The Point Lonsdale Civic Association is a group of residents and friends of Point Lonsdale whose main purpose is to promote and maintain the interests of persons who are residents, ratepayers or friends of Point Lonsdale, and includes their children and partners. PLCA regularly conducts meetings of members which are usually also attended by Councillors of the Borough of Queenscliffe and interested residents.
Point Lonsdale Combined Probus Club
The club is open to men and women and meets at 10:00am on the fourth Monday of every month at Lonsdale Links.
Point Lonsdale/Queenscliff Red Cross Unit
Red Cross meet monthly (first Friday) to raise money for Red Cross, and to have a lot of fun doing it!
Telephone: (03) 5258 1616
Probus Club of Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff
The Club meets every third Monday from 9:45am at the Point Lonsdale Bowls Club. New members and guests are always made most welcome and the variety of trips, dinners, day visits, guest speakers, golf, bowls and fellowship engaging the retired gentlemen of the area are all first class. Fraternity is our foremost charter.
Telephone: 0409 251 523
Queenscliff Community Association
QCA provides opportunities for communication between residents and Council on issues of community concern. Meetings are the third Thursday of the month at the Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House. Meeting time 7.30pm. New members are welcome and supper is provided.
Telephone: (03) 5258 3381
Queenscliff Reconciliation Group
A small active group who support reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians and who plan community activities as part of Reconciliation Week.
Queenscliff Senior Citizens Club
Everyone is welcome (55 years and over). Offering a range of social and recreation activities. Rooms are also available for hire. Come join in and bring along your ideas.
Telephone: (03) 5255 2856
Queenscliff–Point Lonsdale Lions Club
Ordinary people doing extraordinary things – supporting people with a disability, serving our community and fundraising for worthwhile causes. Fellowship, good times, meeting people, building friendships, service to the community, learning new skills, leadership and personal development – these are just some of the benefits of being a member of the largest service club in the world.
Telephone: (03) 5258 3643
Queenscliff–Point Lonsdale RSL Sub-Branch
RSL provides services to ensure that veterans, their dependants and their members have ready access to Welfare, Pensions and appropriate Health Services. The RSL also undertakes commemorative services and, where appropriate, contributes to worthy needs within the broader community.
Telephone: (03) 5258 3677
Queenscliffe Combined Probus
The club is open to men and women, meeting at 9:45am on the first Monday of every month, at the Point Lonsdale Bowling Club.