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Bayside Healthy Ageing Guide

We are proud to support senior community groups and provide opportunities for people 55+ years to age positively, feel welcomed, valued, respected, and included.

Choose from a range of activities and programs including music, performance and dance, arts and craft, history and tours, cultural, health and wellbeing, games and cards and sports and recreation. We hope this guide will inspire you to expand your horizons and enrich your lives by making connections and exploring new opportunities in the Bayside community.

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For further information contact Council’s Healthy Ageing team at healthyageing@bayside.vic.gov.au or call 9599 4373.

Tips for joining activities, groups or clubs

When considering looking for a group or club to join, while there are many options to choose from, it can be hard to know where to begin. To help get you started we have provided a list of questions and ideas to think about.

  • What are your interests or hobbies? Is there something you’ve always wanted to try?
  • Do you want to join a group for fun, to make friends, to share a common interest or maybe to help make a change in something you are passionate about?
  • Do you want to find an activity that is available all year or perhaps casually like going to the movies or a show?
  • Do you know anyone else who might like to join in with you? Or perhaps you know someone who already attends a group – you could ask them to take you along!

Making contact with a club or group

Where possible, we have provided group contact details and links so you can obtain the most up to date information about the group. We recommend users of the guide make their own enquiries direct with the groups so as to make an informed decision. Some questions you may want to ask include:

  • Is there a ‘try before you buy’ option? Can you have a go to see if you like it first without having to join or pay fees?
  • How much will it cost to join in?
  • Will there be any special requirements – like clothing or equipment?
  • Ask for the name of a contact person who can answer any questions and perhaps provide a tour or orientation.
  • Where is the closest bus stop or train station?

Where details are not provided, contact Council’s Healthy Ageing Team

9599 4373  healthyageing@bayside.vic.gov.au

Online directory

Bay Quilters

Beaumaris Community Centre, 96 Reserve Road, Beaumaris
secretary@bayquilters.com.au

Connect with a friendly group of likeminded women supporting the knowledge of quilting. BYO lunch, mug and handwork.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Bayside Gallery

Corner Carpenter and Wilson Streets, Brighton (entry on Wilson Street)
9261 7111
gallery@bayside.vic.gov.au

The Bayside Gallery is a space for everybody to enjoy art. Their curated exhibition program gives residents and visitors the opportunity to engage with inspirational work from renowned International, Australian and local artists. The Gallery offers a comprehensive program of art-related activities for all ages and abilities including their popular ‘Great art detective’ for children and the ‘Connections: art and dementia’ program. The Gallery has an annual program of exhibitions as well as offering behind the scenes insights into their creative spaces.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Beaumaris Art Group lnc

84-98 Reserve Road, Beaumaris
info@beaumarisartgroup.com 

Located behind Beaumaris Library the Beaumaris Art Group studios provide great facilities to paint, draw, sculpt, pot and use mixed media. Surrounded by lovely parkland, the relaxed studio environment welcomes you to roll up your sleeves, to enjoy the facilities and be creative.

The venue indicates they have toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Brighton Art Society

Brighton Town Hall, Cnr Wilson and Carpenter Streets, Brighton
9553 8506
brightonartsociety@icloud.com 

Tutored and untutored art classes are available to suit those interested in water colour, oil, acrylic, pastel, pencil and other mixed media. Classes are available during the day and evenings. Art demonstrations and workshops by renowned artists are also provided to inspire and guide creativity.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Country Women’s Association (CWA) of Vic Inc – Bayside Branch

Hampton Senior Centre,
14 Service Street, Hampton
9599 4373 (Bayside Healthy Ageing)
cwabayside@gmail.com

This local Bayside branch of the Country Women’s Association meets weekly to support the community, fundraise, hone their crafts and enjoy friendships.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


The Bayside Writers’ Group

9599 4373 (Bayside Healthy Ageing) 
baysidewritersgroup@bigpond.com

A group that attracts locals who have a passion for writing books, poems, or film scripts. They meet bi-monthly, 2pm on Thursdays at a Bayside café.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.

