The Rotary Club of Brisbane Planetarium has a proud history of active involvement in Community Service including:
- Teacher in a Box– a project to send computers, refurbished with literacy and numeracy programs, to remote locations within Australia and overseas
- Project NOW (Nurturing Our Women) – a project, commenced in 2011, to raise $750,000 to build a 20-bed residence at Red Hill for women. The residence was opened in November 2014
- Queensland Drought Appeal– a project to raise funds for people in rural areas affected by the drought
- Pride in Business Awards – an annual award ceremony to recognise excellence in local businesses
- Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony – on Australia Day every year Brisbane Planetarium host a Citizenship Ceremony for new Australians
- Indigenous Youth Leadership Program – an annual project of Brisbane Planetarium to bring identified Indigenous Youth to a Leadership Program at University of Qld to encourage them to apply for tertiary study
- Tales of a Dilly Bag – a project to deliver reading books to Indigenous children in Australia
- Local Projects – eg
- provide bike frame for disabled child.
- Supported the production of the Paddington Heritage Trail booklet. A self guided walk covers historic buildings and sites on Latrobe & Given Terraces in Paddington, and some nearby sites in Fernberg Road , Garfield Terrace and Caxton Street. The Booklet are available from Aussie Home Loans, 209-211 Given Terrace Paddington, and Ray White, 181 Given Terrace Paddington.
Through either physical effort or cash contributions, the Club proudly supports these projects for the local community.