ULLADULLA MILTON Lions Club

District 201N2, New South Wales, Australia

Some information about our Lions Club

Lions International
  • The Lions International logo depicts a two headed lion. 
  • The logo identifies a proud past and a bright future. 
  • Over 2017/2018 Lions International celebrated 100 years of service.
  • Lions Clubs are an integral part of community life, are to be found in cities & regional areas across Australia and around the world.
Lions members are easily identified by their:
  • Distinctive logo, the trademark of our International Association;
  • Their yellow work shirts and our
  • Motto 'We Serve'.
  • The Ulladulla Milton club is located on the south coast of NSW approximately 2.5 hours south of Sydney and 2.5 hours east of Canberra.
  • Formed March 1963 Ulladulla Milton Lions Club has been serving its community continuously.
  • Ulladulla Milton Lions club is an incorporated, not for profit, community service organisation.
  • Our club is comprised of approximately 80 members, men and women, across 3 affiliates
    • Milton Ulladulla Lions Club
    • Lions Preloved Book Shop Club and
    • MUD Pride
  • Our club is a member of District N2012. 
  • District N2012 covers an area from south western Sydney to the Victorian border and east to include Canberra, Goulburn and the Southern Highlands.
  • Neighbouring Lions clubs are to be found at Batemans Bay, Braidwood, Jervis Bay, Moruya, Sanctuary Point and Sussex Inlet.

 

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

An outline of our Club's activities can be seen 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.