District Governor for year 2022-23 is
Paul Thomas of the Rotary Club of Northern York Peninsula.
More information about Rotary District 9510 can be found at -
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 2022-23 is - 
Jennifer E. Jones of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Ontario, Canada
Link to the Rotary International website -
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.
Club Sponsors

Josie Di Girolamo of Mazzone Jewellers 477 Payneham Road, Glynde, has been assisting the Rotary Club of St Peters for many years by providing valuation advice & repair of jewellery items which have been donated to the Club.

North Terrace Tyres of 55 North Terrace, Hackney have been supplying tyres at special prices for the Rotary truck which is used to collect donations of goods.

Peter Giessauf of International Cycles, 70 Payneham Road, Stepney, has been assisting our Club by fixing up bicycles before they are listed on Gumtree.

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