Social Clubs for the Elderly

Our social clubs seek to support the carers of people who are frail aged or those who are living with dementia.

What is a social club?

HammondCare's social clubs provide a social environment where older people can take a break from their home environment, connect with their community and spend a day socialising.

While helping older people or people living with dementia through inclusion and interaction, the social club allows you, as a carer, to take a break and enjoy some time to look after yourself, while our trained and experienced social club team cares for the person you usually look after. 

For those attending the club, there are plenty of activities to enjoy, including outings and social events, in a caring and friendly environment. Of course, club members may also choose to just relax and do very little.

Find out more about our Social Club locations by clicking the links below:

Banksia Social Club, Kyogle

Beachcomber Social Club, Manly

Eden Social Club, North Lakes

Elderwise Social Club, Scone

Ironbark Social Club, Hammondville

Lyrebird Social Club, Berowra

Richard Geeves Social Club, North Turramurra

River Gum Social Club, Wyong

River Oak Social Club, Erina

Sanderling Social Club, Cromer

Sinclair Social Club, Miranda

Shearwater Social Club, Tweed Heads

Watergum Social Club, Mona Vale

Waratah Social Club, Casino

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What can you expect at the social club?

  • Morning tea, lunch, dessert and drinks
  • To make new friends and catch up with old ones
“It’s a great place for quiet moments, chatting, or enjoying outdoor activities with other people. There’s always something different to enjoy.” - Louise

To read more about HammondCare at Home services and pricing, click here.


Yes, we currently have Social Clubs in Kyogle, North Lakes in Queensland, Scone, North Turramurra, Erina, Cromer, Miranda, Tweed Heads, Hammondville, Casino, Mona Vale and Berowra. Social Clubs offer outings and social activities that aim to brighten the day and connect clients with people in the local community. Clients can also choose to spend the day relaxing and just enjoying the company of others within the community. 

Clients benefit by engaging in enjoyable activities in a caring and friendly environment. Meeting new people and experiencing activities outside of the home can be refreshing and uplifting. Activities can include - but are not limited to - socialising with peers, meeting new people, going on bus outings, gardening, exercise sessions, board games, reading, crafts and helping in the kitchen. 

Social Clubs can help maintain a sense of purpose, provide enjoyment through chosen activities, provide an opportunity to be a part of a community environment and to meet new people. 

To find one of our Social Club locations, either visit our website or contact the HammondCare Team on 1800 826 166. We currently have Social Clubs in Kyogle, North Lakes, Scone, North Turramurra, Erina, Cromer, Miranda, Tweed Heads, Hammondville, Casino, Berowra and Mona Vale. If you do not find a HammondCare Social Club in your local area, please talk to our team and we can connect you with recommended Social Clubs. 

Clients enjoy a wide variety of meaningful activities from assisting in the kitchen, gardening, games, reading, painting, outdoor activities, reminiscing or just relaxing. Clients also enjoy socialising at morning tea and lunch with nutritious meals prepared every day. 

Social Clubs provide social engagement and a feeling of community, which is beneficial and provides enjoyment. Being with others can brighten the day and provide a relaxing break from the home environment. 

Attending a Social Club is a great way to meet new people. Interaction with others through activities and conversation builds new and interesting friendships. 

Clients arrive from 09:30am, and the day is tailored depending on the interests of the group. This can look like sharing morning tea and having a catch-up. Exercise sessions and social activities are on offer and meals are included. Home-cooked and nutritious meals are prepared fresh on the day and cooked on site, with the help of our clients if they wish to participate.

Social Clubs provide weekly visits for clients, respite for clients and carers, information regarding other services and how to access them, as well as pastoral care services.

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We would love to hear from you. We're open 24/7 to answer any questions you may have. Please give us a call on 1800 826 166 or make an enquiry below:

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