Runaway Bay Lions Club

District 201Q1 Queensland Australia

Runaway Bay Lions Club



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The Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event at Paradise Point has long boasted at being one of the biggest on the Gold Coast. It has become so popular that this year it has relocated to Runaway Bay Community Centre to cater for its new HIGH TEA format.


Over the years it has been running, this event has raised about $100,000 for Cancer Council Queensland’s vital work in cancer prevention, research and support services.


Simply gather together your friends, family and colleagues, and book a table at the event voted one of the most successful Australia’s Biggest Morning Teas on the Gold Coast and tuck into some delicious and healthy morning tea treats. There couldn’t be an easier way to help make a difference.


The Australia’s Biggest Morning “High” Tea is a wonderful annual event hosted jointly by the Paradise Point Uniting Church and the Runaway Bay Lions Club. The event will be held in the Runaway Bay Community Centre from 9.30am on Monday, 20th May.


As well as a yummy morning “HIGH” tea, you will also be in the draw for numerous lucky door prizes. But wait, there’s more, Live Band entertainment by the very popular “The Dukes” and of course you will be able to participate in Mini Auctions where you can snaffle a bargain. All this, and more for a minimum donation of $20 per person.


Due to the very strong demand, increasing popularity, and limited seating, this event sells out earlier every year, so early bookings are essential to avoid disappointment. To book simply go to :

Cancer Council Queensland CEO Chris McMillan thanked the Paradise Point Community Church and Runaway Bay Lions Club members for their support.

“Taking part in Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is an easy and fun way for friends, families and communities to unite together and make a difference in their local community,” Ms McMillan said.

“One Queenslander is diagnosed with cancer every 20 minutes – the length of an average morning tea break.

“Make a cuppa for a cause this May and support Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea by hosting or attending an event.”


For more information or photo opportunities contact Jean McNeill 55295381



Runaway Bay is coastal suburb located on the northern reaches of the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The development of Runaway Bay started in 1972 to transform the subdivision into a residential and boating area. The name "Runaway Bay" was coined to promote the area as a tranquil retreat.

Runaway Bay Lions Club strives to serve the suburbs of Runaway Bay, Hollywell, Paradise Point, Coombabah, Biggera Waters, Anglers Paradise, Labrador, Arundel and surrounding areas.

Ordinary people doing extraordinary things - supporting a diverse range National programs in Health, Youth and Disabled.

Underpinning all our program is a whole range of local initiatives, based in our local community, to serve our local community

We meet twice monthly, 7pm, on the second Wednesday of each month we hold our Business Meeting  and we hold a dinner meeting on the fourth Wednesday of each month.The Business meeting venue is usually Paradise Point Uniting Church and Dinner meeting venue is usually Dublin Docks Tavern


Come along, your most welcome. Be a part of the change. Join the Runaway Bay Lions Club.



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Our 1.3 million men and women in 205 countries and geographic areas conduct vision and health screenings, build parks, support eye hospitals, award scholarships, assist youth, provide help in time of disaster and much more.

Join us in making our communities and the world better places to live.

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Lions club members are men and women who strive to make a difference in their local community as well as in communities worldwide. Their volunteer efforts go beyond the support of vision care, to addressing unmet health and education needs worldwide.

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