An historic goldfields town since 1860   

Linton and District Progress Association

The Linton and District Progress Association welcomes you to join the Association to support initiatives the make Linton a better place for the community. 

Your support through membership or volunteering ensures we are the best regional connected community. 

The Association supports initiatives that support the community which is enhanced through Council, State Government and funding bodies to carry out the priorities as defined through 'Community Planning' facilitated by Council and driven by the community.  Through community planning we can focus on the needs of the community that support initiatives.

The Association supports the community through the publication of 11 issues of a monthly newsletter and this community website connecting locals and visitors.

Meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month at 7pm with most meeting concluded in one hour. But please check FACEBOOK as the day may change.

Membership to the LDPA is $15 for a single, or $20 for a family per year. Membership applications are attached to the Linton News or you can contact

To read the Model Rules for Incorporated Association for the LDPA, please click here 

Linton and District Bowling Club

President Stewart Williams 0402 264 549

Secretary Anna Harasimowicz 0491 120 857

Treasurer Bev Howlett 0431 025 382

Linton Cricket Club

Aaron Kerr: 0403 436 285

Jim Munro: 0457 894 066

Linton Gardening Group

Linton and District Men's Shed

Meets on Wednesdays and Saturdays, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Enquiries to: 

President: Frank Clarey

Linton  Craft Group 

Meets weekly at the Linton Community Hub. Please contact Jenny for days and hours to connect to the group.

Contact: Jenny Grigg at

Linton Play Reading Group 

Meets every Wednesday at the Linton Community Hub at 7pm 
Contact David on 0447 310 565

Carngham Linton Football & Netball Club

The Carngham Linton Football Netball Club participates in the Centre Highlands Football and Netball League and has five football teams, and seven netball teams. 

In the football, they field senior, reserves, under-18, under-15 and under-12 teams. In the netball, they have A, B and C grade senior teams, as well as under-17, under-15 and under-13A & B junior teams. The club also runs Auskick and NetSetGo programs during the first half of the season.

The following committee members can be contacted:

Greg Spratling – President (0409 965 894)

Nev Nuske – Football Director (0419 586 296)

Ally Clack - Netball Director & NetSetGo (0400 250 053)

Michael O’Beirne – Auskick (0409 950 752)

LINK to the official Website for the Carngham Linton Football & Netball Club

Linton and District Historical Society 

The Linton and District Historical Society was formed in 1981. As well as the town of Linton, the Society's geographical area includes Springdallah, Pittong, Happy Valley, Mannibadar, Piggoreet, Golden Lake, and Pitfield.

The Society's objectives are to:

  • foster historical interests and disseminate knowledge of Linton and District
  • undertake and encourage historical research
  • collect items of historical interest
  • promote the preservation of items of historical interest
  • raise funds for the fulfilment of the above

The Society occupies and has renovated two historic buildings in Linton – the old Nelson’s Undertakers building, now called The Letty Armstrong Resource Centre, where meetings are held and our collection is housed, and the 1874 Linton Free Library, which is used for special functions and displays. The Library has been nominated for the Victorian Heritage Register, because of its intact nineteenth century interior, which includes a large book collection that gives a fascinating picture of what readers in Linton once found interesting.

The Society has a collection of objects and papers relating to the history of Linton and the district, and in particular, it has an extensive historic photograph collection.

Some of the records we keep are: cemetery records, school enrolments (but only 1904 to 1934 have survived) and some Sunday School enrolments, town maps, lists of Anglican and Catholic marriages, hard copies of Grenville Standard newspapers 1895-1900, and odd records of Friendly Societies, rate payers’ lists, the Old Lintonians Association, etc. We also have a variety of memorabilia large and small.

Meetings are held on every second on the 3rd Monday of the month as follows:

  •  February
  • April
  • June
  • September
  • November

at 7.30pm at the Letty Armstrong Resource Centre, 71 Sussex Street Linton.  These mostly take the form of ‘History Nights’ where there is a presentation and discussion of a particular historical topic, perhaps involving a speaker or the showing of a DVD.  

Resource Centre Opening Hours are 

The second Sunday of each month (except January, July and August), 2-5pm.

We are always keen to have new members and the active interest and participation of our existing ones.

All enquiries should be addressed to:

The Secretary (Correspondence)

Linton and District Historical Society

PO Box 41 

Linton 3360

Linton CFA

New members are always welcome.

Meetings take place on the first Thursday of the month at 8:00 PM at the Linton CFA Duty Officer: 5344 7384

Linton Cemetery Trust

The Cemetery Trust provides and maintains the cemetery grounds for interments: Monuments lawn section and ashes memorial garden.

Working bees are held monthly on a Saturday morning and volunteers are always welcome. Working bee dates are published in the Linton News.

For enquiries, contact the Trust Secretary, Lee Monette, on  0492 986 759.

Golden Woady Senior Citizens

Weekly meetings are held at the Linton Recreation Reserve unless otherwise indicated.

Activities include lunches, indoor bowls, card games, and outings.

President: Doreen Rangin 5344 7474

Treasurer: Angus McIntosh 5344 9574

Please email the Linton & District Progress Association via if you would like to add your club or association to this website.