The Lions Club of Seymour Goulburn

District 201V5, Victoria, Australia

About Us

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 our International Association, and the 'We Serve'; motto.


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Lions Australia is part of an international association, filled with people who are joined by the common desire to make their communities better, by using their creativity, enthusiasm and energy.   Membership is open to all people of the community in good standing.

The Lions Club of Seymour Goulburn is an active club with in the Mitchell Shire with a current membership of 30+ who meet on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month.

It's also a very friendly family club with many strong friendships formed through our activities within the Seymour Goulburn region, and with other clubs within our Shire.   We are dedicated to helping people in need both within our Shire and support various causes in other countries.

New and prospective members as well as members of other Lions clubs are made to feel welcome at our meetings. If you are interested in becoming a member of our Club or another Lions Club click here to contact the Membership Chairperson.

For members of other Lions clubs who would like to attend one of our meetings please contact the Club Secretary.



The town of Seymour, named by Thomas Mitchell after the British parliamentarian Lord Seymour, was established in 1839 at the crossing of the Goulburn River on the Melbourne-Sydney route (now known as the Hume Highway) where an inn was first built. The Post Office opened on 1 July 1844.   The railway arrived in 1872 along with substantial infrastructure to support it, establishing the town as an important rail hub for the Goulburn Valley, the Melbourne-Sydney railway and North Eastern Victoria.

The town of Seymour is a leisurely drive of around 100km or 60 miles north of Melbourne.  The township services the surrounding agricultural industries (primarily horse, cattle, sheep and wine) as well as the nearby military base of Puckapunyal which is an important training centre for the Australian Army.


The following is a summary of some of the recurring projects and activities of the Club: