District 201N2, New South Wales, Australia

About Us

Lions Clubs are part of community life, in the cities and in the country. Clubs are easily identified by their distinctive Logo, the trademark of our International Association, and the motto 'We Serve'.
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The Ulladulla Milton district is on the NSW south coast,located approximately three hours drive south from Sydney or two and a half hours drive east from Canberra.
[click on this link for a regional map].

The district has a population in the order of 16,000 persons with an economic foundation in the tourist, timber, fishing, dairy and service industries.

Formed March 1963 the Ulladulla Milton Lions Club has been serving the local community for 48 years. The club is incorporated as a non-profit community service organisation.

The Club's current membership is around 80 men & women.

An outline of our Club's activities can be on the Ulladulla Milton Lions Club Projects page
Insights into the benefits of our Club to the community can be seen on the Impacts of Lions page.

Our Club's emblem is the dolphin in recognition of the famous surfing dolphins of Ulladulla's Mollymook Beach.

Nearby Lions clubs are in Batemans Bay, Braidwood, Jervis Bay, Moruya, Sanctuary Point, and Sussex Inlet.

Club Dinner Meetings

1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6.30 pm 


The Dunn Lewis Centre, St. Vincent Street, Ulladulla South.

Club officers for the year 2016-2017 are: