Welcome to our Website

Waitangirua is a suburb of Porirua, a bustling cosmopolitan city of 50,000 people situated 15 kms north of New Zealand's capital city of Wellington.

The Waitangirua Lions Club is part of the Lions New Zealand (Multiple District 202N) which is a proud member of Lions International founded in the US in 1917.

At our new website you can find out what we do, in the "about us" section, along with who we are. You are also most welcome to contact or join us to become involved in activities. We also update our current projects and events so you can get an idea of what we are involved in.





To find out more about the Aotea Lagoon train click here

Our motto is simple - We Serve. Click on this logo to see our Facebook page

Our emphasis is on community service in all forms. Lions programmes serve the young and the aged, the disabled and the disadvantaged - anybody who has a need. Programmes are conducted locally, nationally and internationally.

They include sight conservation and work with the blind, citizenship services, hearing and speech action, programmes with the deaf, drug education, environmental, recreational, health and social services.

We look forward to hearing from you and you joining us in the wide range of activities that Lions New Zealand, and our Lions club here in Waitangirua, is involved in.

Latest News

Oct 2014

Transfer Members

There appears to be a number of clubs in the district that do not know how to transfer a member from one club to another. The process is very easy, the club the member is leaving drops that member in good standing on the Lions Clubs International Website in MyLCI, the same as if the member is leaving your club. Once you have dropped the member notify the club they are transferring into and the secretary there goes into the Lions Clubs International Website in MyLCI and picks that person up, this will put them into your club as a new member.

Some clubs have been contacting Lions Clubs International to do this for them, they are not there to transfer club members from one club to another, especially when club secretaries can do it themselves. There used to be a transfer form, but this system has not been used for a good number of years.

March 2014

Treasurer Keith Nicoll presents a cheque for $500 to Te Kahui Bishop.
Te Kahui will be representing NZ in Canada for the 10th International Softball Federation Junior Men's World Softball Championship.
We wish him and the rest of the team good luck!


March 2014. Aotea Lagoon train given an overhaul.