Our social activities for adults, teenagers and children are held at our community centres and in the community with other people who share similar interests. You can join in on our fun activities in a safe environment. Take a weekend break away and enjoy terrific adventures or learn new skills, gain confidence and build friendships.
Click below to find out more about all our social programs.
For adults, teenagers and children
Our holidays and weekend activities are a terrific way that people can meet friends and spend sometime exploring some of the most interesting places across Melbourne and Victoria.
We run holiday programs and weekend social activities from Kew and Wantirna. You might go out for lunch or dinner. You might watch a live band, have a go at karaoke, cheer your footy team or even have a round of mini-golf.
Plus, each term we have a planning day where you can help decide activities for upcoming programs.
When it comes to overnight experiences, we go to a range of holiday sites across Victoria. You can stay in a cabin or bunkhouse and we usually cook our own meals.
For children aged 6-18.
Out of School programs operate Monday to Friday during the school terms, from 3pm to 6pm.
We have three Out of School Care programs.
You’ll find us in Ashwood (for children 6-18), Mt Evelyn (teens from 12-18) and St Paul’s College in Balwyn (primary and secondary students, before and after school care).
We’ve got fun activities at all venues including activities such as art and craft, games, cooking, social skills, outdoor play, music and movement and movies. A number of funding options are available.
Call 1800 798 921
For Adults 18 +
It’s important you develop social circles and have the opportunity to take part in activities. This can lead to developing friendships, career interests or new skills in an areas you’ve been wanting to try.
At our community centres people to come together, develop and gain skills, and build friendships and connections. We provide vocational, social and community activities which aim to increase your independence, confidence, job and life skills.
These activities happen with groups of people who share similar likes, interests and goals. Or you can tailor these supports to suit your individual needs.
Activities can include money handling and budgeting, cooking, gardening, discos, excursions and more. But you can always discuss your individual preferences with us.
We’ll help you gain confidence and make friends and provide opportunities for volunteering, work experience and developing life skills.
Call 1800 798 921