Senior Citizens Clubs, Groups and Activities
Below is a list of clubs, groups and activities that may be of interest to those 45 years and over. Activities and availability are subject to change, please contact the clubs and associations directly for the most up to date information.
Port Phillip Life Activities Club is for over 45s and covers Port Melbourne, South Melbourne, Albert Park, Middle Park, St Kilda and Elwood. Enquire about membership on their website.
Port Melbourne Probus club is for active retirees living in the Port Phillip area. We meet every fourth Friday morning at Port Melbourne Neighbourhood Centre in Liardet Street when we socialise and listen to a variety of interesting speakers. Events and outings are arranged throughout the year. Prospective new members are welcome to come to our meetings. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
St Kilda Probus Would you like to go on fascinating day trips in a luxury coach and at the same time make new friends, then this may be for you. St Kilda Probus is a social club for active retirees that meets on the first Monday of each month, to hear from a variety of guest speakers and then journeys on the third Monday of the month to places of interest, stopping on the way for picnic morning tea and then lunch at pubs. As well as these activities, our club has a fortnightly Canasta game, group outings to live theatre such as Evita, monthly Sunday lunches “Christmas in July” and real Christmas lunch in December at the Savoy. All of these at a manageable price!
If this looks appealing to you, call our Secretary Nic Cecic, on 0410 553 993 to discuss attending one of our meetings and/or our bus trip, to see whether it’s “your cup of tea.”
University of the Third Age - U3A Port Phillipoffers many courses to help stay mentally active. Their are no academic entry requirements and the annual membership fee gives you access to these courses. Telephone: (03) 9696 3495. E-mail:email@example.com
Cora Graves Community Centre is located at 38 Blessington Street, St Kilda (opposite the St Kilda Botanical Gardens), and offers a range of community-based initiatives, including the delivery of the social support and centre-based meals programs. Residents can enjoy a nutritious, low-cost 3 course meal in a comfortable and social setting. The centre is wheelchair accessible.
Mary Kehoe Senior Citizens Club 224 Danks Street, Albert Park. Telephone: (03) 9699 4904. South Melbourne Gardening Club meets the third Wednesday evening of month at Mary Kehoe Community Centre. Telephone: (03) 9645 7490
South Melbourne Community Centre and Trugo Club Corner Park Street and Ferrars Place, South Melbourne.
Activities and classes program at South Melbourne Community Centre (subject to change)
DayActivity DetailsMondaySouth Melbourne Greek Senior Citizens Club 1 pm to 4.30 pm
Slimmers Group 6 pm to 8 pmTuesdayTai Chi for Seniors 9.30 am to 10.30 am PMNH call (03) 96451476
Trugo 12 midday to 4 pmWednesdayLegacy Widows Monthly
(2nd Wed. of Month) 10 am to 12 midday
City of Voices
Theatre group, rehearsal and workshop. 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm call (03) 9682 5390ThursdayLemnian Greek Senior Citizen Centre 9 am to 12.30 pm
South Port Retired Persons Group Dance 1 pm to 4 pm (pension week)
'Golden Age' South Melbourne Russian Senior CitizensFridayPort Phillip Chinese Women's Association. - Lunch and Social Activities
10.30 am to 2 pmSundaySouth Melb Greek Seniors Lunch, twice a month from 12 midday to 4 pm.
Sandridge Community Centre and Trugo Club 1 Tucker Avenue, Garden City
Port Melbourne Community Centre and Trugo Club 219 Esplanade East, Port Melbourne (Next to Edward's Reserve, between Liardet & Bridge Streets)
Gentle Exercises Groups (subject to change)
- Sol Green Community Centre
Corner Montague & Coventry Streets,
Time: 9 am
Telephone (03) PMNH 96451476
- Elwood Community Centre
63A Ormond Esplanade,
Telephone: (03) PMNH 96451476
- Layfield Court
70 Victoria Avenue,
Time: 2.30 pm
Telephone: (03) 9646 4413
- Tai Chi
Time: 10 am
Telephone: (03) PMNH 96451476
- Mary Kehoe Community Centre
Time: 10.30 am
Telephone (03) LFY 9682 5390
- Betty Day Community Centre
Time: 10.45 am - Chair based
Telephone: (03) 92096738
- Liardet Community Centre
Corner Liardet and Nott St.
Time: 9.15 am
Telephone: (03) PMNH 92096738 or 92096716
- South Melbourne Community Centre
Corner Park Street & Ferrars Place.
Time: 10.30 am
Telephone: Learn for Yourself (03) 9682 5390
Water Exercises (Subject to change)
St Kilda Swim Centre
97 Alma Road, St Kilda
Days: Tuesday and Friday
Time: 8.45 am to 9.45 am
Telephone: (03) 9209 6716
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