Love exploring places in your caravan and motor home?

Love exploring places in your caravan and motor home? You might like to read about this Rotary fellowship Group who are visiting City of Adelaide at the moment.

Recreational Vehicle Fellowship of Rotarians (RVFR) is one of the many fellowships within Rotary in which the members have a common bond. In this case a love for camping with caravans and motor homes in various locations in Australia.

They come together several times a year, which they label musters and explore places of interest of this great country, these musters are organised with activities in pre-determined locations.

Presently they are here in Adelaide, yes approximately 50 people in 25 Caravans and motor homes. These members are from all over Australia and the world.

In May of 2023 Rotary International is holding their International Conference in Melbourne and so the Recreational Vehicles of Rotarians have organised this “Muster”. It’s a 3 week “muster” starting from Melbourne through Adelaide, Mildura, Echuca and back to Melbourne in time for the conference.

This morning 88.7 Adelaide’s Coast FM will be interviewing some of the members of this great ‘muster’ at 9.15am, we encourage you to tune in and listen to their story and adventures. (Thank you to 88.7 Adelaide’s Coast FM for the opportunity).

These visitors have been out exploring Victor Harbor, South Australia, Glenelg, South Australia the shipping history at Port Adelaide and also enjoying food and wine at the gorgeous Adelaide Hills Hahndorf, South Australia and will also be doing a tour of Adelaide Oval today.

If looking for a more detailed description it can be viewed on their web site and/or Facebook

We also encourage you if you see the team traveling tomorrow to give them a wave as they will depart Adelaide for their next stage of their muster to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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100 Peace Poles – 100 Years of Rotary in SA

100 Peace Poles Project
Rotary Club of Adelaide
Sponsor a Peace Pole to be established in your community
Contact: Rotary Club of Adelaide

I had the pleasure of talking to Heidi Unferdorben, Immediate Past President and Chair Centenary Committee Rotary Club of Adelaide about the Peace Pole Project. She shared the following information about this project

The Peace Pole program had its beginnings in 1955. You can now find Peace Poles in close to 200 countries with more than 250,000 placed around the world. The Rotary Club of Adelaide aims to distribute 100 Peace Poles in recognition of the 100 years of Rotary in South Australia 2023-24.

Peace Poles are set into the earth, with the Universal Peace Message ’May Peace Prevail on Earth’ written on each side in four languages. They symbolise our common wish for a world at peace. They stand as a silent vigil, reminding us to think and act in the spirit of peace.

The Rotary Club of Adelaide is inviting schools, individuals, other Rotary Clubs, community organisations and businesses in South Australia to join together and help spread the message of peace across our state and throughout the world by sponsoring a Peace Pole. Each pole will be delivered complete to you and will be numbered from 1 to 100. You can choose where it will go in your local community.

You, your Rotary Club, school, business or community organisation can be a part of the growing peace movement in South Australia and support this idea.
Email:     Heidi Unferdorben  Chair
Centenary Committee


The following Radio podcast Curtesy ABC Adelaide 891

Rotary Radio Promo’s

We created a radio script which was recorded voluntarily by three Coast FM presenters, two male and one female and produced very professionally by Jim Mortimer, the  Coast FM Production Manager at no cost.


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