TEWANTIN NOOSA LIONS CLUB  was chartered by Lions Club of Gympie on 4th April 1967.  At the time of the Club’s inception, the President was Edward Sommerville. Since then the Club has grown enormously and now has over 50 Members. We have also chartered three clubs since then – Noosa Heads Lions Club, Cooroy Pomona Lions Club and Peregian Lions Club. 

Our Club is situated in Tewantin which is on the banks of the beautiful Noosa River, on the Sunshine Coast in sunny Queensland, Australia. We have been serving our community since the Club’s inception in 1967.  The Lions are your friends and neighbours who have volunteered and reach out to many people in the community, who are underprivileged or in need of our help.


Tewantin Noosa Lions Club Members are a group of enthusiastic, extremely generous and caring people, who work together expressing their individual skills in keeping the very complex business of serving the community in every possible way!

We meet regularly in a relaxed atmosphere at the Tewantin Noosa RSL every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month to discuss issues and address community needs where we can assist. 




I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for the hard work and number of hours spent volunteering over the last 12 months, plus the support given to myself and the Board over the last 6 months.

I know a few things have changed, so I thank you for being accepting of these changes.

We are in a very busy time of year which can be both demanding and frustrating, trying to juggle both our Lions and family commitments, but with all your help, we will get through it.

A special thought to any of our Members who have health concerns at this time.

I would like to wish you all a Merry and Safe Christmas, plus a fantastic New Year.





What would you say if I asked you to drive 900 km to deliver Christmas Packages??  Maybe some would say yes, but most of us would have an excuse.

These six dedicated caring Lions drove all the way from Tewantin to Jericho to deliver Christmas presents to local farmers and their families in Jericho west of Rockhampton.  1900 km there and back in just 5 days!  They were also accompanied by 4 Members from the Emerald Lions Club on the last part of the journey.


      Bill Battilana, Louise Tully, David Watts, Alison Watts, Jay Roach, Michael Roach  

Following the Classy Ladies Christmas event at The J in Noosa Heads, Tewantin Noosa Lions Club was offered the residual goods to take out to our drought adopted town of Jericho. Thank you to Lorraine Kenway, you are a very special lady.

Soon after they arrived, Lions started wrapping gifts for everyone.  All food, toiletries and clothing were spread out on tables for people to take one of each item.  The people were reticent at first but once they knew we were there to help them, they were indeed grateful. Some of their predicaments brought tears to the eyes of every Lion, but you have to give it them, they are battlers fighting on to beat the drought.


     Wrapping Gifts, Gifts ready to go - Emerald & Tewantin Noosa Club Members

The residual goods were packed into 50 hampers for people on outlying properties, which the local policeman had arranged to be delivered.  These people are doing it tough and deserve our help for which they are truly grateful.

Santa arrived on the local fire engine! Gifts for children were arranged in age groups with names attached and were presented to each child individually.  All the children were well behaved and very well mannered. They were a credit to their families. It filled the Lions’ hearts with joy to see the happiest kids you could imagine.  Each child received 3 presents.

The spirit of the community was something to behold, considering the trials and tribulations some are going through.  The Lions were very humbled for the way that they were received by the locals, as they were held in very high esteem in the little local community in the outback.

All in all, it was a very successful trip and very rewarding and satisfying for all Lions in attendance.

















What a fun night at the Coolum Beach Convention at the Beach Party.  Great food, fun entertainment and lots of fun and laughter.                                     


Coolum Beach Convention 2018

Members of our Club had a really great time at the Coolum Convention. Great guest speakers, amazing fellowship and really friendly people, all enjoying the days and nights with fellow Lions. People of all ages coming together to meet new friends and enjoying time with old friends too.

Congratulations to our bright shining star Kirra Shelton who spoke of her experiences in the Youth Exchange Student Program. You did us proud Kirra ...well done...super delivery.

David Watts was elected as 1st Vice District Governor for 2019-2020 which was well deserved. This recognition was a reward for his dedication and hard work and one step closer to his goal of District Governor.

This was a great moment for Tewantin Noosa Lions Club and we were all very proud of him and his achievement. We wish him every success in his upcoming year as 1st Vice District Governor.



Lion Chris Pullin made a presentation for the 2021        Convention to be held by Tewantin Noosa Lions. Our  Club was successful in the bid for the Convention and created lots of excitement. We are now looking forward to making the 2021 Convention a time to remember for all Lions who attend.



Michael Roach informed all Lions of the progression of the Drought  Relief Fundraising throughout  Queensland. He told us all about  Jericho and their plight and how the people of this town are very appreciative of everything that we are doing for them.


The Remembrance Ceremony was a special event and the weather was very kind to all and made this part of the Convention very pleasant to remember our past Members. It was fabulous to see Michael and Annette O’Brien present. Welcome back, we have missed you both.






At Tewantin Noosa Lions Club, we gladly welcome new Members.  If you would like to know more, please contact us for more information:

                                                    Contact:  Chris Pullin - 0410 632 643  or CLICK HERE


Benefits of being a Lion:

  • Friendship - with friendly and dedicated people in the community
  • Gaining more knowledge - about the community
  • Learning new skills - leadership and personal development
  • Fulfilment - from working with other Lions for the common good
  • Self-gratification - by serving and helping others in the community

These are just some of the benefits of being a member of Tewantin Noosa Lions Club which is part of the world’s largest and most active service club organisation.                                               












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