The Point Lonsdale christmas tree lighting and community celebration of Christmas is held on the first Saturday in December, at the christmas tree in Point Lonsdale. The Christmas Tree Committee organise the installation of the lights and associated activities and are always happy to welcome new members.
The Point Lonsdale Civic Association is a group of residents and friends of Point Lonsdale who care about: the conservation, protection and maintenance of the beaches, foreshore, dune systems, natural environment and beauty of Point Lonsdale and surrounding areas; the conservation and maintenance of historic buildings, sites and precincts within the Borough of Queenscliffe; the retention of Point Lonsdale as a peaceful holiday resort and residential area consistent with orderly and compatible development; and the provision and maintenance of public facilities in Point Lonsdale and the wider Region.
Meetings are held in January, February, April and November at the Point Lonsdale Primary School. No meeting is scheduled during the winter period but meetings are called if a matter arises that requires discussion and input from members.
Meetings are usually also attended by Councillors of the Borough of Queenscliffe and interested residents.
The Point Lonsdale Opportunity Shop was originally formed in 2000 and run by the Anglican and Uniting Churches. All proceeds from the shop go to Uniting Care in Grovedale which is the main administration office for six other Concern Op shops in the Bellarine and Geelong areas. We are a happy team of 65 Volunteers from the local community. Our Shop is opened Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm. We have many donations of reusuable goods from our locals as well as visitors to the area.
The Point Lonsdale Tennis Club provides four artificial grass courts and two plexipave courts for players. Night lighting available.
The Club offers junior/senior pennant, mid-week ladies comp, coaching and court hire.
New members are welcome.
The Club meets every third Tuesday from 9.30am at the Uniting Church Hall in Hesse Street, Queenscliff. 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.