This page contains a register of local community facilities, activities and services that are managed by various organisations. A few notes have been provided for each item, but for further information please contact the relevant body.
Eltham has two synthetic grass courts (with lights) that are available to hire. The courts are located opposite Eltham Pub & bookings can be made by phoning the Pub on 02 6629 1217. The courts are managed by Eltham Sport & Recreation Committee.
If interested in a low stress, high entertainment cricket competition then contact Eltham’s Village Green Team via facebook or phone the Pub 6629 1217. The Village Green competition has eight teams: Clunes, Eltham, Federal, Corndale, Caniaba, Rosebank, Dunoon & Tullera.
Eltham Hall has regular events including Lodge Meetings, Jazzercise, Eltham Film Nights & the Drought Appeal. The hall is spacious and well maintained, making an ideal venue for functions and meetings. It also features a modern kitchen & large movie screen. Inquiries/bookings ph 6621 9674.
Eltham Masonic Lodge was established in 1911 & their meeting place was a new two-story building in Mayfield St. The Lodge continues to meet in that building to the present day. Since about 1930 the Lodge has also owned & managed the Eltham Hall. For more info see Masonic Lodge Eltham
Eltham Village contains a significant heritage landscape that includes: Eltham Pub, Memorial Grove, an early cottage, Hall & Masonic Lodge. Also included are the former: Store, Butcher’s Shop, sale yards, Railway Cottage & the railway bridge. Please download our printable map.
Clunes Clues (CC) is a free community newsletter that covers Clunes, Eltham & Bexhill areas. CC has a readership of 400+ & copies are available at Clunes Store, Clunes Meats, Peter’s Books, Clunes Garage, Eltham Pub, Eltham Pantry, Bexhill Store or via email. P 6629 1238 or email.
East Community Panel (ECP)
Our district ECP was set up so local residents could advise Lismore Council of their opinion on various subjects & desired infrastructure. Over time the committee could also see a need for ways to encourage community members to meet others in their area, such as the regular Produce Swaps. However more people are needed to keep our ECP going. For further info please ph 0400 118 494.