Social Clubs

Social Club

Social club activities are run on weekdays at Jean Willis House and Kwobarup Aboriginal Club in Hamilton Hill.
Our social clubs provide an opportunity for people to get out of the house, make friendships, pursue hobbies and interests, get some exercise and engage with their community.
Activities and outings are programmed but are optional and are heavily influenced by club members’ feedback and interests. Lunch and refreshments are always included.
As well as general programs for the elderly, programs are also customised for people with an illectual disability; people living with dementia and, at Kwobarup Aboriginal Club, for Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders. 
Seniors can also attend on a private basis with fees available upon request. Bus transport is provided to and from the Club and for outings.
 

Kwobarup Aboriginal Club

Kwobarup Aboriginal Club is a place for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander elders and people with disability to meet up and stay active.
The social club includes transport and meals and provides a chance for people to get out of the house, make and maintain friendships, pursue their interests and get some exercise.
Whether you are looking to get out the house and spend more time with other people, or you have a family member who would benefit from an Aboriginal club, we invite you to visit and experience Kwobarup – a good place!

More information and contact

The referral process is different for each program and the Cockburn Care team can help arrange an assessment with the right agency. To find out what services will work best for you and your family, contact our team on 08 9411 3780, or email cockburncare@cockburn.wa.gov.au
 

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Contact

Address

9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

Po Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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