Wangi Lions Club was formed in 1975 by Toronto Lions. The Charter from Lions International was presented on the 20th June 1975. 

The Club regards Rathmines, Wangi and surrounding areas as the local communities for Community Service projects.
The major fundraising project of the Club is the Dobell Festival of Art & Craft. This project is an outlet for Artists and Craftsman.
Carols on Dobel
Service work for the local people is ongoing and  includes  Carols on Dobell Lions Welcome Dinner and catering at special events run by sporting clubs and schools.
Lions donates money to youth activitiessuch as Scouts and schools, welfare agencies like the Salvation Army, World Vision and the Smith Family.
Wangi Lions like to enjoy themselves too and have a social programme to add to the enjoyment of working together to help needy causes.
Membership of a Lions is open to all people of good character aged 18 or over. Wangi club has about equal numbers of men & women. Enquiries about joining are welcome.

About Wangi Wangi

The village of Wangi Wangi is on a peninsula which penetrates the centre of the vast Lake Macquarie, whose shores support a thriving city of the same name and which is four times the size of Sydney Harbour. The lake offers a myriad aquatic delights – such as sailing, fishing, floating restaurants and various style of cruises.

Wangi Wangi is best known for its most famous citizen, the great Australian painter Sir William Dobell. His home of many years - fittingly enough named Dobell House, in Dobell Place - is now operated by the Sir William Dobell Memorial Committee and is lovingly maintained as a living museum with a fine collection of Sir William’s work, memorabilia, furniture, photographs and the like.


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