Find your nearest computer clubs for seniors who are interested in using computer technology for lifelong learning and communication.
Our physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual wellbeing services can take care of you inside and out. Subsidised by government via a Home Care Package. • No joining fees • No lock-in contracts • No hidden fees • No exit fees
Seniors Card is a free discount card providing members with access to NSW Government transport concessions, travel and business discounts.
Staying physically active is the single most important thing we can do to stay fit and independent as we get older. Physical activity is good for our bodies and our minds. It also helps us to remain independent and to get the most out of life. This website lets you find the many different exercise programs for over 50s in your local area.
The Pets of Older Persons (POOPs) program assists socially isolated elderly people in NSW by offering assistance with their pets in times of crisis. The POOPs Program aims to keep pets and their elderly owners happy, healthy and together in their own homes for as long as possible. Home visits can help with pet care, and temporary foster accommodation can be offered if a pet's owner needs to go to hospital.
NSW Seniors Festival in March is the largest festival for seniors in the Southern Hemisphere, reaching up to 500,000 seniors each year. If you are over 60, NSW Seniors Festival gives you the chance to make new friends or get together with old ones at an array of local community events, many which are free or heavily discounted. Every year during NSW Seniors Festival, government, community and commercial organisations hold hundreds of events across the state, encompassing art, sport, music, entertainment, technology, recreation, health, good nutrition and much more!
Join Australia’s largest FREE community-based walking network! Heart Foundation Walking makes regular physical activity easy and enjoyable. Walking groups are made up of various sizes and walk at different times, distances, days and levels of difficulty. If you don’t live near an existing walking group, why not start your own? Volunteer Walk Organisers are provided free training, resources and ongoing support. Or if you prefer to walk on your own, you can join as a ‘Virtual Walker’ and track your progress online. Take the first step towards better health and join a Heart Foundation Walking group today! Heart Foundation Walking is funded nationally by the Queensland Government.
Do Something Near You is a community directory and volunteer portal. The website helps you find charities, councils and communities where you can volunteer your time to help others.
Our physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual wellbeing services can take care of you inside and out. Available by private pay. • No joining fees • No lock-in contracts • No hidden fees • No exit fees