City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC, Western Australia, 6965
Telephone: (08) 9411 3444

Regional Seniors Group Programs


Phone: 08 9411 3444

Regional Seniors Group

Background | Aims | RSG Seniors' Clubs Calendar | Membership


The Regional Seniors Group (RSG) was established in 2005 under the banner of the Cockburn Community Development Strategy. The Group consists of members representing the various Seniors Clubs within the Cockburn area.

The group meets bi monthly to network, discuss relevant issues and work on projects and interests that benefit seniors accross the whole City of  Cockburn.  


The group's purpose is dedicated to enhancing the lives of older people living in Cockburn.  The RSG encourage's the principles of Active Aging to optimise opportunities for health, participation and security in order to enhance quality of life as people age (World Health Organisation, 2002). 

All the Seniors Clubs that represent the RSG have their individual Club meetings regularly. If you would like to join a club, please contact the following people.  






Probus Club of Cockburn
9.20am to 11am monthly
Ph: Peter
9417 3003

Cockburn Senior Citizens
9am to 3pm
Ph: Jan
9337 3772

Cockburn Senior Citizens
9am to 3pm
Ph: Jan
9337 3772

Cockburn Senior Citizens
9am to 3pm
Ph: Jan
9337 3772

Atwell Over 50s
11.45am to 2.30pm
Ph: Fred
9414 5512 

St Jerome's Seniors Club
10am to 12pm
Ph: Pam
9418 2137

Cockburn Prime Timers
9.30am to 12 noon
Ph: Val
9337 1680


Coolbellup Leisure Club
9.30am to 12 noon 
Ph:Bill 93371102



South Lake Seniors
1pm to 3pm
Ph: Veronica
9417 2838



Southwell Friendship Club
Fortnightly 12pm to 2.30pm
Ph: 9418 4296



The requirement to be part of the RSG is as follows. Application to join the Group can be made through the City of Cockburn and the Regional Senior Group will determine acceptance.

Criteria for membership:

A community based, non profit organisation within the City of Cockburn that fits into the RSG definition of a Seniors Club *

* Note : The RSG defines a Seniors Club as a group that:

  1. Consists of community members over the age of 50; and
  2. Promotes and supports the wellbeing of seniors by enhancing their lives; and
  3. Encourages social inclusion amongst seniors through various annual events, workshops and activities
  4. The inclusion of any new Seniors Club will be voted on at an RSG meeting.