Welcome to Lions Australia. Together we can change the world.

Volunteering is critical to keeping our communities well and functioning and for 75 years, Lions have been supporting communities across Australia.

Welcome to Lions Australia. Together we can change the world.

Volunteering is critical to keeping our communities well and functioning and for 75 years, Lions have been supporting communities across Australia.

Lions Australia is proud to celebrate its 75th Anniversary in September 2022. Since the first club was formed in Lismore in 1947, Lions Australia has grown to be Australia’s largest service club organisation with a strong history in community service and commitment to improving the lives of others.

What’s On

News

Lions mobile skin check and awareness unit aims to reduce prevalence of skin cancer

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the…

Camp Koala – a lifechanging experience for young people living with Diabetes

Across Australia over 1.3 million people have Diabetes and 283…

Oatley Lions Donate $30,000 to purchase neo-natal care unit at St George Hospital

Oatley Lions Club and the Australian Lions Foundation have donated…

Clare Lions Club become recycling champions

South Australia’s wine town of Clare boasts less than 4000…

Lions Disaster Relief Australia Project – supporting veterans and rebuilding communities

Lions volunteers are committed to doing what they can to help…

Ballina and Alstonville Lions turning waste into cash for the community

Ballina and Alstonville Lions Clubs have partnered with the Ballina…

Lions continue to go above and beyond to help the community through COVID-19

Whilst the spread of the highly contagious Delta strain of COVID…

Our Impact

Lions donate 2 Million hours of community support each year

Lions make our communities more liveable

Lions invest millions of dollars into environmental projects

Lions funded the development of a Cervical Cancer Vaccine

Lions helped fund the Bionic Ear

Lions invest 5 Million per year developing young leaders