The Rotary Club of Albany Port has been servicing the community since 1979. The Club’s motto is “Service Above Self”.
We would love for you to join our Club and to assist to provide a meaningful difference to the lives of others locally and further afield.
Our Club is made up of people who share a passion for and a commitment to enhancing communities and improving lives locally and across the world. Our members have a positive impact locally and connect with other Rotary clubs to work on international projects that address today’s most pressing challenges. Being a member is an opportunity to act and make a difference, and it brings personal reward and lifelong friendships in the process.
Our Club Fundraising
The Club raises the majority of its funds from activities associated with the use of the Rotary Youth & Community Camp.
We also raise funds through our involvement in various local projects and initiatives including:
- The Albany Classic car race – collecting entrance fees
- Anzac Day – assisting in managing parking
- Environmental initiatives
- Bunnings sausage sizzle
- Working in partnership with other groups
For more information on any of the above projects, please feel free to contact us
Our Club is part of a worldwide volunteer not-for-profit organisation of business, professional, and community leaders.
Members of Rotary clubs, known as Rotarians, provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in their vocations and help build goodwill. As signified by the motto ‘Service Above Self’,
Rotary’s main objective is service – in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world.
Weekly meetings are held on a Wednesday evening at 6.30pm at the Albany Club, Aberdeen Street, Albany. Members come together to discuss the varied service projects we undertake and the other projects that we support. The meetings also involve food, fellowship and learning via presentations from wide-ranging organisations, groups and individuals.
The Club has active members ranging in age from their 20’s to their 80’s.