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Independent charitable organisation existing to develop and maintain affordable and secure accommodation for older people and people with disabilities (subject to eligibility). However, we are not resourced to provide medical care. Our house provides companionship and independence with your own private bed-sit with en suite.
Adoptions and permanency services provide adoption services to individuals considering placing their child for adoption or those interested in adopting either a local or overseas child. We also provide appropriate counselling and access to information to persons affected by past adoptions.
Provides treatment and support services to individuals and families affected by alcohol, tobacco and other drug use. Programs, interventions and treatment services provided include: Inpatient withdrawal management unit; Opioid pharmacotherapy Program; Counselling and support services and Smoking cessation programs.
Alcoholics Anonymous holds meetings Mondays at 12.30pm and Fridays at 7.30pm at the Burnie Baptist Church Meeting room. Enter back of Church if the front door is closed.
Anglicare offers a range of services including community aged care, financial counselling, disability and acquired injury support, mental health services, housing support, Gamblers Help, alcohol and other drug services and family and relationship support.
We are a Christian Church located in Wivenhoe. We seek to live life to the full by: loving God, impacting our world, forming relationships and empowering people.
Arthritis Tasmania offers information and support to people living with musculoskeletal conditions including arthritis and osteoporisis.
Transport to and from medical treatment centres; the delivery of a meal for those who are not able to prepare meals or cook for themselves; a daily telephone call to check on people who are at risk; connecting with a volunteers to meet with people to provide friendship and support; support during times of emergency are just a few programs which are provided locally.
Bernie the Blue Tongue Lizard is Burnie's very own mascot for Communities for Children.
Bernie has a Pad at Shop 21, Plaza Arcade, Burnie (behind Priceline). Come and visit for parent information and resources.
Bernie's Pad is open 10am - 3pm Tuesday to Friday. Everything is FREE
Drop in for a play, chat, make some craft, change a nappy, breast/bottle feed or just grab some information or ask about upcoming events.
If you would like to be in touch by phone, please call 6431 3206 or you can email the pad: firstname.lastname@example.org
Communities for Children - Burnie Initiative (Funded by the Department of Social Services)
The Club welcomes new members and caters for swimmers who are over 8 years of age and have completed a basic learn to swim program.
We are a Christian community seeking to know Christ and make him known. The building in which we gather for worship is located on the corner of Mount and Cattley streets in the centre of Burnie. Our usual Sunday pattern of worship is 9:00am (Communion), followed by a contemporary service ('Connections') at 10:30am. A midweek service is held at 10:30am on Wednesdays. We have a range of small groups that meet for Bible study during the week, and we provide ministry to children, youth and families. Please phone for further information.
The Aquatic Centre is a great facility for the whole community, with a focus on providing year round Learn to Swim Programs, swimming training and leisure activities.
The original branch of Tasmanian Regional Arts. Burnie Arts Council meets on the fourth Thursday each month at 4pm in the Burnie Regional Gallery to initiate, co-ordinate and advocate for arts in our community.
We are a welcoming community who welcomes everyone to our celebration each Sunday morning. We have home groups, fellowship groups, a weekly games afternoon and playgroup for pre-schoolers every Friday mornings.
Burnie Bowls Club caters for men and women pennant teams and also strong indoor corporate team events.
The club has been running for over 50 years. We offer basic beginners courses which run for four weeks at a time and are held at Havenview Primary School on Sundays. We cater for beginners from 8yr to 80+yrs and no experience is needed.
The club meets every Wednesday, players of varying ability are most welcome. There are regular tournaments for members to participate in.
Burnie Child and Family Centre is located at the old Acton school.
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Provides competitors of all ages with the opportunity to perform on stage in the Arts and Function Centre and to receive a written report from a highly qualified adjudicator. We aim to encourage participation of individuals and groups in music, instumental & voal, speech and drama and dancing. By competing in the Eisteddfod competitors reach a high standard as they strive for excellend in their chosen field.
To foster the safe sport of clay target shooting to all, juniors over the age of 12yrs with a permit, to seniors who just want to try shooting in a friendly safe environment. For all licensed shooters who want to try an olympic sport.
We are an independent, non-denominational church open to the calling and direction of God. We are a community of believers, reaching out to the Burnie and coastal areas to minister the presence of God resting on us.
