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What’s on in your area? Events for over 65’s

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Are you looking for some inspiration to get out and about? No matter where you live in Australia, there are always fantastic events and destinations just waiting for you to explore.


September 2022

Be Connected – technology courses for beginners

Be Connected is an Australian-wide program, with a wide range of beginner-level courses focusing on the use of daily technology and digital platforms. Courses include how to book online travel, how to use a smartphone, how to use a tablet/iPad and how to use search engines and the internet.

Running until the 13 September in WA is the Tablet and iPad Basics Course, offered for free at the Karrinyup Library.

Check out the full range of courses on their website.

When: Currently until the 13 September 2022, but ongoing dates are announced regularly

Where: Karrinyup Library

Cost: Free

Your Move Board Games Club

Are you a lover of board games? Then this one is for you! Running every Monday between 9:30am – 12:30pm, the Your Move Board Games Club meets at Subiaco Library to play chess, backgammon or mah-jong.

You don’t need to bring a thing! The Club provides the games – as well as free tea and coffee!

When: Every Monday, 9:30am – 12:30pm

Where: The Nook, Subiaco Library

Cost: Free

Line Dancing

Did you know that dancing can help to prevent dementia and other cognitive decline? What a great reason to start kicking up your heels! It’s also a great place to learn something new, have fun and meet people.

The class is tailored to seniors and a range of mobility levels, so you don’t need to worry about not being fit or experienced enough.

Classes are run every Monday morning at the Osborne Community Centre – with Bingo followed straight afterwards if you want to hang around and continue the fun.

When: Every Monday, 10am – 12pm

Where: Osborne Community Centre, 11 Royal Street, Tuart Hill

Cost: Free

High Tea

Treat yourself to some delicious freshly baked scones and a warming cup of tea. There’s nothing quite like a good high tea! Whether you want the full high tea experience, which a range of delicacies and matched beverages, or you’d rather just stick to the tradition jam and cream scones and English Breakfast, WA has some great options.


  • Cottage Tea Rooms, Swan Valley
  • Lavender Bistro, Swan Valley
  • The Cafe at Masonmill Gardens
  • Epicurean, Crown Perth
  • Rochelle Adonis, Highgate

When: Dependent on location, bookings are necessary.

Cost: $28-65

Road tripping!

Feel the sun on your face and the wind in your hair. There’s nothing quite like hitting the open road for a trip out into the fresh air of rural or beachside WA.
With so many amazing places to see, we’ve narrowed it down to our top WA 5 day trips:

  1. The Pinncales, Coral Coast
  2. Augusta, Margaret River
  3. Hamelin Bay, Margaret River Region
  4. Jurien Bay, Coral Coast
  5. Lancelin, Turquoise Coast

Where: wherever the day takes you

When: at your leisure (though we recommend a nice, warm sunny day)

Cost: Free (aside from the cost of petrol)

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