Going clubbing!

Many thanks for your feedback on what you like to do with your spare time and what clubs you belong to. We’d like to share your experiences with particularly good clubs, ideas you have for new clubs or simply things that are easy, cheap (or even better free!) to do in your area. Below are some ideas you’ve already sent us and if you have any more, feel free to {encode=”[email protected]” title=”share them with us.”}

Most of the clubs suggested are local but it gives you an idea of what is out there and a starting point to find what you’re looking for. Some of the other suggestions we were given were to try your local libraries, RSL clubs and churches, many of these often have different clubs that may interest you.

CAE book club

As well as providing short courses that you may find interesting, the Centre for Adult Education also support book groups all over Australia, providing all materials for a small annual fee. With over a 1,000 titles on offer, you’re sure to find something that interests you. Whether you wish to start your own book club or join and existing one, contact CAE for further information

University of the Third Age

U3A’s are great clubs to join if keeping your mind active is important to you. If learning a language, updating your computer skills, or developing your interest in art appeals, then your local U3A should be able to assist. There is also a social side to many U3A’s with many of them arranging lunch and dinner outings and even trips to the theatre. For more information click here

Cambelltown Catholic Club

Fernwood Womens’ Health Club

Hunter MG Club

Liverpool Catholic Club

Blackburn Central Probus Club

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