The Burnie Concert Band comprises four ensembles: Seniors; Adult Learners; Juniors and Junior Learners (from the age of 8) playing woodwind, brass and percussion. There is also a stage band 'Sync or Swing'. For details, please contact the musical director David Turner on 6431 6870.
We meet every Tuesday and Thursday and practice the art of Lapidary (cutting and polishing of rocks), silver smithing and also conduct fieldtrips to collect Tasmanian rocks to cut and polish.
Nature walks including flora, fauna and geology. Field trips are held monthly on a Sunday. A monthly newsletter is sent of financial members. Camps are held at Easter and some long weekends.
Our mission is to enable girls and young women to grow into confident, self-respecting, responsible community members.
Burnie High School is a supportive and innovative learning environment that allows its students to achieve success and be their very best, enabling them to become active citizens of the 21st Century. Burnie High School's value based expectations are reflected in the motto "Best Effort, Honest and Fair and Safe and Secure".
Learn to play pipes or drums and participate in general pipe band activities including marching parades and concert appearances associated with communty events. Also classes teaching Highland and Irish dancing.
Fosters an interest in and to gather, record, collate and store the history of the Burnie area and its people. To encourage and assist in the identificaiton and preservation of the area's historical buildings, monuments and relics.
We have twelve Widows’ Clubs throughout the north of the State. These help combat loneliness and assist with socialisation. These clubs meet on various days throughout each month. More information can be obtained from our Legacy office. Burnie Widows’ Club meets on the third Thursday of each month at the Burnie RSL at 10.00 a.m.
Meet the first Wednesday of each month at the Arts and Function Centre. Members get together to discuss culture and cultivation of orchids and members bring in their own plants to show others. We have a spring show every October.
A charity organisation. Open to all members of the community for meals and functions. Offering support and welfare for serving and ex-serving members of the Armed Forces. Open for family friendly meals Friday nights from 5pm. All welcome.
A group of older people who meet once or twice weekly to stimulate their minds by looking at and discussing art, literature, music, current affairs, local and world situations in harmonious, comfortable surroundings at the Burnie Sports Club (Burnie Sports Centre), Southwell St. Burnie.
We are a not for profit dance school providing Irish and Tap dancing lessons for all ages. We are part of the Burnie Highland Pipe Band and are working together to promote Celtic dance and music on the North West Coast.
Mission is to contribute to the education of young people through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society. The Aim is to encourage the physical, interlectual, social, emotional and spiritual development of young people so that they may take a constructive place in society as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.
Is situated in the heart of Burnie and members must be 50yrs or over. Regular activities include Tai Chi, Indoor Bowls, Bingo, Crib and 500 cards. Special gatherings are BBQs, bus outings and interactions with other senior clubs along the Coast.
We support National Servicemen (NS) who are in poor health as well as NS widows. We also support the RSL Legacy and charities. We participate in Anzac and Rememberance Day services along with our own State Commemoration Day.
The Burnie Surf Life Saving Club is a voluntary community service organisation with a focus on keeping our local beaches and water safe through beach patrols, search and rescue, child and youth development, health and fitness development and community education.
Victoria League's main objectives are to promote and foster unity and understanding between peoples of all parts of the Commonwealth. To welcome and befriend visitors and new settlers, to subscribe to local charities and grant donations for a public purpose.
Burnie Youth Accommodation Service (BYAS) provides emergency crisis accommodation for young people between the ages of 13-20. Accommodation is for a period of six weeks. BYAS has two main goals: reunification with family and if this isnt possible; assisting a client to find independent accommodation.
The Burnie Youth Choir wants you!
If you love singing and being a part of an amazing group of young people who have heaps of fun while singing, the Burnie Youth Choir is for you.
We would like to invite you to come along and see for yourself. Junior Choir: Monday 6pm - 6:45pm
Cost: $20 per term or $70 per year
Senior Choir: Monday 7pm – 8:30pm
Cost: $30 per term or $100 per year
Baptist Church hall, Mount Street (opposite Target)
Any enquiries please contact Lana on 0417 054 843, Jackie on 0438 350 116 or Fiona on 0417 128 648
A non-profit organisation caring for Tasmania's stray, lost and abandoned dogs.
