The Be Connected program allows older Australians to develop their confidence in a supportive environment and learn how to remain safe online while connecting with loved ones.

Enrol for FREE computer lessons for seniors and people with disabilities here at Kariong Neighbourhood Centre.

When: Thursdays 9am – 2.30pm. Our team of local volunteers are here for you.

Bookings Essential 4340 1724 |


Tai Chi is a great form of gentle exercise and relaxation, which is enjoyable, social, and suitable for people of all ages.

When: Wednesdays 9:00am – 10:00am, with instructor Helen (during school terms only)
Cost: $15.00

For enquiries please contact Helen or Daniel on 0435 121 520 or email:
Bookings are not essential. All welcome.


Pilates is wonderful for every body of every age. Seniors, in particular, can really benefit from a Pilates practice. Balance, strength, flexibility, focus, and your breath are all areas you may notice have changed with age. Pilates at its core works on improving all of those things. It is gentle enough to be right for you at any age, and every exercise can be modified on any given day to meet you where your body is that day.”

Join our class to learn more!

When: Mondays 9am – 10am during school term.

For more information – 4340 1724 |


Come along on Fridays between 11am and 1pm and join our Arts & Crafts group. Bring along any craft you are working on, or just come along for a chat.

Cost is $5


Our Food Relief Program is held at Kariong Neighbourhood Centre every Wednesday from 1:30pm – 2:30pm.
There is limited fresh fruit and vegetables, eggs and canned goods, depending on supplies. Other items include bread, rice and pasta, and breakfast cereal.

2 shopping bags ONLY per person.
Your $5 donation contributes to supporting programs and projects run by Kariong Neighbourhood Centre for our community.

For more information contact Kariong Neighbourhood Centre – 4340 1724 |


This course is suitable for anyone requiring a senior first aid certificate. Topics cover many of the emergency situations likely to require first aid. In the portion of the training, you are taught how to provide first aid with confidence. The distance learning component can be completed on-line via e-learning or in the traditional way using pen and paper. Those that are time challenged find this method very convenient.

For more information contact Directions Health:
Ph: 02 9486 3120 or visit