We are a small and motivated breakfast club with members drawn from a wide range of vocations. Our goal is to serve our local community with a strong focus on youth. Our two primary activities are the Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) which is an event for high school students held annually at the Museum of Australian Democracy and DreamCricket, which provides opportunities for primary school children with disabilities to play cricket. We enjoy the friendship and fellowship associated with Rotary service.
 
You can get full information on what we do and who we are in this leaflet
 
Why not join us at Canberra Sunrise Rotary and help us improve our great community here in Canberra.  Drop an email to canberra.sunrise@gmail.com  We'd love to meet you.
 
We are pleased to announce that MUNA 2022 will proceed on 20 and 21 August. We are grateful to all sponsoring Rotary Districts and Clubs, and to the participating schools, teachers and students, who have made this possible in a complex and changing environment.
 Please advise visitor attendance or member non-attendance to Peter McDermott before 12.00 noon Tuesday every week
Speakers
Club Assembly
Dec 01, 2022
Financial update tbc
Mr David Smith MP & others
Dec 08, 2022
Ceremony QE II tree planting at Denman Prospect 10am-11am - NO breakfast at CC
TBC
Dec 15, 2022
TBC Christmas function

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Our Meetings

Canberra Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:15 AM
The Commonwealth Club, Yarralumla
25 Forster Crescent
Yarralumla, ACT 2600
Australia
The Board
 
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