Where can people over the age of 50 go in the local area to form friendships, learn, contribute to the community, participate in sport.
60 & Better
The Burnie Brae Centre is a Not-for-Profit Incorporated Organisation.
It operates a large senior citizens centre offering a wide range of social, educational and recreational activities and community services for ?fitter? seniors, frail aged persons and younger people with disabilities.
Caravanning Queensland joins the peak industry bodies in this state for caravan dealers, manufacturers, camping suppliers, service providers, etc. as well as caravan park operators through two related associations.
If you live in South East Queensland or you intend visiting friends or relatives in Brisbane or the Redland Shire why not drop in and meet our friendly Staff and Volunteers. We are sure you will find many things of interest.
GOLD (Growing Older and Living Dangerously), a Brisbane City Council Active and Healthy Lifestyle program, provides free or low-cost activities for residents 50 years and over.
Golden Years Senior?s Centre promotes healthy and happy lifestyles for older people and provides the means to enhance the quality of life for older people and people with disabilities and their carers. The centre holds concerts, group activities, social outings, bus trips, barbecues, product demonstrations and market days. These events are open to centre members, clients and the wider community. Transport to these events may be available to eligible clients, contact the centre for details.
TAFE Queensland is the largest provider of practical, relevant and quality education and training in Queensland, delivering some 800 programs and courses to over 250 000 students each year.
U3A – the University of the Third Age – is an international movement that encourages retired people to take part in lifelong learning activities for pleasure. U3As allow people to study in a relaxed environment at low cost. There are no prior qualifications, no exams and no degrees awarded.
The Waterloo Bay Leisure Centre have wide range of activities and entertainment which is provided for members with emphasis on participation, rather than observation. These activies include arts and crafts courses, indoor activities such as bowls, snooker, table tennis, etc line dancing. The centre is staffed wholly by volenteers who in turn raise money required to continue operating the centre as it does not receive any operational funding from Federal, State or Local Government.