Bayside Bridge Club

Hampton RSL,
25 Holyrood Street, Hampton Beaumaris Bowls Club,
1 Martin Street, Beaumaris
0483 112 412
baysidebridgeclub@gmail.com

Play bridge for fun and social connectedness.From novice to grand masters, everyone is welcome. Operating from two locations, lessons are available for introduction, intermediate and advanced players.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Beaumaris Snooker

Beaumaris Seniors Centre, 84 Reserve Road, Beaumaris
secretary@lifesandringham.org.au

The Sandringham Life Activities Club welcomes players to Beaumaris to come along and play some social and friendly snooker or billiards. There are two 3/4 size billiard tables and new members of all levels are very welcome.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Highett Senior Citizens Club

Highett Neighbourhood Community House, 2 Livingston Street, Highett
9555 3797
office@highett.org.au 

Come along and brush up your table tennis skills or play canasta with new friends at Highett Neighbourhood Community House. The centre offers mixed play across 5 table tennis tables catering for beginner and experienced players. All levels are welcome with refreshments served at the end of play. From time to time members enjoy social outings and local pub lunches together.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.

Brighton Historical Society lnc.

Brighton Town Hall, Cnr Wilson and Carpenter Streets, Brighton
9553 8650
brightonhs@gmail.com

Located in the Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre (Brighton Old Town Hall), the society is home to an extensive and diverse historical collection including photos, documents, maps, art, artefacts and a large costume collection of State significance. The society offers opportunities for researching, writing articles and cataloguing the history of Brighton for future generations.

The venue states toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport are available.


Friends of Black Rock House

Black Rock House,
34 Ebden Street, Black Rock
9589 5763
friendsofblackrockhouse@gmail.com

The Black Rock House is a period home significant to the history and architecture of Bayside. The Friends of Black Rock House maintain and preserve the historic house for the enjoyment of locals and tourists alike. There is plenty to contribute to this enthusiastic ‘Friends’ society including hosting guided tours, collection cataloguing, arranging community events at the house, and collecting information on its history.

The venue states toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access and access to nearby public transport are available.


Sandringham & District Historical Society inc.

62 Bay Road, Sandringham (temporary site see website for update)
9597 0985
secretary@sandringhamhistorical.org.au

History enthusiasts will enjoy visiting the Sandringham & District Historical Society. The society collects, preserves and catalogues material relevant to the history of Sandringham, Black Rock, Beaumaris, Hampton, and parts of Highett and Cheltenham. The society also records oral histories from local residents and past residents. Visitors can foster their local historical interest by browsing through books, articles, newsletters and displays. Opportunities are available to ask questions and locals can explore the history of their surroundings and enjoy looking up their house data. General meetings with interesting speakers are held every three months.

The venue states toilets,  ramp access and access to nearby public transport are available.

Bayside Libraries

Online
9261 7125
BaysideLibrary@bayside.vic.gov.au 

Bayside Library Service offers face-to-face training and webinar workshops to assist residents in getting started using technology and to safely navigate the digital world.Training is run by experienced students, volunteers and trainers and all you need is a device that is connected to the internet.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Bayside University of the Third Age (BU3A)

Various locations – see website for details
9589 3798
baysideu3a@gmail.com 

BU3A offer a range of computer and technology training for beginner and novice learners to the experienced users who are keen to revise and further develop their skills.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


BeConnected

Online
Be Connected is an Australian Government initiative aimed at increasing the confidence, skills and online safety of older Australians when they use the internet and technology. The BeConnected website enables people to access interactive learning activities, training courses, web apps and ‘how-to’ videos at their own pace. There are training courses covering the basics of using computers and digital devices, all designed to appeal and be of interest to older Australians.
 

