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Our Club was formed by the Blackwood Club in 1978 and has faithfully served our local area, and supported Australian Rotary initiatives and international projects including the End Polio campaign and Rotahomes in Fiji.  See the “Programs” menu item for more details.   


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Rotary Club of Flagstaff Hill meets every Wednesday for Dinner at the FLAGSTAFF COMMUNITY CENTRE .
Arrive 6:00pm  Start 6:30pm
End 8:00pm

FLAGSTAFF HILL SA 5159 Australia

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January 2017 | Rotary Vocational Service Month

Home of the Flagstaff Hill Art Exhibition

A part of the Flagstaff Hill community since 1978

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Wetlands tour

 The club organised a tour of the Byards Road wetlands - a great place.




Several members had their faces shaved to raise funds for prostate cancer research.



26 years of presenting opportunities to artists and the community

Preparations have started for the April 2017 Show to be held from Saturday 22nd to Saturday 29th April in the Flagstaff Hill Primary School hall.. 

The Coordinator of 2017 will be Jan Hooper 08 8270 2896  0488 052 043  jhoops04@bigpond.net.au

We can also announce that entries for the 2017 Art Show will be managed by Gallery 247. Gallery 247 is a dedicated gateway for Australian artists and art shows.  It is an online service that allows artists to easily submit their works for entry into participating art shows.  To enter paintings in our 2017 Art Show artists will need to register as an artist with Gallery 247.

All details are on our new Art Show web site flagstaffhillartshow.com.au

Our 2017 Art Show sponsors currently include:










Frames for hire      



Are you planning an art exhibition?  We have art frames to hire.  Contact flagstaffhill@rotaryclub.org.au for details.

We now have three Facebook pages:




Anzac Walk

This a $25,000 project commemorating the 100th Anniversary of World War 1.  The concept is a path across the reserve at the corner of Black Road and Ridgway Drive, Flagstaff Hill and includes a sculptural wall featuring poppies and ceramics researched and made by school children and community groups.  Stage 1 was officially opened on Friday 10th June.  Work is progressing and more is to come.  Engraved pavers have been inserted into the paved area.  More details HERE

Recent talks at our meetings have been on:

Organ Donation

Being a Celebrant

Growing Orchids

Living in Afghanistan

Royal Flying Doctor


Also enjoyed:

Dinner at Aberfoyle Park High School prepared by the students

Hat Day - raising funds for mental health research by Australian Rotary Health.

Movember - raising money for prostate cancer research