About the Lions

The Ormeau Lions Club meet at 6.30pm for a 7pm start every 3rd Monday night in the month at Shearers Arms Tavern, Peachey Road, Ormeau.

The purpose of our meetings is for fellowship and business, often with interesting and informative speakers on a range of topics.

Lions are actively involved in a wide range of community activities, giving help to our young and the elderly, the disabled and the disadvantaged locally, nationally and internationally.

Members of Ormeau Lions Club can be seen regularly on Saturday mornings outside Super IGA Ormeau cooking sausages and bacon & egg rolls, to raise funds for various community projects, including Lions Haven Home for the Aged at Hope Island.

Ormeau Lions run the Ormeau Driver Reviver Stop provided by the Qld Main Roads Department, and rely on a number of volunteers to help fill the roster to keep this important life-saving initiative manned from 8am to 8pm throughout long weekends and school holidays.

Ormeau Lions also run the Annual Fair.

We welcome new members and are always looking for generous people who are willing to give their time and expertise to a worthy cause. The funds we raise give hope and happiness to many throughout the area and giving service as a Lion is a highly rewarding experience.

If you want to help out, whether it is with the Driver Reviver, weekend BBQs or in helping to organise our major events, you do not need to become a Lions member to do so, as we have many volunteers who help out as well. Please contact us to express your interest we truly appreciate any help on offer!

Club Secretary – Margaret O’Neill 0403 537 573