Bayside University of the Third Age (BU3A)

Various locations – see website for details
9589 3798
baysideu3a@gmail.com

Bayside University of the Third Age (BU3A) is a learning exchange for retired and semi- retired adults. A place to learn, a place to teach, a place to continue exercising the mind and body. There are formal and informal classes, talks and demonstrations and it’s a great way to meet new Bayside friends. Classes and activities run during the school terms both online and at venues across Bayside and cover a variety of topics including: arts and crafts, culture, computers, technology, mind and body exercise, history, literature, music, science and more.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Brighton Bayside Life Activities Club

Various locations – check website for details
secretarybblac@gmail.com

With an emphasis on fun, friendship and enjoyment, this club offers more than 35 activities each week from short walks to bushwalks, cycling to riding adventures, picnics to fine dining, table tennis, mah-jong, cards, golf and armchair travel. Join this club with likeminded community members to make new friends, be active and stay young at heart.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Sandringham Life Activities Club

Former Masonic Hall,
23 Abbott St, Sandringham
secretary@lifesandringham.org.au

This club offers a selection of diverse activities which encourages members to keep physically and mentally active while enjoying the company of others. Activities include exercise, dancing, Tai Chi, dining out, games, craft, snooker, table tennis, social functions and Christmas celebrations. The club attracts members those in or heading towards retirement who seek friendship in this life changing transition.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Probus

Various locations – see website for details
1300 630 488

Probus Clubs are about friendship, fellowship and fun in retirement. Their purpose is to advance intellectual and cultural interests amongst adults by providing opportunities to progress healthy minds and active bodies through social interaction, activities, expanding interests and making new friends in the community. There really is something for everyone including, day trips, cinemas viewings, live theatre, dine-outs, walking, monthly meetings with interesting speakers and much more.There are over 10 Probus Clubs located in Bayside.

Bayside Brighton Men’s Shed

210 Dendy Street, Brighton
brightonmensshed@gmail.com

Meet for companionship, inclusion and sharing or learning new skills. The club welcomes all skill levels to enjoy a fully equipped wood and metal workshop. The addition of the kitchen provides an option to enjoy the delights of cooking classes.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Bayside Men’s Shed

36 Bonanza Road, Beaumaris
baysidemensshed@gmail.com

The Shed invites men of all skill levels to come together to undertake projects for the community as well as those for personal enrichment. The shed is fully equipped with wood working machines and tools plus a metal turning section. Members are able to work on projects at their own pace and in their own time. A key focus of the shed is to advance the wellbeing and health of its members and to support social inclusion.

The venue indicates they have toilets, ramp access and access to nearby public transport..

Bayside Rostrum Club 54

Castlefield Community Centre,
505 Bluff Road, Hampton
vicclub54@rostrum.com.au
An enjoyable way to learn and practise a variety of public speaking and communication skills. Rostrum members are of all ages and from all walks of life, with a common link to develop confidence in speaking and verbally communicate better.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Brighton Theatre Company

Brighton Town Hall, Cnr Wilson and Carpenter Streets, Brighton
0493 069 479
enquire@brightontheatre.com.au

The Brighton Theatre Company is a place for actors and artists of all stages and ages. Whether you’re just starting out or looking for a place to develop your craft, locals are encouraged to get involved and be a part of a vibrant and welcoming community. Members can participate in many aspects of a production including acting, wardrobe, lighting, sound operation, stage management, set building and front of house. The theatre group organises four productions each year.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access and access to nearby public transport.


Dance for Parkinson’s & Wellbeing Hampton

Hampton Senior Centre,
14 Service Street, Hampton
 dance4wellbeing@gmail.com

Dance for Parkinson’s & Wellbeing Hampton offers members of the Bayside community with access to social, fun and physical seated and standing dance classes. While specifically aimed at people with Parkinson’s, the class is open and welcoming to all who wish to enjoy movement to music. Prior to each class, enjoy time to have a cuppa and chat.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Merry Melodies

St. Agnes Anglican Church,
35 Arkaringa Crescent, Black Rock
9599 4373 (Bayside Healthy Ageing)

Come and join or listen to a group of retired professional musos, singers and music fans belt-out a good old-fashioned sing-a-long of old favourites. Merry Melodies Live Variety Concert and sing-a-long is held at St Agnes Anglican Church, Black Rock on the third Tuesday of the month commencing at 1.30 pm. Merry Melodies welcome new members and friends to join throughout the year. Afternoon tea is provided.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Sandbelt Toastmasters Club

