A longer life is an incredibly valuable resource. It provides the opportunity for rethinking not just what old age is but also how our whole lives might unfold. A launch of a series of community-based, older people health promotion and disease prevention events by Hindu Council of Australia (HCA). To build a strong and culturally cohesive community, HCA has been conducting similar health awareness programs across metropolitan Perth on Mental Health, Senior Citizen Wellness, Gender Based Violence. Hear from multidisciplinary health experts, lived experiences of patients and carers about medical-social aspects of ageing, ageing well, government funded services, role of holistic and need-based care services tailored to socio-cultural practices.
Sing-a-long to classic and new carols at this free, festive, family event.
Obtain a 101-understanding in the life cycle of stuff, enabling you to make a huge impact through better informed everyday choices.
Clean living for wellbeing, join our functional food workshops.
Discover, and taste the goodness of probiotics. Learn to improve
your health and wellness.
Come and join us for our fabulous Noongar language classes hosted by Marie Taylor, a Traditional Owner and Elder of Noongar Country.
Announcing the brand new Artisan Market.
Never fear, FOMO Lab is here! Get creative experiment and never miss out on new technology at this have-a-go workshop.
There are lots of different STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths) activities to choose from – try your hand at coding a robot, 3D printing, exploring some VR worlds or crafting something amazing.
Featuring Nao robot, Nintendo Labo, Sphero, LittleBits, 3Doodler, UP mini, Kano Harry Potter coding wand… and more! These sessions are all about exploration, innovation and creativity, no prior knowledge of technology is needed!
This multicultural morning tea invites newly arrived migrant, refugee and/or asylum seeker women, offering community health education and learning opportunities to enhance wellbeing, foster creativity and increases sense of purpose within the community. Over tea and conversations, it is providing a safe, friendly environment to create connection, build confidence, and allowing the women to participate in a new skill development through this collective.
The Community Citizen of the Year Awards give local governments the opportunity to acknowledge the contribution and celebrate community engagement of people within the community.