The Burnie/Wynyard Catholic Parish consists of four churches: Star of the Sea Church, St Brigid's Church, Sacred Heart Church and St Joseph's Church.
City Marians is a Burnie based hockey club with around 130 registered players ranging from juniors through to division one men and women. Home games are played at the McKenna Park Hockey Complex - a first class hockey centre. City Marians prides itself on providing support for its junior players in their development and boasts a record of many juniors that have represented Tasmania.
Serenity House is a two week drug and alcohol time out service, providing clients with a chance to break the cycle of addiction in a safe, supportinve and drug free environment. Also offers a 24hr place of safety/sobering up service where intoxicated clients on the NW Coast can sober up in a safe, supervised and non-judgemental setting.
The City of Burnie Brass Band is over 100 years old and cater for learners of any age and experience. The band rehearses Tuesday nights and performs at many functions throughout the year including competitions and council-run events. An instrument and uniform are supplied.
Is a friendly, family orientated club interested in promoting track, road and mountain bike cycling. Cycling skills and safety are taught in a supportive environment. The club is located at West Park, Burnie where during the Summer months, track events take place on Wednesday evenings. People of all ages and cycling abilities are welcome.
Service club meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Membership is by invitation.
Citylink Inc acts on behalf of retailers and businesses in Burnie in promoting the City as a vibrant and attractive place to conduct business. The voluntary Board, comprised of local business owners, meets on the first Monday of each month and conducts promotional activities, lobbies all tiers of Government and addresses issues related to business activity in Burnie.
Professional early childhood education and care in a fun, family environment - nurturing your child's development. Personalised service for babies and children up to 12yrs of age - 24 hours a day, seven days a week with affordable hourly rates. The best care.....when you cant be there.
The Coastal Senior Cycling Club is open to riders 25yrs or age and over. The club caters for cyclists with a wide range of abilities and personal goals. The average distance of a cycle race is 25km.
This group meets monthly and is represented by members of all the Christian Churches in Burnie. It organises and co-ordinates events which involve all the churches of Burnie.
The Community Exchange Network Tasmania (CENTs) is a volunteer run community exchange network operating throughout Tasmania where people trade their goods, services and skills with one another without money. Our Burnie sub-branch allows our members to trade, gift, swap, hire, barter, buy and sell all without money.
Cradle Coast Orchestra exists to provide community musicians, aged 12 upwards with the opportunity to play 'classical' repertoire in an ensemble. Repertoire includes orchestral arrangements around Grade 3/4 level along with some strings only pieces. Boundless vacancies for string players, other instrumentalists always welcome.
CCOCC is a sporting club open to anyone over 10 years of age. Training runs all year round at both South Burnie and Somerset. The club has canoes catering from six persons to one and two man types. All equipment including lifejacket are avaliable to new paddlers.
A monthly meeting for people with disabilities providing a meal, music and movement at the Burnie Regional Uniting Church.
Cystic Fibrosis Tasmania (CFT) was established in 1995 to support and assist Tasmanian people affected by CF. Currently we have ten Board of Directors who all operate on a volunteer basis only and CFT offers its services to around 100 member families. No government funding is provided and we rely heavily on the generostity of others to help us keep providing the services we offer.
The Darwin Football Association Inc recently celebrated its 60 Anniversary of Country Football. Current roster has eight teams - South Burnie, Cuprona, Ridgley, Natone, Somerset, Yeoman, Yolla and Queenstown.
The diabetes centre provides management, education and support for adults and children with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. The centre includes a multidisciplinary team which consists of endocrinologist, Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educators, Dietitians, Psychologist and Podiatrist. We also provide care and management for patients with insulin pumps, diabetes in pregnancy, high risk foot ulcer clinics and pre-operatively and as inpatients.
The support group is for people with diabetes and their partners/carers. It provides an informal forum for gaining new knowledge about diabetes and caring for diabetes. The focus is for adults with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes.
Early Intervention Services support children and their families with a disability or developmental delay from birth to school entry.
To provide regular meetings for retirees or semi-retired professional or business people to meet other people with similar interest and to provide speakers and discussion on topical subjects. The club shall be non-political, non-sectarian and not a fund-raising body.
We are a non-profit community organisation building and running a multiple award winning rhododendron garden. Offers walking tracks, lakes, bridges and many other unique design features, as well as a resident platypus, echidna and diverse bird life. Our tea room is always a welcome and restful diversion for visitors.
