Seniors Clubs


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Seniors Clubs

Seniors Clubs are places where people can meet and socialise to build up relationships. Each local council should have a list clubs available in their area. The following link can give you more information about staying connected as well as a list of local councils websites for more information about seniors clubs.

Support for Seniors Clubs

To learn how to set up a Seniors Club contact Consumer Affairs for information on

  • Model Rules
  • Financial and other requirements
  • Record Keeping
  • Public Liability Insurance

If already a member and are there are some disagreements and disputes impinging on the clubs sustainability you can contact your local council or Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria for help.

What to do when it all goes wrong? Supporting Senior Citizens Groups in Conflict Webinar 

As our aging population steadily increases, Seniors Information COTA Victoria and the Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria (DSCV) has also experienced an increase in interest from local government workers and health service providers, looking at ways to manage and prevent disputes occurring in senior citizen groups.

An expert panel drawn from Justice Connect, Consumer Affairs Victoria and the Whittlesea Council Social Development team discussed the legal and practical ins and outs of supporting senior citizen groups in conflict. Listen to the webinar as a podcast below.


Anna Lyons

Senior Lawyer | Not-for-profit Law | Justice Connect

David Betts (Business Services Manager ) Regulatory Transaction Centre | Consumer Affairs Victoria

Maria Tancredi | Seniors’Clubs Support Officer

Positive Ageing Team – Aged and Disability Services (Whittlesea Council)

John Brennan | Dispute Assessment Officer

Dispute Settlement Centre Victoria

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  4. June Raeburn says:

    How do I go about getting Wi-fi connected to our Senior Citizens Hall in Stawell. The council own the property and there is a phone line connected which they pay for. We have line dancing and singing groups that need to have music down loaded and members have been using their own mobile phones and data to do this for the club however it is using their own personal data up. I did check with council and was told they do not intend to extend the free wi-fi out of the shopping area as it was for tourists. Our club is situated only a couple of hundred metres, at the most, from the shopping area.
    Hoping you can steer me in the right direction.

  5. Hi June,
    Thank you for your comment. One of our team members is responding to your request.
    Please keep connected 🙂
    Have a nice day!
    COTA Team

  6. Teresa gatt says:

    Like to join a seniors club

  7. Hi Teresa,
    Thank you for your message. Please find more information on the link below:
    Have a nice day!
    COTA Team

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