We can support you with a range of activities to help you stay connected to others and take care of your wellbeing.

Our Social Centres are designed to help you make new friends, engage in your interests and hobbies with others, and even develop new ones. Managed by our compassionate care team and volunteers, we can help you participate in activities that keep you connected, independent, and healthy. 

Our activities can differ across Centres and are catered to each of our members’ interests and needs. They can include:

  • music and art and craft sessions
  • BBQs and picnics
  • cooking and meal preparation
  • gardening
  • light exercise classes
  • guest speaker activities and community group events
  • social outings in the community.

You’re also welcome to sit with us for tea and a casual chat, or join a group to share your favourite stories and interests with others. 

We change our activities regularly so that you can benefit from a wide range of experiences with different people. You can also work with our care team to plan out activities that you and others can enjoy.

Spending time at our Social Centres can also give your carers time to take a rest and care for their needs.


Our centres are available across Perth, Peel and South West regions:  


  • Everglades: 201 High Road, Willetton  (Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 3.00pm) 
  • Fremantle: 12 Laidlaw Street, Hilton  (Monday to Thursday, 9.00am to 3.00pm) 
  • Pendana: 2 Nyamup Way, Bentley  (Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 4.00pm) 
  • Queens Park: 1 Elshaw Street, Queens Park  (Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 3.00pm) 

Peel and South West: 

  • Bridgetown: Lot 22 Pioneer Street, Bridgetown  (Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9.00am to 3.00pm) 
  • Mandurah: 72 Lakes Road, Greenfields  (Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 3.00pm) 
  • Margaret River: 7 Farrelly Street, Margaret River  (Monday to Thursday, 9.00am to 3.00pm) 
  • Rockingham: 5 Ray Street, Rockingham  (Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 3.00pm) 

To find out how to get started, call our Contact Centre on 1300 650 803 or complete our enquiry form today.

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Social Companionship

Support with daily tasks like showering, getting dressed, and taking your medications.

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Respite Support

Care for family members and carers, so they can rest and recharge.

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Support to travel to your appointments, the local shops, or other places of interest.

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In home Aged Care Services

From a little support at home to regular nursing care.

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Refer to us

To recieve government funded aged care, please contact My Aged Care through their online form, calling 1800 200 422. Alternatively your GP can make an e-referral.

Social centres services


Our Social Centres are only available in Western Australia.


Our services are suitable for people who may need a little support with everyday tasks due to age, impaired mobility, illness, or disability. 

If you are 65 years and over or are of Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander decent and are over 50 years, you may be eligible for Government Aged Care Funding for these services.

If you have been assessed and receive Aged Care Funding, contact us to arrange a visit today.

Private Care

All people aged 18 and over are eligible for private services.


To access funding for our aged care services, talk to your health professional or contact My Aged Care and ask for an assessment.

If you have government aged care funding, you can use this to pay for all, or the majority of the services you need. 

You may be required by the government to pay a Co-Contribution Fee towards the services you receive based on your financial circumstances. 

We can help you access your funding and manage any payments you have, so contact us today.

Find out more about our costs and contributions.

Private care

See our WA Private Services Price List for more details.

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