Seniors clubs and activities

Find community social clubs and activities for seniors available within the City of Stirling.

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Seniors clubs

Autumn, Pensioner, Retirees and Senior Citizen’s Clubs operate from most of the City’s community centres. They provide a meeting place for our older people who wish to participate in social, educational and recreational activities (various membership and activity fees may apply).

Seniors clubs activities

Activities can include:

  • Concerts
  • Bus trips
  • Dancing
  • Cards and bingo
  • Indoor bowls
  • Darts
  • Arts and crafts.
Seniors Fitness Classes

Seniors Fitness classes

There are a range of Seniors Fitness classes on offer at the City's Leisure Centres.

Stirling Leisure Centres – Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre, Leisurepark Balga and Scarborough Leisure Centre offer Stirling Seniors classes on a variety of days. The low impact fitness classes are designed for over-fifties and promote function movements, improving flexibility, balance and strength. The classes vary each week.

Visit the group fitness page and select your preferred centre for class times.

All classes are included in the flexible monthly memberships. There is also a 15% discount for eligible senior card holders.

Visit the membership and entry fee page for more information.

Seniors clubs contacts

Community centresClub name and contact
Stirling Community Centres - Balga

Balga Autumn Club

Address 81 Camberwell Road, Balga WA 6061

Contact name Kaye Costa, President


Phone (08) 9345 3561

Stirling Community Centres - Balga

Balga/Nollamara Pensioners Club

Address 81 Camberwell Road, Balga WA 6061

Contact name Reg Cookson, Club Secretary


Mobile 0422 558 618

Stirling Community Centres - Bob Daniel

Inglewood Seniors Club

Address 895 Beaufort Street, Inglewood WA 6052

Contact name Anne Smith, President


Phone (08) 9574 5592

Stirling Community Centres - Dianella

Dianella Autumn Club

Address 18 Kerry Street, Dianella WA 6059

Contact name Roslyn Wingate, Secretary


Phone (08) 9275 1193

Stirling Community Centres - Osborne

Osborne Seniors Club

Address 11 Royal Street, Tuart Hill WA 6060

Contact name Jenny Breen, President


Address (08) 9440 3228

Stirling Community Centre - Osborne

Tuart Hill Retirees

Address 11 Royal Street, Tuart Hill WA 6060

Contact name Jenny Breen, President


Mobile (08) 9440 3228

Stirling Community Centres - North Beach

North Beach Seniors Club

Address 20 Castle Street, North Beach WA 6020

Contact name Doreen Frost, President

Phone (08) 9447 2261

Stirling Community Centres - Nollamara

Nollamara Autumn Club

Address 72 Sylvia Street, Nollamara WA 6061

Contact name Michelina Field, President


Phone (08) 9342 7417

Stirling Community Centres - Scarborough

Scarborough Seniors Club

Address 173 Gildercliffe Street, Scarborough WA 6019

Contact name Carl Perrozzi, President


Mobile 0402 999 387

Stirling Community Men's Shed

The Stirling Community Men’s Shed enables members to take part in woodwork projects, socialise with others and raise awareness of men’s health issues in a safe, friendly environment.

Members craft various items from recycled or donated timber, using woodworking machines, power and hand tools. Funds raised through the sale of these items are invested back into the Shed to ensure that the facility remains a vibrant and valuable space for its members.

Members also have the opportunity to participate in gardening, handcrafts including our unique Men in Stitches program, seminars, outings and fundraising.

The Shed focuses on men's social and emotional health and wellbeing and targets residents aged 55 years and over who are semi or fully retired.

The Shed’s membership is currently open to new member applications.

The Men's Shed Shop is currently closed, please refer back to this website for updates around re-opening.

men's shed shop

Becoming a member

If you are interested in becoming a member of the shed you must be over 55 years of age, live in the City of Stirling and be retired or semi-retired.

Please contact the Men’s Shed Coordinator on (08) 9205 7625 for further information.

Women's Shed

Women's Shed - Scarborough

Located as part of the Scarborough Community Hub at 173 Gildercliffe Street, Scarborough, the Women's Shed is a space for women to come together and participate in a range of activities, workshops and programs to build their skills and form social connections.  

The City is pleased to enter a 12-month pilot project with the Joy of Wood. 

To find out more about the partnership and what's on offer at the Stirling Women's Shed please visit the Stirling Women's Shed

For more information, please phone (08) 9205 8579.

Contact details and opening hours

Address 8 Vasto Place, Balcatta WA 6021
Telephone (08) 9205 7625

Open Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 4.00pm.

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Other clubs and activities

Crafternoons, Image of women making craft


If you are interested in arts and crafts, want to meet new people, we hold Crafternoons in four different locations:

  • Stirling Community Centres - Osborne, Meeting Room, 11 Royal Street, Tuart Hill on Tuesdays, 1.00pm - 3.00pm
  • Stirling Community Centres - Scarborough, Main Hall, 173 Gildercliffe Street, Scarborough on Wednesdays, 1.00pm - 3.00pm
  • Stirling Community Centres - Nollamara, Main Hall, 72 Sylvia Street, Nollamara on Thursdays, 12.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Stirling Libraries - Inglewood, Meeting Room, 895 Beaufort Street, Inglewood on Thursdays, 1.00pm - 3.00pm.

There's no need to book - bring your own craft to work on and enjoy some time with like minded people.

For more information and to check current group times, please phone (08) 9205 8579.