Activities & events for seniors
- Growing Old and Living Dangerously program (GOLD)
- Reflect and Connect Memory Café
- Virtual reality program
- Meet me at the Museum
- Simple home exercise videos
- Senior citizen clubs
- Library activities
The Growing Old and Living Dangerously (GOLD) program provides a range of exciting and challenging activities for people aged 50 years and over, living in the City of Wanneroo.
- You will need to register as a GOLD member to participate in any activities. Contact us on 9405 5000 or email: email@example.com to join
- City of Wanneroo residents can call 9405 5000 from 8:30am, Wednesday 24 February 2021 (non City of Wanneroo residents can register from 8:30am on Friday 26 February 2021)
- Call 9405 5000 to register and obtain a booking number, this is used when completing the registration form found in the program
- The completed registration form must be returned to the City of Wanneroo, with full payment, 5 working days after you receive your booking number
For more information about current activities and how you can be a part of the GOLD program please call 9405 5000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Last Tuesday of every month // 10am - 11am
Where: Jamaica Blue, Ocean Keys Shopping Centre, 36 Ocean Keys Boulevard, Clarkson
Come along and make new friends at the Reflect and Connect Memory Café, meeting on the last Tuesday of every month from 10am-11am at Jamaica Blue, Ocean Keys Shopping Centre. The memory café is an inclusive, social setting for people living with memory loss, and their carers, to have a chat over morning tea. It is free to attend, with no bookings necessary.
Run by the City of Wanneroo and kindly supported by Alzheimer’s WA, Ocean Keys Shopping Centre and Jamaica Blue.
In this series of free sessions held at Clarkson Library on Mondays and Thursdays, strap on a pair of high-tech goggles and experience the sights and sounds of distant places through the magic of virtual reality.
Explore the past or embark on adventures you have always dreamt of doing. Visit the ruins of Ancient Rome, swim with dolphins – there’s all sorts of experiences to enjoy.
Virtual reality has been shown to have a positive effect on mood, reduce anxiety and depression, and improve social connection through shared experience.
A free morning tea will be provided to participants to enjoy whilst they chat about their virtual reality experience.
Space is limited and bookings are essential. Click the links below to book via Eventbrite.
|Mondays // 11:00am to 12:00pm
Clarkson Library foyer
|Thursdays // 11:00am to 12:00pm*
Clarkson Library meeting room
|Monday 15 March||Thursday 18 March|
|Monday 22 March||Thursday 25 March|
|Monday 29 March||Thursday 1 April|
|EASTER MONDAY||Thursday 8 April|
|Monday 12 April||Thursday 15 April|
|Monday 19 April||Thursday 22 April (1:00pm to 2:00pm)*|
|ANZAC DAY||Thursday 29 April (1:00pm to 2:00pm)*|
|Monday 3 May||Thursday 6 May (1:00pm to 2:00pm)*|
|Monday 10 May||Thursday 13 May (2:00pm to 3:00pm)*|
|Monday 17 May|
When: First Wednesday of every month
Where: Wanneroo Regional Museum, Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre, 3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo
Come along and reminisce at Meet me at the Museum, meeting on the first Wednesday of every month from 10:30am-12pm in the Wanneroo Regional Museum. With a different theme each month, this free drop-in event offers older adults the chance to sit back and share memories of times gone by with our friendly museum staff. Free tea and coffee are provided and all are welcome.
Designed specifically for adults over the age of 55 years, these simple home workouts feature warm up, strength, flexibility, and balance exercises.
The City has a number of exciting volunteer roles across a wide variety of City programs and services such as:
- Visitor experiences
- Technology help
- Community history
- Books on Wheels
- Job seeker program
- English Conversation Group.
To browse all current volunteering opportunities at the City, and for information on how to apply please visit our volunteering page.
There are several senior citizens clubs in the City that offer the opportunity for people to engage in a wide variety of activities. The main clubs are shown below:
Wanneroo Senior Citizens Club Inc
Wanneroo Community Centre, Civic Drive, Wanneroo WA 6065
Phone: (08) 9405 2628
Girrawheen/Koondoola Senior Citizens Centre
11 Patrick Court, Girrawheen WA 6064
Phone: (08) 9343 7702
Alexander Heights Senior Citizens Club
18 Linto Way, Alexander Heights WA 6064
Phone: (08) 9343 7877
Quinns Rocks Senior Citizens Centre
Gumblossom Community Centre, Tapping Way, Quinns Rocks
Phone: (08) 9406 8308
To find other seniors' special interest groups in the City, please visit the City's community directory.
The City of Wanneroo libraries help you to explore, discover, learn and create.
Whether you want to rediscover the joy of reading, learn new skills, lose yourself in your imagination or just relax and meet new friends, our libraries have just what you're looking for, whatever your age or interests.
Rocca Way, Wanneroo
Phone: 9405 5940
Corner Ebb Way & Ocean Keys Boulevard, Clarkson
Phone: 9407 1600
6 Patrick Court, Girrawheen Avenue, Girrawheen
Phone: 9342 8844
Yanchep/Two Rocks Library
Phil Renkin Recreation Centre, Lisford Avenue, Two Rocks
Phone: 9561 1110