What's happening in the community of Elmore?

The Elmore community is rich with opportunities for individuals to get active, get social and get involved.

Elmore Football Netball Club

Providing individuals of all levels & ages the opportunity to play competitive Football & Netball on weekends within the Heathcote District Football Netball League. As well as giving people the opportunity to be a part of a community & social sporting group. Footballers train Tuesday & Thursday nights at 6pm and Netballers train Thursday night at 6pm (subject to change).

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Elmore Golf Club

Great place to come & play golf. We welcome beginners who would like to learn the art of golf. New Members also welcome. Tuesdays 9 holes, Wednesdays 10am hit off and Sundays with 11.30am assembly.

Hunter Rd, Elmore, VIC 3558 18 Hole Sandgreen Course.

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Elmore Lions Club

The Elmore Lions Club is a community group that helps and supports the local community. The group is active through fundraising, providing long weekend coffee breaks and lots more. The Elmore Lions Club meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. Contact Rhonda Whiteman for venue details.

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Elmore Primary Health

Elmore Primary Health Service keeps the wellbeing and health of the community at the forefront of all that we do and we continue to strive to offer patients the highest quality health care. Our experienced team of General Practitioners, Practice Nurses and reception staff has been growing with the community and are dedicated to forming lasting patient relationships. Elmore Primary Health also offers a comprehensive range of allied and community health programs and services.

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Elmore Primary School

Opened March 23 1875, Elmore Primary is a small school, accessible by bus from most areas within 30 mins of the Elmore township. We provide a caring, professional and high quality educational experience for all students, supported by rich specialist program offerings (art, music and Indonesian) and a focussed program of excursions, incursions and extra-curricular activities.

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Elmore Progress Association Inc. (EPA)

The Elmore Progress Association was formed on the 26th May 1890 with the aim ‘To foster, protect and conserve the political, municipal and social privileges of the township and district.’ Today, the Progress Association exists to foster, promote and encourage community wellbeing for the benefit of Elmore and District, to represent the plans and ideas of the community and to research and to nurture these plans and ideas to bring them to fruition, to print a weekly community newsletter, to establish and develop a museum and to encourage employment opportunities within Elmore and District. New members always welcome. The EPA meets at 7.30pm on the 2nd Thursday of the month at the Elmore Community Hub.

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Elmore Recreation Reserve Committee of Management

The Elmore Recreation Reserve Committee of Management oversees the football grounds, netball courts, bowling green, golf course, trotting track, Caravan Park and tennis courts. These facilities are maintained to ensure residents and visitors of all ages have access to a diverse range of sporting opportunities and accommodation.

Elmore-Raywood Road, Elmore VIC 3558

Contact: John Parsons – Secretary

M: 0429 864 521 (John Parsons)

PO Box 71, Elmore VIC 3558

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Elmore RSL Sub-Branch

The Elmore RSL Sub-Branch exists to support all ex-service personnel and their dependants. The Elmore RSL Sub-Branch meets at 10am on the 3rd Monday of the month, at the Elmore Court House (Corner Cardwell and Hervey Streets).

Elmore RSL Sub-Branch
Elmore Court House
Corner Cardwell and Hervey Streets
Elmore VIC 3558

Contact: Jeff Crust - President or Fred Wawrzik - Secretary

M: 0407580044 (President)
P: 03 5432 2515 (Secretary)

PO Box 102, Elmore 3558

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Elmore Swimming Pool

Built in 1959, the Elmore Swimming Pool remains a much loved destination for locals and visitors during the hot summer months.

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Elmore Tennis Club

The Elmore Tennis Club encourages social and competitive tennis for new and old members. The committee meets 4-5 times annually at the Elmore Tennis Club Clubrooms.

4-24 Elmore-Raywood Road, Elmore VIC 3558

Contact: Leanne Trewick – Secretary

M: 0447 326 049 PO Box 36, Elmore VIC 3558

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