The Emusicians is a combined Primary School band consisting of students from the Burnie area. The group is made up of students from grades 3 to 6. Students audition for the programme at the end of each year and once they are included in the programme they are provided with a wind instrument or guitar or drums. The students are tutored by a highly trained team.
A community based organisation committed to providing individual support for people with a disability, the frail aged, and their carers in a manner which respects and responds to the changing needs of clients.
Provide bulk billing sexual health clinics in Burnie where you can discuss contraception, pregnancy, STI testing and any other issues you may be concerned with. Also provide high quality sexual health and relationships educational services for students and professionals throughout the State.
A group dedicated in assisting, encouraging and fostering emerging writers.
Mariposa is a non-profit organisation. Our goal is to showcase the Filiphino culture, bridging the gap and promoting better understanding.
Friends of Fernglade is a group assisting Burnie City Council and Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service in the management of Fernglade Reserve and its wildlife. We are involved in data collection of wildlife and plants and monitoring water quality, weeds and visitor use. We also assist tourists and locals with wildlife viewing.
The Friend's group supports the work of the Museum through helping with the organisation of public programs and events, fund raising and volunteering. It promotes the importance of the Museum in the community and supports the staff there by providing relevant skills, knowledge, expertise and assistance in a voluntary capacity.
Dietitian services in Burnie, Somerset, Cooee and Wynyard. Bulk billing and pensioner rates for eligible patients.
Is one of eight government senior secondary colleges in Tasmania. Provides academic and vocational programs for year 11 and 12 students and shares a campus with the Tasmanian Polytechnic. Hellyer is the home college for students exiting Burnie High, Parklands High, Penguin High, Wynyard High, Yolla District High, Smithton High, Mountain Heights, Rosebery District High and also accepts students from other non-government schools. The College offers a range of subject and courses that will allow any student to reach their potential. The College has a very strong student support program, a range of extra-curricula opportunities and strong links with business and industry.
Hellyer Community Choir is a group of people who enjoy singing mostly sacred classical music. They meet every Monday evening at 7.30 pm in the Uniting Church, Mount St Burnie, Tasmania. They work towards presenting three or four performances each year.
We provide volunteer support to those living with a 'life limiting illness' through short term in-home respite, so carers can have time out. Assistance is provided with transport to medical appointments. We can also visit should the client by in a nursing home or hospital.
Hospice @HOME is a multi-disciplinary approach to in home end of life services, provided by The District Nurses. Our services are delivered through a mix of face to face visits by relevant healthcare professionals, 24/7 telephone support and eHealth initiatives.
It is delivered statewide and hospice@HOME co-ordinates with the current service providers to provide a wrap-around package of care.
Life Without Barriers is a not-for-profit organisation working in more than 250 communities across Australia and New Zealand to support more than 5,500 people to live their best life possible. They are one of the largest providers of social services in Australia. Their focus on the North West is to ensure every child and young person has the right to reach their potential. When a child or young person cannot live at home Life Without Barriers provides safe and stable homes through their Out Of Home Care services.
Foster Care: Foster care services are provided to children and young people aged from birth to 17 years of age who are unable to live with their own families.The care is provided by people in the community within their own home on a short or long-term basis.
Specialised or therapeutic foster care is provided to children with high and/or complex needs such as disabilities, developmental delays or learning difficulties, or complex and challenging behaviours.
Respite Care: Respite carers provide short-term care for children and young people when their foster carer needs a break. It is usually planned in advance but can, on occasion, be required immediately. Respite also provides children and young people with opportunities to develop further skills and build their support network.
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Kylie Gibbs – Care Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 0475 826 224
To teach and preach the gospel of Christ and to care for people's spritual and (where possible) their physical wellbeing.
Make A Wish volunteers grant wishes to children under the age of 18 with life threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
A co-educational Catholic School that promotes a dynamis, diverse and challenging curriculum for over 800 students from years 7-12. Enrolment is open to all families who support our aims and ethos. Our goal is to provide students with an environmentl in which they feel welcome and secure and where they grow with confidence and purpose.
McKenna Park Regional Hockey Complex Inc caters for hockey on turf and cricket on grass grounds. We also cater for training sessions, weddings, birthdays etc. We have a fully licensed bar with capable and experience bar staff.
