Community Centres

Our Centres

Our community centres located at Clarence Park, Fullarton and Unley are easily accessible and friendly, each offering a huge array of activities for individuals, families, children and young people, older persons and cultural groups. Each Centre has its own unique history and character, shaped in part by the demographics of its neighbouring residents and the identified needs and interests of their local community.

Clarence Park Community Centre

72-74 East Ave, Black Forest
Phone 8293 8166
Monday to Thursday 9am-3pm, Friday 9am-midday

At the Clarence Park Community Centre we get back to basics and care for children and our environment. We're powered by solar energy and rainwater and offer fresh, seasonal and organic food at our markets and food cooperatives. We dance to world music and awaken the mysteries within.
  • School Holiday Programs

    We provide a range of recreational workshops for children aged 5-12 years during the April, July and October school holidays.

    Download the Program Brochure and Registration Form below. Copies are also available for collection from the centre.

    Please contact Reception on 8293 8166 if you would like to receive the program brochure via email.

  • Kids Market | Saturday 6 October
    Kids Market is back!

    This popular market, JUST for the kids, returns to Clarence Park Community Centre.

    Bring your kids along to browse and buy from other kids selling their pre-loved toys and homemade goodies, all at pocket money prices!

    Enquiries phone the Centre on 8293 8166.
  • Colonial Fashions | Wednesday 10 October
    Wednesday 10 October, 1 - 3pm

    See colonial fashions come to life!

    The Pioneers Association of SA (PASA), together with the Victoriana Society of SA, invite you to a parade of colonial fashions from the 1840s to 1860s, followed by tea and coffee.

    Admission by gold coin donation for members and $10 for non-members. Please pay at the entrance upon arrival.

    Numbers are limited, please book by phoning the PASA office on 8231 5055 or emailing by Tuesday 2 October.
  • Save the Planet Project | Wednesdays
    9am – 12noon
    Help the environment and reduce the use of plastic!

    Let’s keep plastic bags out of our waterways and landfill.
    Join this community sewing project and make reusable cloth bags to use at supermarkets instead of single use plastic for fruit and veg.

    If you would like to join in but don’t sew, you’re welcome to help with measuring and cutting. 
    Donations of light weight fabrics, threads and ties are welcomed and appreciated.
    Phone Janet on 0455 454 777 for more information.
  • Tax Help | Mondays

    Mondays. Appointments essential.

    Are you earning less than $60,000 and need some assistance with your tax return?

    This is a free service is provided by the ATO where a volunteer can help you with your lodgement.

    Bookings required.  Contact the Centre on 8293 8166 to book your time.

  • Fitness Classes with Maria Voulgarakis | Mondays & Tuesdays

    Mondays 12.45-1.30pm or Tuesdays 10.30-11.15am

    Release your muscle tension in this  new class with this very popular instructor. Learn self massage and full body stretching.

    Equipment provided but bring your own mat.

    $10 or $12 casual – for more details contact Maria on 0400 718 100 or email

  • Clarence Park Food Co-op

    Operates 10.30am-12.30pm, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (during school terms), and every Saturday.

    The food co-op is run by volunteers and produce is sold at low cost. Produce includes nuts, dried fruit, grains, legumes, honey, free-range eggs and more. Preference is given to organically grown produce. A lifetime membership fee is $1.

    Enquiries phone 8297 6249.

  • Moving Madness | Wednesdays during school term

    Wednesdays during school term, 9.30 – 11am

    A gym, movement and music activity program for under 5 year olds.
    Come along and have fun with your child as they discover new skills in this exciting preschool program designed to develop your child’s physical and social skills.

    Cost: $12 per session casual or $70 per term.

    Enquiries phone 8293 8166.
  • THE MENS SHED (T.O.Y.S.) | Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays

    Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 9am–12noon
    (Together Offering Your Skills)
    Volunteers repair and maintain wooden toys, puzzles and other equipment for early childhood organisations such as playgroups and kindergartens as well as making items on request.

    New participants are welcome to join this active friendly group. Morning tea included. No skills necessary. If you wish to have items repaired or made please contact us.
    For more information phone Sharon on 8293 8166 or email

Fullarton Park Community Centre

411 Fullarton Road, Fullarton
Phone 8372 5180

Monday to Friday 8.30am-5pm

At Fullarton Park Community Centre we draw, paint and play. We make music and sing songs and have fairies in our flower garden where children gather to hear stories. We also sew quilts over coffee and play cards with our friends. We salute the sun and have positive energy. Our exhibition space, Hughes Gallery, is a community gem.
  • School Holiday Programs

    We provide a range of recreational workshops for children aged 5-12 years during the April, July and October school holidays.

