Rotary Club of Loxton

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Loxton.

We are located in the beautiful town of Loxton, at the southern edges of the Riverland, a lush, green irrigated oasis on the upper reaches of the South Australian River Murray.

Photo courtesy Loxton Chamber of Commerce

Proud of our community spirit, Rotary has been an integral part of the fabric of the district since 1958.  We are delighted to have contributed to the beauty of our town, as well as the wellbeing and opportunity for our citizens, young and old alike.

Our Rotary Club meets twice monthly and welcomes partners, fellow Rotarians, and interested community members on arrangement.

  • Pride of Workmanship Awards

    Nominations close next week on 4th April, so don’t delay if you’d like to nominate an individual or business in the Loxton district that deserve acknowledgement for their level of service or work ethic.

    Application forms for either an individual employee award, or business award, are available here – just scroll down to ‘Latest News’.

    The Awards night is on 18th May with guest speaker Bronte Manuel sure to provide an entertaining keynote address. Born and bred in Loxton, Bronte has been very successful in the real estate industry in Adelaide with Toop & Toop, and has won state and national industry awards, including being the youngest ever winner of the Golden Gavel Auctioneering Championship.

    Book a table at The Loxton Club to be part of the celebrations.

  • Welcome to our new website

    This website was established in 2024 to replaced former outdated versions which we will attempt to remove.  Please bear with us as we build our site with more information.  We encourage input – please be gentle

  • District Conference in Loxton

    The District 9510 Conference will be held in Loxton this year in March, from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th.

    For Registration and up-to-date information, go to the Conference website here.

    This could be your last chance to experience a District Conference of this type, before Regionalisation changes the way things are done.

    We’d love to see you here.