The Mosman Seniors Centre is a place for older people to relax, socialise over a meal or take part in one of our many activities with other older adults from the local community. Take a dance class, join a discussion group, learn Tai Chi or simply drop in for a cup of tea or coffee or to use the computers or FREE WIFI.
The Centre is open Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm.
Street address: The Seniors Centre is located at Civic Centre in Mosman Square in Spit Junction.
Phone: 9978 4128
Seniors Centre Hire
The Seniors Centre is available for hire outside opening hours. Please contact Seniors Centre staff for more information on 9978 4128 or email the
Mosman Community Care team.
What’s Happening in the Senior Centre
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The Saturday Social Club is designed for Mosman residents who are frail aged or have a disability. Activities include outings, games and brain teasers, current affairs, music and gentle exercises. Transport, morning tea and lunch are provided.
When: First and Third Saturday of each month from 10am to 3pm
Where: The Seniors Centre
Contact: For more information contact Mosman Community Care team on 02 9978 4128 or 02 9978 4119, and by e-mail email@example.com
CHSP fee – per day (includes transport, support, morning tea and lunch) is $45
CDC Package – per day (includes transport, support, morning tea and lunch) is $95
New to computers or interested in getting more from them? Computer Pals might be the answer. This service is run by volunteers and provides one-on-one training, hands-on practice, internet access, members’ networking days and talks by professionals on a range of computer-related topics.
Courses run from the Seniors’ Centre for 5 weeks for $35 or 10 weeks for $60. (Price is GST inclusive.) Single sessions are $10.
Computer Pals is always interested in hearing from Seniors who would like to pass on their computer skills. If you would like to volunteer your time, please contact us. For more information, ring 9978 4128.
The Seniors Centre is equipped with a Broadband internet kiosk, offering older people the opportunity to discover how the web can help them stay in touch with friends and family, and provide access to the wealth of information available online. It has two computers with broadband access for use by anyone over the age of 55 in the Mosman community. Training is available and beginners are welcome.
Broadband for Seniors is part of an Australian Government initiative to increase the skills of older Australians using computers and the internet.
If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about computers and the internet, pay us a visit or contact us on 9978 4128 for more information on training and kiosk access times.
More information on the Broadband for Seniors initiative can be found at Broadband for Seniors