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Seniors Services

Seniors at 50 Plus Leisure and Lifestyle Centre

Senior Services

There are a range of services and initiatives designed to encourage older residents to have an active lifestyle and improve their health and wellbeing in Gosford City.

Gosford City Council follows the NSW Health Ageing Framework and its six key areas for action:

  1. Attitudes to ageing and older people;
  2. Participation in community life;
  3. Making your own decisions;
  4. Supportive neighbourhoods and communities;
  5. Health, accommodation, care and support; and
  6. Making the best use of resources.

Grandma Moses Art Competition and Exhbition

The annual Grandma Moses art competition is open to residents from across the Central Coast. With more than $3000 on offer in prize money, it’s a great opportunity for people aged 50 years and over to present their artwork to the community. There are numerous categories to choose from. Entries close on Friday 25 August 2017.​

For more information refer to the Grandma Moses Terms and Conditions.

To enter fill out the Grandma Moses Art Competition and Exhibition Entry Form.

50+ Leisure and Learning Centres

The aim of the centres is to improve the quality of life for citizens of 50 years and over by providing opportunities for social, educational, cultural and physical development. Please contact the individual centres for a list of their ongoing programs and events.

Council has three 50+ Leisure & Learning Centres located at:

Gosford

Address: Cnr Albany Street North & Henry Wheeler Place, Gosford

Phone: (02) 4304 7065

Activity and Event Program

Ettalong

Address: Cnr Broken Bay Rd & Karingi St, Ettalong

Phone: (02) 4304 7222

Activity and Event Program

Terrigal

Address: Cnr Duffys Rd & Terrigal Dr, Terrigal

Phone: (02) 4384 5152

Activity and Event Program

Please note: activity and event programs are subject to change. Please contact the 50+ Centre to confirm details.

Additional resources

Central Coast Positive Ageing Strategy

Background and Supporting Research

Community Engagement Report

Central Coast Healthy Ageing Resource

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