Community Corner



See what is happening in and around Altona

On this page you will find the following clubs/organisations with their information on workshops, registration days, garage sales, sports programmes and lots more. 

  • Altona City Soccer Club
  • Altona Cricket Club Juniors 
  • Auskick
  • Community Sports Camps
  • DCS - Clothing and Uniforms
  • Early Learners
  • Go Girl Go For It
  •  Lions Club of Altona

       - Cherry Lake Market

         - Altona Beach Market

  • NAB AFL Auskick
  • School Crossings Victoria
  • Vida tennis
  • World Environment Day




World Environment Day

Beat Plastic Pollution: Beyond Recycling

Sunday 3rd June

1pm to 4.30pm

Williamstown Town Hall

Ferguson Street, Williamstown


Celebrate World Environment Day with a Community Festival at the Williamstown Town Hall on the Sunday, 3rd June from 1pm to 4.30pm.  The kids will have a chance to learn about the environment in Altona Library’s Book Cubby or get creative with Trash Puppets who will show them how to make their own puppets out of recycled materials.


Workshops throughout the day will help you to beat plastic pollution, including learning how to make your own beeswax wraps, how to make newspaper pots for seed planting and much more. There will also be presentations from sustainability champions including Emma Dean (MasterChef winner 2013) and Neil Blake (Baykeeper, Port Phillip EcoCentre), environmental community group stalls, free refreshments (BYO reusable cup) and live music!

Community Sports Camps

A great way to improve skills, make friends and have fun!



1300 562 571

Click here for more information.


Early Learners

The Early Learners Centre in Altona North is having an Open Day on Saturday 26 May from 10am to 1pm. 

EL Team

Early Learners
272 Millers Road, Altona North, 3025. 

P: 03 9391 0101 / 03 8582 4300    F: 03 9398 0644


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NAB AFL Auskick

Altona Auskick

Hi Auskickers,

The Altona Auskick centre offers an all ages (5-12) and abilities the opportunity to try AFL, make some new friends and have fun.

We will kickoff our 2018 program at 9am on the Saturday 21st April at JK Grant Reserve on Bluegum Drive.  We play on the main Cricket oval. 

We work closely with the Altona Vikings and offer a range of opportunities for you to expand your footy skills and childhood wishes.  This includes a transition program from Auskick to the Altona Vikings for kids who are interested in club footy.

We’ll have visit from the Vikings, Williamstown Football Club and also representatives from the Western Bulldogs Mens and Womens teams during the season.  We will also look to give as many age-qualified kids the opportunity to play a half time game, be it with our local club the Vikings, at the VFL or at the AFL. 

Read more.

Check out our new Auskick 2.0 program.

Vida tennis

Get into Tennis at your local club with a Free Intro!

Vida Tennis would like to invite you to try a tennis program with us at the Altona Tennis Club

Kids Hot Shots Lessons

Head Start - 3-5 years old

Private & Squad sessions

Adult & Cardio Tennis

Read more


School Crossing Supervisor of the Year Awards

Every two years, School Crossings Victoria, holds an awards night to honour the dedication and hard work put into the Community by School Crossing Supervisors from all over the state. It is that time again where we ask all schools to promote the award and ask the school community to nominate the supervisor they feel is worthy of being recognised, and may even be judged Victoria’s School Crossing Supervisor of the Year. What an honour that title will be for one of our dedicated supervisors.

The 2015/2016 award night was held in Preston in 2016 with the winner being Robyn Sabljak from Murrindindi Shire Council. The night itself, was wonderful, 250 attended with over 700 nominations received, and there was a lot of pride in the room.

We have attached the nomination and eligibility form. Nominations close on May 25, 2018.



Altona City Soccer Club 



Ages 11-14 for an U14 team - Beginners welcome!!!

Training from April onwards at the Club’s home grounds on Millers Rd, Altona VIC 3018


JOE ON 0425 120 019

Please find attached a flyer of the Altona City Soccer Club.

 Go Girl Go For It

Go Girl, Go for IT is a free IT career showcase for all Victorian school girls from years 5 – 12, hosted every 2 years by the Victorian ICT for Women network. The aim of this event is to showcase the incredible range of vocational avenues available in IT to young girls.The event provides opportunities for young girls to hear inspirational women talk about how they have built successful careers in IT, as well as to take part in competitions, interactive workshops and a tradeshow supported by a number of large corporate organisations. Please see attached the Go Girls summer newsletter.

Cherry Lake Lions Club Market

1st Sunday of each month, from 8am to 2pm. The next market is on 3 June.

Lions Club of Altona Cherry Lake Sunday Market is an outdoor market with 80 stalls in the spacious park next to Cherry Lake.
Whilst shopping you can also munch on a sausage, hot dog or have a hot or cold drink. 

Come and support the great work that the Lions Club does in our community by coming to the scenic Cherry Lakes to grab a bargain. There is something for everyone. Stalls include hand-knitted goods, handmade candles, plants (including orchids and ferns), fruits and vegetables, flowers, clothing, souvenirs, confectionery, preserves, handmade wooden toys and furniture, sports gear and garden tools as well as secondhand treasures of all sorts.

Altona Beach Lions Club Market

Pier Street and Logan Reserve

Melbourne’s only weekly street market, Tuesday's between 9am and 3pm.
It features fresh food stalls and local arts and crafts.
The market is extremely popular with the local residents and has attracted a big following from all over Melbourne. Come along and pick up a bargain or just relax in the great cafes along Pier Street or spend some time looking at the Altona Mural which captures the essence of this beautiful sea side Village just minutes from the City.

















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