MOPS gets mums. We understand the unique needs, challenges and joys in this vital season of early mothering. At MOPS every mum is welcomed, accepted and challenged to reach her potential and recognise her influence with her family and her world. A MOPS group is a dynamic, inviting environment where women can come just as they are to build friendships, be encouraged and gain practical parenting strategies, while children are lovingly care for in a MOPPETS program.
Provides specialised services to people living with disability on the North West and Northern regions of Tasmania. Client directed services includes: Centre based day activities; community access; respite services; in-home support services; supported accommodation; tenancy support and broadband for seniors.
The MS Society of Tasmania provides a range of services to people affected by Multiple Sclerosis, including counselling, case management, immunotherapy and clinical support as well as information and education.
We provide FREE hearing checks. Our mission is to improve the hearing of people through personalised solutions and exceptional client care. National Hearing Care has one of the most extensive Australia-wide networks of clinics with over 190 clinics located throughout metropolitan and regional Australia. Our clinics are conveniently located to ensure ease of access for our clients.
Our Burnie visiting clinic is located within the Coastal Physiotherapy Clinic at 3 King Street with ample car parking available.
Natone Cricket club is a family friendly club playing from the Wivenhoe Recreation ground and is a successful club that always strives to play in the finals in each grade every year.
Located 20 minutes from the Burnie CBD. We provide a high quality learning environment for all students based on the National Curriculum. Our school is also home to a wetlands area that is visited by many schools along the North West Coast. "Sowing the Seeds for Success".
Our members participate in a variety of activities including bus trips and bird shows. Our annual dinner is one of the highlights and we also enjoy a variety of guest speakers during the year. Visitos and newcomers to our hobby are welcome to attend our meetings and share some unique experiences.
Is a member of the National Association of Community Legal Centres. We are a free one off advice and referral legal service to resident on the North West Coast of Tasmania. Outreach to Burnie, Smithton and West Coast. Provide community legal education to colleges and organisations upon request.
The club meets every second Monday at McKenna Park. Meetings are an informal gathering to learn about and share the skills of tying flies.
On site club tracks 7¼", 5" & 3½". Visitors welcome. Running days 1st & 3rd Sundays each month.
A regional organisation that provides a supportive atmosphere and friendship amongst members.
Offers various bushwalks from day walks through to overnight and extended trips. Meetings are held at the Ulverstone High School the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. New members are always welcome. It is a great way to see our Tasmanian wilderness.
Aged care facility offering high and low care including respite care.
Provides support, information and assistance with parenting of children 0-5 years. Professional staff can help with development, postnatal depression, child development, behaviour, sleep and settling, family relationships and sibling rivalry. Home visits can be arranged. This is a free service.
Is a public high school with grades 7 to 10. Parklands High has a vision centered around a set of four core values which aim to make a difference everyday for everybody.
Located at The Boulevard, Terrylands Street Hillcrest.
The Burnie PCYC delivers: A safe environment; Positive relationships between young people, the community and police; Community Outcomes; Crime prevention; Education & life skills; Quality programs - recreational, cultural, vocational; Value for Money; Club programs subsidised by club income; Low costs of program delivery = low cost to participate; Large area of influence (Launceston Smithton Queenstown).
Playgroup Tasmania has been supporting local families for over 30 years. We work with families and communities and provide an opportunity for families to interact, grow, share experiences and learn through play. We also have a toy hire library for members and a great party hire room.
This club is for retired and semi-retired men. It is not a service club but purely a social club, non-fundraising, non political and non sectarian. The emphasis is on friendship, fun and fellowship. There are monthly meetings with guest speakers and visits to interesting places.
Weekly running races held on Sunday's from March to September. More details are available on website.
Progressive Fighting Arts offer a comprehensive curriculum - whether you are interested in our senior self-defence class, Mixed Martial Arts, kid’s karate or health and fitness classes. PFA aims to be the catalyst that unites and inspires our local community to be fitter and healthier.
Provides horse riding for disabled children or adults (weight limits apply) one day a week. Outdoor riding area (fenced) shelter and seating available.
The provision of services to young people in need or at risk.
A contemporary Church where all are welcome. Meets are 10am every Sunday.
Youth group and Home Groups available also.
