Perth Rotary has members from many of WA's leading businesses and organisations. We all share a passion for making a difference to both the local and international community, through high profile fund raising projects such as Vienna Pops and the Passages Race Day. In addition to supporting international programmes such as the worldwide eradication of Polio and funding Shelterboxes for disaster relief, we get involved closer to home with our Path of Hope & Passages projects, various youth initiatives, along with the provision of sanitation and clean water to disadvantaged communities in Cambodia. 

The club has an impressive history stretching back to 1926 and as the first WA Rotary Club has many past projects to be proud of, including;
  • UWA Medical School: Members were instrumental in lobbying and raising the funds to establish WA's medical school.
  • Passages: A drop in centre for young people living on the street, passages offers the chance to maintain some dignity, through cleanliness, access to social and legal services.
  • Path of Hope: A now international programme started by our club, that helps the survivors of domestic violence. 
  • Cord Blood Bank: Instrumental with other WA Rotary Clubs in getting this multi-million dollar project to fruition.
Perth Rotary gets involved in larger projects that need a broad input from senior people to make them work. It is about being at the heart of the community, and using our experience and connections to make a real difference for good.
Of course it is also about business and social networking and as the largest Rotary club in WA, we find plenty of opportunities for social gatherings, such as wine tastings, cocktail parties,  Blessing of the Fleet & Passages Race Day to name a few.