    Download the Program Brochure and Registration Form below. Copies are also available for collection from the centre.

    Contact Reception on 8372 5180 if you would like to receive the program brochure via email.

  • Fullarton Market | 4th Saturday of the month

    Saturdays | 4th Saturday of the month


    A community-focussed market where visitors can mingle with local producers, sample multicultural foods, browse in the large selection of plants and crafts and enjoy a delicious coffee and treat with friends.

    Market located in grounds of Fullarton Park Community Centre.

    For more information visit the Fullarton Market website or phone Jason on 0408 682 826.

    Market Dates 2018

    January 17
    February 24
    March 24
    April 28
    May 26
    June 23
    July 28
    August 25
    September 22
    October 27
    November 24
    December 15

  • English Language Classes | Tuesdays and Fridays
    Tuesdays and Fridays 10am-12noon (school terms only)

    Is English your second language? Need help learning to read, speak and write in English? These friendly classes may give you greater confidence in speaking English, learning about Australian culture and making new friends.

    Cost $4 per session; $20 for a 10 class card; $35 for a 20 class card.

    For more information phone 8372 5180.
  • Friday Social Group | Fridays
    Fridays 10am-3pm

    Weekly get together to play games, cards and paint.

    New members welcome to our very friendly group.

    Cost $3.

    For more information phone the Centre on 8372 5180.
  • Mah Jong - Scoring Made Simpler | 8 October

    Monday 8 October

    1.30 - 3.30pm

    Love Mah Jong but find scoring tricky? Join us for an enjoyable afternoon of Mah Jong with lots of tips for how to make scoring easy. (Please note, this class is not suitable for beginners).

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided. Please bring your own Mah Jong set.

    Cost: $7 per person or $4 concession (seniors card applies).

    Bookings essential as places limited, phone  8372 5180.

Goodwood Community Centre

32-34 Rosa Street, Goodwood
Phone 8272 7148

Monday to Friday 9am-3pm

Goodwood Community Centre is managed by Goodwood Community Services Inc. 
For details of events and activities:
• Visit the Goodwood Community Services Inc. website
• Phone 8272 7148
• Email
  • Goodwood Toy Library
    Goodwood Toy Library

    Goodwood Toy Library offers a wide range of toys, games, puzzles, books, large equipment and DVDs for children of all ages and stages of development. 

    Time: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10.30am-12.30pm. Thursday 2.30-4.30pm.
    Cost: $45 per financial year, $25 per school term, concession rates available.
    More information: phone the Toy Library 8274 1983 or email
    Location: Goodwood Toy Library is located in the Goodwood Library, 101 Goodwood Road.

    This program is partly funded by the Department for Education and Child Development and the City of Unley.

Unley Community Centre

18 Arthur Street, Unley
Phone 8372 5128

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm

Join us at Unley Community Centre and celebrate the over fifties in a relaxed and friendly environment. Connect with your community, have a chat, share a laugh and enjoy a delicious home cooked meal. Expand your mind, enhance your memory and get involved in your local community.
  • Circuit Meal Service

    Meals are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, cooked fresh by our in-house Chef. Vegetarian meals are available on request, please notify in advance.

    Bookings required to secure a seat, visiting groups welcome, phone 8372 5128.

    Serving hours
    • Morning Tea 9.30 - 10.30am
    • Lunch 11.30am - 12.30pm
    • Afternoon Tea 1.30 - 2.30pm

    • Lunch, Soup $3, Main Course $5, Dessert $3
    • Morning or Afternoon Tea, tea/coffee $1, biscuits from 50c, cake $2
  • Growing Your Own Food | Monday 17 September

    Join local guru gardeners to learn how easy it can be to grow edible plants in the space you have available.

    Why not join us for lunch beforehand?

    Bookings essential phone 8372 5128.

  • Craft Corner | Tuesday 18 September
    Join us for a themed craft session every 3rd Tuesday of the month.​

    12.30 – 3.30pm
    Tuesday 18 September

    Gift-wrap Set

    Give that special present in a handcrafted gift wrap, matching card, envelope, gift tag and bag. Cost $5.00 – including afternoon tea.