Beaumaris Library, Small Hall
96 Reserve Road, Beaumaris
sandbelt.tm@gmail.com

This warm and friendly club is a fun, non- profit educational club that develops public speaking and leadership. Members will be assisted to find a voice and learn to excel at speaking in any situation. Take advantage of their “3 Free Visits” before deciding if Toastmaster’s is right for you.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Sing Australia Bayside

St Leonard’s Uniting Church, Cnr Wolseley Grove and New Street, Brighton
8838 8995
singausbayside@gmail.com

This community singing group welcomes all ages and abilities to unite and sing together in a very relaxed environment with no pressure to be perfect. There are no auditions nor requirements to read music. We encourage everyone to sing with their own voice, have fun and offer the chance to form friendship by the great connection singing together offers.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Vocally Wild Choir Inc.

Beaumaris Community Centre, 96 Reserve Road, Beaumaris
secretary@vocallywild.org.au

Vocally Wild is a mixed, non-auditioned community choir and anyone who loves singing is welcome. The choir is a regular performer at many Bayside events including the Bayside Carols in the Park and the annual Beaumaris RSL ANZAC Day Parade.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.

Bayside Community Nursery

315-317 Reserve Road, Cheltenham
9583 8408
friends@bayside.vic.gov.au
Bayside volunteering

Join the outstanding team of nursery volunteers to sow seeds, strike cuttings and propagate a wide variety of indigenous plants. Volunteers also help out with sales at the nursery Thursdays and Sundays from 10am – 12noon.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access and access to nearby public transport.


BirdLife Bayside

Highett Neighbourhood Community House,
2 Livingston Street, Highett
bayside@birdlife.org.au 

If you would like to increase your knowledge about Australian birds and their habitats, this is the club for you. Birdlife Bayside holds monthly meetings and outings from February to November each year. Each meeting features a guest speaker, door prize, and supper, whilst the outings take members to a variety of bird and wildlife habitats both local and beyond.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Dog walking

Various locations.
9599 4444
healthyageing@bayside.vic.gov.au
 

Walking your dog is a great way to exercise, spend time with your dog, relax and socialise. There are many parks and beaches in Bayside where you can walk your dog. The Council website has maps and information detailing off-leash areas, time restrictions and prohibited areas.


Friends and Environment Groups

Various locations. Refer to Banksia Bulletin for details.
9599 4444
banksia@bayside.vic.gov.au
volunteering@bayside.vic.gov.au
 

Bayside City Council supports a host of Friends and Environment groups who work to protect and conserve Bayside’s natural environment, coastal vegetation, wildlife and heritage. The volunteers of these groups put their love of nature and conservation to hard work throughout the year running activities which protect and enhance the natural beauty of Bayside. For news, events and group details visit the quarterly Banksia Bulletin.


Maritime Archaeology Association of Victoria Inc (MAAV)

Beaumaris Senior Centre,
84 Reserve Road, Beaumaris

This is an association of likeminded people who are interested in Victoria’s maritime heritage. The MAAV works closely with Heritage Victoria’s Maritime Heritage Unit in researching, surveying, cataloguing, conserving and promoting maritime past including the HMVS Cerberus. Regular meetings are held with guest speakers, project reports, video footage and social opportunities.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Parks, reserves and playgrounds

9599 4444

Bayside is well serviced with a variety of playgrounds found in parks and reserves. Amongst the streets in your neighbourhood there are many localised quiet, hidden away playgrounds, parks and gardens, ideal for exercise, meeting friends or entertaining little ones. You can find exercise circuits specific for seniors at Thomas Street, Hampton and North Road, Brighton. There are more than 60 playgrounds throughout Bayside.


Walking tracks and beach access

Download the Bayside Walks and Trails App on your mobile device, or download a PDF map 9599 4444
healthyageing@bayside.vic.gov.au

Walking is a popular pastime to maintain fitness, improve health or simply to relax, which is inexpensive and fun. It’s also a great way to discover the beauty of Bayside and learn more about our heritage. There are coastal trails and walks through the streets, parks and suburbs which are curated to be interesting and leisurely and designed for people of all ages and levels of fitness.

