Latest News
Rotary Caroline Springs is holding a fundraising awards dinner on the 17 Nov 2023 at The Club, 1312 Western Highway, Caroline Springs where nominating organisations will have the opportunity to speak about their champion and acknowledge their contribution and achievement.

The awards dinner will focus on the theme "Healthy Men, Healthy World", in line with the Australian Men's Health Forum theme for International Men's Day.
The net proceedings from the event will be donated to a charity working for the bettermen of the community. 
Single Tickets are $50 and a table of 10 is $500. 
November 17, 2023
6:30pm - 10:30pm
The Club Caroline Springs
1312 Western Hwy
Caroline Springs, VIC 3023
Google map and directions

0403 821 959


For more than 20 years Rotary Clubs around the world had been walking in the month of October to put an End to Polio.
Whilst Australia is considered free from polio, countries like Afghanistan and Pakistan still have to fight daily this disease. A simple vaccine has helped save many and eredicated polio in most countries except these two. The number of cases there had been reduced dramatically by the dedicated volunteers who often go through all sorts of weather and in poor conditions to give this life saving vaccine.
Rotary Caroline Springs are proud to be part of this global movement and every little bit helps.
World Polio day fell on 24 Oct but it's not too late to support us. To donate go to to
Or click on the QR code below
On the 18 Oct the combined efforts of the Scouts Caroline Springs and Rotary Caroline Springs came together to assembly, clean, repair and sort goods at the Western Emergency Relief Network at Ravenhall.
This is what giving back and volunteering your time to your community is all about.
Many hands make light work as they say.
To find out more and how you can give back to your community, contact Ronald at

Tap of kindness - Rotary club's gift of care to Timor-Leste

Article in Melton Moorabool StarWeekly digital edition 3 Oct 2023
Liaholiho School in the village of Afalocai. (Provided)
Remote areas of Timor-Leste are getting improved access to clean water and working toilets thanks to a project managed by Rotary Club of Caroline Springs president Vijay Susarla. The project is being delivered through Rotary International’s water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programs, in which Rotary’s people of action mobilise resources, form partnerships, and invest in infrastructure and training that yield long-term change.Since 2017, the Timor-Leste WASH project has delivered 62 water tanks and seven toilets.


The Timor Leste Rotary Consortium team - Vijay Susarla and Justine Paragreen are back visiting Timor-Leste, on a scoping trip for the next stage of our Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Project. As part of this scoping trip for the next stage of the Timor Leste Rotary Consortium WASH Project, we’ve been undertaking due diligence and assessing potential sites for toilet blocks and water tanks in several villages, such as Triloka as the project expands into the Manatuto and Vikeke Districts.
Here’s a map location of where we are, if anyone’s in the area? 
Club Information
Caroline Springs

Together let's "Create Hope in the World"

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
Western Emergency Relief Network
23 Westwood Drive
Ravenhall, VIC 3023
0403 821 959
Four Way Test
Event Sponsors
Bulletin Subscribe
Subscribe to our eBulletin and stay up to date on the latest news and events.

Upcoming Events
Do you have a question or project?
Enter your email address and the message you want to send.
fields are required