Lions, Lioness and Leo Clubs District 201Q4

Queensland, Australia

District 201Q4 CLUB PROJECTS

Buderim Lions Walk to School Program

What are the Walks?

The benefits of the programme include:

This program has been well documented and so it can be replicate by any club.  For more Information, forms etc contact the Buderim Lions Club. 

► Visit the  Buderim Lions Website  


► Download the walk to school Program Manual


Australian Motorhoming Lions Club 

We are a young club and only chartered on the 30th June 2016 our current membership stands at 52 members and growing. Our members have two passions and that is Motorhoming as a way of travelling and to help as many Lions Clubs around the country as possible.

We do not actively seek or encourage existing Lions Club members we wish to introduce as many people as possible to Lions as we can. This is evident in the membership of 52 we have now with the following breakdown:

4 Transfer members who are also the founding members

10 Previous Lions Members returning to Lion

38 New members to lions

The main consideration for accepting an existing Lions member into our club is if that member was going to leave Lions to go travelling. We are a national club with members in all states with the exception being the Territories at present.

A lot of our members have travel to most places and have been travelling for quite some time and by joining Lions they have added another dimension to their travel experience.

The AMLC meet online every third Thursday of the month, we can be contacted via Email: and you can follow us on our website:

If any club out there would like to register a major event they hold annually and need assistance please email us all your info and we will put it on our calander.

Lion Len Waddington

President: AMLC


The Lions Club of Tin Can Bay Inc. is proud and pleased to present - Cathy House, an Accommodation & Conference Centre situated on the beautiful foreshore of Tin Can Bay.

The Centre is dedicated to local resident Cathy Bale who suffered from cystic fibrosis and sadly passed away in 1987 at the age of 17.

Built in 1990 the Centre is available to many groups such as;

Disability, Disadvantaged,

Community Groups

School & Youth Groups

Volunteer Service Groups, Church Groups and of course to other Lion/Lioness Clubs

We can accommodate a minimum of 6 to a maximum of 41 in dormitory style rooms.  We have a modern kitchen, large dining/meeting room with TV and video.  A laundry is also available together with an in-ground swimming pool, pleasant gardens and ample parking.

There are many attractions to enjoy during your stay which include :- Dolphin feeding, coloured sands of Rainbow Beach, Carlo sand blow, Great Sandy National Park, Fraser Island, wildflower walks and bird watching to name a few.

For more information or to make a booking, please email   (

►   More Information about Cathy House