Concord Senior Citizen's Centre

Concord Senior Citizen's Centre
Concord Senior Citizen's Centre

Concord Senior Citizen's Centre caters for a wide range of people. The Centre has a warm and friendly environment and runs a regular program of activities.

The Concord Senior Citizen's Club are the principle tenants within the Concord Senior Citizen's Centre with their administration office based at the Centre. The Centre is also home to the Computer Pals for Seniors, who provide regular computer training courses that are tailored for seniors.

The City of Canada Bay Museum is located at the base of the building providing local historical information.

The Centre is accessible for those with disabilities and disabled parking is also available. There is limited storage within the Centre and this is allocated to regular users subject to availability.  


Corner of Bent and Wellbank Streets, Concord NSW

Hire of the Centre

Concord Senior Citizen's Centre is also available for hire for events or regular groups.

Function rooms and capacities

Everingham Room:

  • Ideal for small meetings/activities
  • Seats up to 20 people banquet style at tables
  • A whiteboard is available.  


  • Ideal for larger functions
  • Seats up to 100 people banquet style at tables and 150 theatre style
  • There is a raised stage and parquetry dance floor
  • A piano, a small PA system and a drop down screen is also available.

Commercial kitchen:

  • A fully fitted commercial kitchen is available as part of the auditorium hire agreement and fees.

Concord Senior Citizen's Club 

Concord Senior Citizen's Club runs from the Concord Senior Citizen's Centre. The Club offers a number of activities including: 

  • Handicrafts 
  • Quilting 
  • Ballet for seniors 
  • Table tennis 
  • Tap dancing   
  • Gentle exercise 
  • Aerobics 
  • Art classes 
  • Dancing.  

For more information regarding the Concord Senior Citizen's Club or to make bookings contact Council on 9911 6555 or email

Computer Pals for Seniors, Concord

Computer Pals for Seniors, Concord are members of the Australian Computer Pals for Seniors (ASCCA). Through mutual help, they assist members to develop or improve their computer skills, including accessing the internet.

Membership of the club offers both the opportunity to learn about computers and to share with others the computer skills they already have. All tutors are volunteers and seniors. Computer skills gained by seniors are often used to enable them to assist other community groups, for example secretary, newsletter editor. Tutors are needed for both general and specific computer knowledge. 

For more information phone 9743 1243 or email

Other groups

A number of other groups regularly hire the Centre. These include:

  • Choirs  
  • Italian bingo group
  • Men's exercise group and
  • Craft groups. 

For further information about these groups, or to book the Centre for your own community group, please call Council on 9911 6555. 

Page last updated on: 26/07/17

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