The local, Huon Valley branch of a world-wide medieval reenactment club.
Proper medieval archery – the traditional style with long bows and recurve bows, with experienced archers who also happen to be excellent teachers.
The Castle Forbes Bay Rec Club is for the community of Castle Forbes Bay to use and to hire the club rooms for activities and parties.
Bowls club with sports bar and facilities.
Your local community centre, with driver training, literacy support, an all-genders men’s shed and lots of resources for general use.
A church affiliated the the Churches of Christ. Services on Sundays at 9.30am.
Hall available to hire for a daily or hourly rate. Phone for a quote.
Geeveston RSL offers a range of different beverages that you can sit at the bar to enjoy by the cosy wood heater or take away. We also have an RV-friendly campground — please ask at the bar for details.
In an emergency, call 000 first! Geeveston’s volunteer fire brigade: all volunteers, all superheroes, all the time.
Fantastic 10 hole/18 tee country golf vourse.
Officially opened in 1975, Geeveston Library offers a range of library services.
A free, weekly, timed 5km walk/jog/run at 9am every Saturday. Open to all ages and abilities. Organised entirely by volunteers. Friendly and fun. Join us!
The Geeveston Progress Association (formerly the Geeveston Community Development Association) is an organisation comprised of Geeveston residents and/or business owners who share the aim to strengthen our community as a place we are proud to live and work in, and to invite visitors to.
The volunteer organisation that looks after the Geeveston Visitor Centre and runs the Twilight Feast.
Previously the Forest and Heritage Centre, originally the Geeveston Town Hall, the Visitor Centre is an information hub for tourists visiting the Huon Valley, and a venue for the Twilight Feast and several local artists.
We operate fishing charters and sightseeing tours on the Huon River and Dover area in Southern Tasmania. We operate a 5.7 metre custom built vessel.
A community program driven by Geeveston Community Centre. It seeks to link Huon Valley fruit growers with pickers in the Huon Valley.
The Girl Guides meet on Monday nights at the Geeveston Community Hall, with groups for the younger girls first and the older girls afterward.
Huon & Kingston FM is the southernmost station in the nation. With the support of around sixty volunteers, Huon & Kingston FM broadcasts around the clock a mix of music, from popular, rock, folk, country, blues and everything in between.
A Christian church affiliated with the ACC Pentecostal organisation. Meets every Sunday. Address: 7 Scotts Road Geeveston Phone: 6297 1899 Website: acc.org.au Facebook: Huon Christian Church
Unlike traditional jobseeker agencies, promotes itself as a community employment hub, meaning that it takes responsibility for hiring out local community jobseekers to local community employers, therefore taking a lot of the onus off the employer.
The friendly mobile Yoga service for the Huon Valley.
The present club was formed on 29th October 1947. A pick up boat was offered by a local resident, and racing started within a fortnight. Since then club members have enjoyed many successes sailing both at home and internationally.
Assistance for young and older people wishing to get their P1 licence by providing trained volunteer mentors to supervise the 80hrs driving practise required in a twelve month period before getting P1 licence. We own modern and well maintained automatic and manual cars for this purpose.
The most southern football team in Australia. We are members of the STJFL.
Seventh Day Adventist church group meeting at the Geeveston Community Hall.
Located just 20 minutes south of Huonville, Port Huon Sports & Aquatic Centre offers a variety of facilities, activities and programs suited to all ages and levels of ability.
Community food growing mixed with learning, producing, socialising and serious fun!
Camping, space for caravans and RVs, children’s playground, toilets.
One of several churches in the Huon Valley Catholic parish. Mass cycles around among the churches on a regular schedule.
Geeveston’s original wooden statues were carved by Bernie Tarr and another artist. There are seven of Tarr’s pieces in various places around the main part of the town, plus a number of others by unknown artists.
Geeveston’s Wheels in the Park was first held in 2013 on the 1st Sunday in February, and it has been held every year since.