Neighbourhood Watch 3193

Various locations –
check website for details.
hw3193@gmail.com 

Neighbourhood Watch is a community- based crime prevention program which aims to improve the quality of life within a neighbourhood and increase the safety of our residents. This group is involved in a number of community events and activities including holding regular meetings at local hospitality venues, listening to guest speakers and discussing issues that are relevant to the needs of the community.

Neighbourhood Watch Sandringham 3191 Inc.

editor@nhwsandy3191.com

Neighbourhood Watch is a community- based crime prevention program which aims to improve the quality of life within a neighbourhood by minimising preventable crime and promoting closer community ties. They run special programs and events, assist with graffiti removal, have quarterly meetings and deliver newsletters. Refer to the club’s Facebook page for further details.


Rotary Clubs in Bayside

Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbours, friends, leaders, and problem- solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change. Join your local Rotary Club to help give back to the community, and invest in your personal growth. With five clubs in Bayside, you will certainly find one which fits your passion and purpose.

Rotary Club of Beaumaris
beaumarisrotary@gmail.com

Rotary Club of Brighton
secretary@rotarybrighton.com.au

Rotary Club of Brighton North
secretary@northbrightonrotary.org.au

Rotary Club of Hampton
secretary@hamptonrotary.org.au

Rotary Club of Sandringham
president@sandringhamrotaryclub.org.au


Lions Clubs

Lions Clubs offer the opportunity to meet new people, enjoy fellowship, learn new skills, personal development and to work with others on contributing to local and wider community needs. Activities at the Bayside Clubs include fund raising for the local community, social activities, club dinners with guest speakers and assisting local and international causes and projects.
See Bayside Clubs list

Sandringham Lions Club
sandylionsclub@gmail.com  

Beaumaris Lions Club
beaumlion@gmail.com

Brighton Lions Club
info@lions.org.au

Bayside Badminton Club

Sandringham Youth Centre
221 Thomas Street, Hampton
info@baysidebadminton.org.au

Enjoy social badminton with doubles games in a relaxed and friendly environment. Members range in age, background and ability from beginner upwards. The games are organised based on similar skill levels so everyone has a fair go.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Bayside Bushwalking Club

Various locations – see website for details
secretary@baysidebush.org.au
 

Enjoy the beautiful sights, sounds and smells of the bush with the Bayside Bushwalking Club. This clubs inspires people to walk in natural areas for enjoyment, health, well-being and appreciation of the Victorian bush. Members can participate in day walks, overnight walks and base camps filled with serenity, adventure and social connectedness. The club also hold monthly meetings with guest speakers to speak on topics of interest and relevance to the club.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets and accessible parking.


Bayside Veteran’s Cricket Club

Dendy Park Cricket Nets, Breen Drive, Brighton East
(Nets accessible from car park parallel to Breen Drive)
team@baysideveterans.cricket

Senior age cricketers who love this sport and would like to play socially or competitively are welcomed to joined this club. Competitions for people aged 60+ are provided mid-week as well as Sunday club games. Emphasis is on participation, friendship and enjoyment plus the promotion of physical and mental fitness in a peer group environment.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Beaumaris Bowls Club

1 Martin Street, Beaumaris
9589 2708
beaubowls@netspace.net.au

Beaumaris Bowls Club offers a wide range of social bowling activities and competition for members. Prior bowling experience is not required and coaching programs for beginners to advanced are available.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Black Rock Sports Club

2 Fern Street, Black Rock
9598 2336
secretary@blackrocksportsclub.com.au

A family friendly club offering lawn bowling and tennis. Catering for all ages and skills; beginners to experienced players. Facilities include; 1 x bowling green, 4 x en-tou-cas tennis courts and 4 x lawn tennis courts. The club is licensed and schedules regular live music, trivia and entertainment. BBQs are available on Friday evenings and barefoot bowls during day light savings.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Black Rock Yacht Club Swimmers

Black Rock Yacht Club foreshore ramp, Cerberus Way, Black Rock
9598 0570
manager@bryc.com.au

The enjoyment associated with swimming in salt water is evident in the increasing popularity of open water swimming amongst seniors. Attracting all ages and abilities the facilities available at the yacht club provide the opportunity to participate in regular weekly club swims all year round.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Brighton Beach Bowls

2B South Road, Brighton
9598 1594

Come play socially or competitively on the club’s synthetic green, beautifully located near Brighton beach. Day and evening games are played and the club offers a range of memberships to suit people’s needs. New members can trial for three months at no cost and tuition is available for beginners.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets and access to nearby public transport.