    Bookings essential as places are limited, phone 8372 5128.
  • Meet Me Monday | 2nd & 4th Monday of each Month

    2nd and 4th Monday of each Month, 10am – 2pm

    Meet Me Monday is a social support group for people who have dementia or memory loss and their carers. 

    Meet Me Monday is a great opportunity to develop friendships and support networks within your local community while participating in a relaxed day of activities, enjoying lunch together and occasional bus outings. 

    For further information please contact Denise Menzies, program coordinator on 8372 5144.

    This program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.

  • Board Games & More | Tuesdays

    Tuesdays 1-3pm

    Are you looking for something to do on a Tuesday afternoon? We are currently looking for more people to join our weekly games program.  

    Join us for a fun and friendly game or two of scrabble, backgammon, billiards or chess.

    Enjoy tea/coffee and homemade biscuits and cakes as part of the break for afternoon tea. 

    Free to attend. $3 for afternoon tea. 

  • Unley Explorers Walking Group | Tuesdays

    Tuesdays - 8.30am

    Enjoy a leisurely, social walk through the streets of Unley with likeminded locals. We welcome people, pets, prams, walkers, gophers and wheelchairs. Leaving at 8.30am sharp every Tuesday from the Unley Community Centre 18 Arthur St Unley

    Free, please phone 8372 5128 to register your interest.

  • Knit & Natter | Tuesdays

    Tuesdays 9.30 – 11.30am

    Do you have a hidden skill of knitting or crocheting or maybe haven’t quite finished that scarf that you started? Join our friendly group and learn new skills.
    Enquiries phone 8372 5128.

  • Fitness with Doug | Wednesdays
    Wednesdays 11am - 12 noon

    Come and join our friendly group who have fun while getting fit. 

    Exercises designed to increase your flexibility, balance, strength and coordination.

    The class starts off with some warm up activities, followed by more challenging cardio including team games, strength exercises using light hand weights, and finishing with some pilates and stretching.

    Work at your own pace but with plenty of support from the group.
    Cost $7.00 per class
    For more information phone 8372 5128.
  • Let’s Dance | Wednesdays

    Do you enjoy dancing, join our friendly social group?
    Wednesdays 10am – 12.30pm; Unley RSL hall 29 Arthur St Unley
    Cost: $4.00 p/p
    More information phone the Centre on 8372 5128.

  • Strength for Life Class | Wednesdays & Thursdays

    Wednesdays 2 – 3pm
    Thursdays 2– 3pm

    The Strength for Life (SFL) Program offers quality strength training programs to people over the age of 50.

    Participants receive a tailored exercise program designed to increase muscle strength and improve balance. 

    Classes are also a great way to have fun and meet new people at the same time.

    $7.00 per lesson. A fitness Assessment fee of $30 applies to all new SFL clients before commencing.

    Phone 8372 5128 for bookings and more information.

  • Tai Chi | Thursdays


    10am – Intermediate Class
    11am –  Advanced Class
    12.30pm – Beginners Class

    Learn the art of Tai Chi and Qigong. Graceful forms of exercise involving a series of movements performed in a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing.

    Cost $7 per lesson. For more information phone 8372 5128.

  • Indoor Bias Bowls | Fridays

    Fridays 1 – 2.30pm

    Enjoy a friendly non-competitive game of indoor bias bowls. Meet new people in a friendly atmosphere!
    For more information phone 8372 5128.

  • Play Bolivia | Fridays

    Fridays, 12.30 – 4pm
    Do you want to learn something new and get your brain active? Do you want to make new friends?
    Come along on Fridays and play the card game of Bolivia, a three-deck variation of Canasta or Samba.
    More information phone 8372 5128.

  • Stretch and Flex | Fridays

    Fridays 9.45 - 10.45am
    Offered by popular over 50s exercise instructor, Venton Cook, Stretch and Flex introduces participants to the enjoyment and health benefits of learning to stretch properly.
    By incorporating the movement elements of Yoga and Pilates, the program combines introductory exercises with a sustainable exercise routine designed to increase your muscle strength and flexibility and wellbeing.
    No prior knowledge or experience in Yoga or Pilates is required to join the program, so come along and give it a go.
    Cost $7.00 per person, your first session free.

    Bookings essential, phone 8372 5128 or see our office staff.