Each Rotary club has their own distinctive banner which they use to present to visiting Rotarians who take it back to their home club. In return the visiting Rotarian may present a banner from their own club. In effect, it is a swapping of banners which signifies a gesture of goodwill and friendship between the clubs regardless of whether they are neighbours or whether they are located in another part of the world. The size and shape of each banner varies but they are generally about 10 inches (26 centimetres) long and 5 inches (13 centimetres) wide.
 
The Rotary Club of Werribee has accumulated many club banners over the years as a result of one of their members visiting another club or a Rotarian from another club visiting our club.
 
Here is a sample of the hundreds of banners that have been collected during the club's history. Clicking on the banner will take you to that club's website or Facebook page.
 
 
Rotary Club of San Francisco,
California, USA
 
 
Rotary Club of Honolulu,
Hawaii, USA
Rotary Club of Geelong East,
Victoria, Australia
 
 
Rotary Club of Bridgeport,
Connecticut, USA
 
 
Rotary Club of Lethbridge East,
Alberta, Canada
 
Rotary Club of Kennett Square,
Pennsylvania, USA