Join the branches of zone 110 for an interesting conference with excellent guest speakers including Ian Henschke, Chief Advocate, National Seniors Australia; Basil La Brooy, National Seniors Financial Information Desk; and a representative from Catalyst Foundation (formerly SIS).
Join the Floreat and Districts branch of National Seniors Australia and hear from Western Australia's 2017 Senior Australian of the Year, Peter Kenyon, as he discusses "The Good Old Days - How do we get them back?".
Join the Melbourne City branch of National Seniors Australia and discuss stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine with guest speaker Dr Ross Macdonald from Cynata Therapeutics.
Join the Melbourne City branch of National Seniors Australia and discuss the Australian stockmarket with guest speaker James Bryce-Lind from Patersons Securities.
Join the branches of zone 102 for a flash forum of fun, leisure, activities, social and health with interesting guest speakers, information stalls and entertainment by singer Cheshire Cath.
Join us for breakfast and our seminar: Financial implications of transitioning to retirement presented by Basil La Brooy, National Seniors Financial Information Desk.
Sydney seniors aged 60 and over have free entry to The Australian Museum on March 9 as part of the NSW Seniors Festival from 3-12 March.
The day’s program in includes presentations about navigating climate change and the Feather Map citizen science project which aims to collect waterbird feathers from wetlands around Australia.
Join the Melbourne City branch of National Seniors Australia and learn about ethical investments from guest speaker David Patterson.
Join the Capricornia branch for their March meeting with a special guest speaker Omar Palov from Astute Advisory.
Free tickets to the 2017 Premier’s Gala Concerts are now available as part of NSW Seniors Festival from 3-12 March.
The state’s Minister for Ageing Tanya Davies said the concerts showcase Australia’s best and upcoming musical theatre and recording artists and are the highlight of the festival.
“Each year, the NSW Seniors Festival inspires our seniors to try new things and engage with their community to express themselves and share their unique stories,” Mrs Davies said.