Brighton Bowling Club

Breen Drive, Brighton East
8520 9600
manager.brightonbowling@bigpond.com

A friendly club atmosphere where members can choose to play social, pennant, or barefoot bowls. Nestled in the spectacular and peaceful surrounds of Dendy Park this club provides both outdoor and indoor carpet greens spaces. Full or social membership available.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access and accessible parking.


Brighton Croquet Club

6 Bleazby Avenue, Brighton
brightoncroquetclub@gmail.com

The Brighton Croquet Club is a friendly social club that has long been part of Bayside’s history since 1915. Association and Golf Croquet make playing this sport both social as well as competitive. Play is available all year round and beginners and new members are welcome.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access and access to nearby public transport.


Brighton Public Golf Course

Dendy Street, Brighton
9592 1388
bgc@lmservice.com.au

Brighton Golf Course offers a true test of Sandbelt golf, that will test every level of golfer through its narrow fairways and small well-bunkered greens. Enjoy their fantastic facilities 7 days a week with casual visits, multi passes, and memberships available.

The venue indicates they have toilets and accessible parking.


Hampton Bowls Club

Cnr Earlsfield and Fewster Roads, Hampton
9598 5056
manager@hamptonbowlsclub.com.au 

The Hampton Bowls Club is a meeting place for the whole community; bowlers of all types; from barefoot to social and pennant; social members and businesses. Hampton Bowls Club also offers weekly mah-jong and bingo games.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Hampton RSL

25 Holyrood Street, Hampton
9598 0460
manager@hamptonrsl.com.au

This club hosts billiards and snooker tables for casual games as well as regularly hosting competitions. The snooker room is a fun and atmospheric way to enjoy a game with likeminded players.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Highett Bowls Club

6-8 Highett Grove, Highett
9555 4003
highettbowlsclub@bigpond.com

Conveniently located close to Highett Village and minutes from the train station the club offers family days, barefoot bowls, pennant and social play with a licensed bar and happy hour. For those wishing to try it out, there is equipment to use for lessons before joining into a game with friendly members.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, ramp access, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Sandringham Bowls Club

25 Tulip Street, Sandringham
9598 0417
sandringhambc@bigpond.com

Sandringham Bowls Club caters for all ages. The club encourages and welcomes new members to participate in pennant competition and social bowls. The club offers full playing and social memberships.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets,  accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Sandringham Croquet Club

Foreshore, opposite 96 Beach Road, Sandringham
sandycroquet@gmail.com

Croquet is a gentle form of exercise that involves walking, strategy, skill and socialisation. Located on the foreshore, Sandringham Croquet Club is one of the oldest sporting clubs in Bayside. They welcome new members and provide accredited coaching for both association and golf croquet. The club provides many social activities for members’ enjoyment.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Sandringham Over 55’s Tennis Club

Royal Avenue Tennis Centre, 30 Royal Avenue, Sandringham
0417 054 901

Royal Avenue Tennis Club hosts the mixed doubles tennis group providing affordable social tennis to those aged 55+ years of age. The club encourages past players to return to tennis and provides an opportunity for those who have never played to start. Tea and coffee facilities are available in the kitchen.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible parking and access to nearby public transport.


Sandringham Golf Club

Cheltenham Road, Cheltenham
0477 774 633
secretary@sandringhamgolfclub.org.au 

Recently updated, this 18 hole public golf course welcomes all golfers from beginners to single figure handicappers. Known as The Sandy, this course provides an excellent golfing experience for all.

The venue indicates they have toilets, accessible toilets and accessible parking.