Welcome to the Lions Club of Tilligerry Peninsula which includes Salt Ash, Tanilba Bay, Mallabula and Lemon Tree Passage in New South Wales, Austraila
From singles to young families and retirees who all enjoy the unique lifestyle of Tilligerry which has been expertly planned as a town of self supporting 'villages' which has won many awards.
The people who come to live here all have recreation in mind and the many parks and waterways on the Peninsula cater for this desire.
Tilligerry is a strong community with facilities galore to suit all and it is still growing strongly residential.
On the Peninsula there are Two Clubs as well as arts & crafts stores,we also have an 18 hole golf courses and tourist parks and a marina.
As for the Tilligerry Lions Club, we were formed in 1984 and we meet on a monthly basis on the third Tuesday at 6:30pm, at Club Leomontree .
If you are looking to attend our social meeting as a guest on a Third Tuesday, please contact one of the members listed on our Contact Us page or any other member you may know.
You will be made very welcome!
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Ordinary people doing extraordinary things - supporting people with a disability, community greening, fundraising for worthwhile causes.
In the words of early settler and surveyor-entrepreneur Henry Halloran, Tilligerry Peninsula "is almost an island".
On the south western shores of Port Stephens lies the Tilligerry Peninsula which is made up of 5 villages: Lemon Tree Passage, Mallabula, Oyster Cove, Salt Ash and Tanilba Bay.
The word "Tilligerry" is Aboriginal word for the meetings of two waters in where the Tilligerry Creek meets the Bay at Lemontree Passage
The Tilligerry Peninsula attracts families, nature and boating enthusiasts. The area has a marked emphasis on eco tourism and is best known for its large native koala population, idyllic waterfront areas and peaceful atmosphere.
We are the Lions
We meet the needs of our local communities and the world.
Our 1.4 million men and women in 206 countries and geographic areas conduct vision and health screenings, build parks, support eye hospitals, award scholarships, assist youth, provide help in time of disaster and much more.
Join us in making our communities and the world better places to live.
Becoming a Lion
Lions club members are men and women who strive to make a difference in
their local community as well as in communities worldwide. Their
volunteer efforts go beyond the support of vision care, to addressing
unmet health and education needs worldwide.