Seniors clubs, groups and activities
Activities and availability are subject to change, please contact the clubs and associations directly for the most up to date information.
Port Phillip Men's Shed Association
Port Phillip Men's Shed Association (PPMSA) welcomes new members and suggestions about activities that may be of interest to you. Email: email@example.com
Port Phillip Life Activities Club
The 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
Port Melbourne Probus club is for active retirees living in the Port Phillip area. The club meets every fourth Friday morning at the South Melbourne Community Centre, Cnr Park Street and Ferrars Place, South Melbourne where they socialise and listen to a variety of interesting speakers. Events and outings are arranged throughout the year.
Prospective new members are welcome. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
St Kilda Probus club
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 a picnic, morning tea and then lunch at pubs.
As well as these activities, the club has a fortnightly Canasta game, group outings to live theatre such as Evita, monthly Sunday lunches, and 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 their secretary Nic Cecic, on 0410 553 993 to discuss attending a meetings or bus trip, and see whether it's 'your cup of tea.'
University of the Third Age - U3A Port Phillip
Offers many courses to help stay mentally active. Their are no academic entry requirements and the annual membership fee gives you access to the courses. Email: email@example.com or phone: 03 9696 3495
South Melbourne Community Centre and Trugo Club
Located on the corner of Park Street and Ferrars Place, South Melbourne, South Melbourne Community Centre has a range of activities and classes (subject to change):
City of Voices Theatre group, rehearsal and workshop 4.30 to 7 pm, phone: 03 9645 1476
'Golden Age' South Melbourne Russian Senior Citizens
Sandridge Community Centre and Trugo Club
Located at 1 Tucker Avenue, Garden City.
Port Melbourne Community Centre and Trugo Club
Located at 219 Esplanade East, Port Melbourne - next to Edward's Reserve, between Liardet and Bridge Streets.
Foreshore Disability Access
Information on the accessibility features of the City of Port Phillip's foreshore, including downloadable maps of the foreshore detailing the location of key points of interest.
Office for Senior Victorians
Committed to enhancing the quality of life of seniors by promoting positive ageing and encouraging the community to plan for an ageing population. Includes information on Recreation, Seniors Festival, Health, Services to Seniors and more.
Sport and Recreation Victoria
A state government agency assisting sport, recreation and racing to enhance the lifestyle of all Victorians.
Seniors Information Victoria
A free and confidential information and advisory service provided by Council on the Ageing (VIC) for older people, their relatives, friends and the wider community. Services include: housing options and choices including retirement villages, independent living units, hostels (low care facilities), supported residential services and nursing homes (high care facilities). Home based services and home maintenance, health and wellbeing, pensions and concessions, general information on legal and financial matters, lifelong learning opportunities, retirement, support services.
Life Activities Clubs Victoria
If you are in the over 50s age group, this is the place to find information on developing and maintaining an active and enjoyable life style whether you are retired, nearing retirement or still in the work force.
Grassroots Networking Foundation
Provides affordable access to a full range of technology solutions that will encourage the development of an informed civil and democratic society. Many people do not have access to the tools that are essential to full participation in the information age. Koori's, the elderly, the financially disadvantaged, those with disabilities, and residents of some rural regions lack an affordable and accessible telecommunications services. Further, lack of access to affordable hardware, software and support is also an inhibitor to participation.
Senior citizens, retirees, those about to retire, veterans, pensioners and carers will find this most comprehensive listing of information and links extremely valuable. Provided are links to Australian and State government departments, national and state associations, community service groups, aged care and retirement housing information, as well as to seniors lifestyle interests such as hobbies, sport, health, computing, finance and travel.