Joining a club or group is the best way to meet like-minded people. Being part of a club gives you the opportunity to integrate into the strong community.

There are many different clubs to join;

  • Sporting clubs
  • Hobbies clubs (eg fishing club, patch workers club)
  • Community help (eg lions club)


Lions Clubs

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 the Association, and the 'We Serve'; motto seen on road signs throughout the country. Clubs may either provide service or raise Money for their community. Most of the Money raised goes back into the community, either directly or indirectly through National and International Projects.


Rotary is a worldwide organisation of business, professional and community leaders. Clubs are non-political, non-religious, and open to all cultures, races and creeds. Richly rewarding, Rotary International gives you the opportunity to ‘pay it forward’ and to have a positive impact wherever you choose. While developing business networking opportunities and building lifelong friendships Rotarians experience personal growth in an organization that is respected worldwide for its high values and standards. Rotary Clubs meet weekly.

Country Women’s Association

The Country Women's Association of Victoria Inc. is an organisation based on friendship and self-development opportunities for all women, regardless of race, religion or politics. It is a volunteer organisation where women from rural and urban areas can meet as one, as Women of Australia.

Raising Dust

Raising Dust is a social group of young people living and working in Western Victoria. They arrange social outings such as dinners and balls, as well as information sessions on things like financial planning and health.


Apex Australia is a vibrant and energetic volunteer service organisation focused on harnessing the ideas, ideals and intelligence of younger Australians aged 18 to 45. We are an authentic Australian icon - established in 1931 and going strong. We have helped more than 200,000 younger Australians make a difference to their community, learn valued skills and make great friends. The Apex story is one of fun, fellowship and friendship. We offer you the opportunity to give others a fair go, practical help and positive role models to reach their own potential.