A friendly, contemporary Church where all are welcome. Our Worship Service is held at 10am every Sunday with Kids Church.
We also run various programs, Youth groups, Home Groups and MOPS through the week.
Caters for students from Kindergarten to Grade Six providing a variety of educational programs enhancing students learning while promoting core values. Our Launching into Learning Program delivers free activities for children from birth to 4yrs. We offer an Outside of School Hours Care Program from 2.45pm to 6pm.
Provide high quality services to international standard, which will increase the independence and quality of life for blind and vision impaired people and assist them to achieve their full potential within the community.
Promoting wellbeing, education and health for all women and girls. Hold monthly dinner meeting every third Monday.
Situated at 2 Hale Street, South Burnie. Caters for bowlers of all levels with teams playing in Coastal Pennant competition throughout the Summer Season with Thursday, Saturday and Midweek events. Social bowls is also available all year round, weather permitting, on Wednesday afternoon and during the Winter on Saturday morning as well.
Parkside 'Bowls for Life' (aka Barefoot Bowls) runs between October and March each year and teams of all ages and abilities are nominated by businesses, sporting groups or friends to participate on Wednesday evenings for friendly competition and good prizes. The Bowls Australia 'Jack Attack' bringing bowls to kids initiative - has proven popular with both primary and secondary school aged children. Check out our Facebook page. Contact the club's Publicity Officer on 0417 331 790 for more details.
Provides a recreational game of Australian Rules Football to individuals in the 15+ to adult age group. We are based at the Wivenhoe Recreation Ground and compete in the Darwin Football Association.
South Burnie Hockey Club comprises of men's, women's and junior teams. We pride ourselves in providing players of all levels a fair go and the opportunity to play. Many senior players have come through our development programs and have been Tasmanian State Representatives along the way.
Assists people in need by way of material goods and household items: retail shops generate needed funds to help welfare programs in the community.
As a Mercy school, Stella Maris embraces the challenge to empower young people to play a vital role in the world of the future. The Mercy mission demands a particular commitment to the life of Jesus Christ. As upholders of this mission, we as educators are called upon to find new and creative ways in which to meet the challenges of today's complex society, and where academic excellence, acceptable behaviour and full student participation are fostered within a community.
Currently has four teams in the Burnie Cricket League with a major focus in Junior Development in our Colts side. We welcome any new players and families.
A State School group string teaching programme operating in Havenview, Romaine Park and Montello Primary Schools and Parklands High School. Students receive weekly tuition in school time and have the opportunity to be involved in a combined Stringalong Together after school at Parklands High School. Co-ordinator Lynne Price.
Emphasis is placed on the discipline of down river racing as many of the younger members of the club have chosen and excelled in this area.
Legal services for Aboriginal people. Aboriginal health services including: Aboriginal health workers, doctor, women and children's clinics, Aboriginal counsellor, Aged care program, Youth programs, extensive family programs, cultural activities and community groups/activities.
We teach the basic art of starting a bonsai through to the finer points of styling and care. Visitors welcome.
Tasdeaf is a community service organisation that provides services and education for Deaf and hard of hearing Tasmanians and their families. Tasdeaf also provides services for the broader Tasmanian community, to promote better understanding of hearing loss and to ensure that our community is equitable and inclusive.
Extensive collectiom of books, CD's and microfiche. Free access to internet and ancestry.com. Open Tuesdays and Saturdays (1-4pm) Free for members - $5 for visitors.
Providers of Sleep My Baby Safely' campaign. Education in ways to reduce the risks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Sleeping Accidents. Provision and referral of quality services for families and carers that reduce the impact of the sudden death of an infant or young child.
Established in Burnie in 1984 and joined the Tasmanian Martial Arts Council in 1989. TFK Ju Jitsu uses techniques from Karate and Ju Jitsu as well as techniques from other martial art styles to enhance students self defence capabilities. Beginners are welcome at anytime. TFK Ju JItsu caters for ages 13 years and above. Self Defence classes and Private lessons available
Burnie Seniors Class: (13yrs+) at PCYC Terrylands, Burnie
Wednesday: 7pm to 8.30pm
Please ring for details.
The Harmony Singers is a group of ladies of all ages who practise weekly. One main concert is held every year and are available to entertain on request for groups and organisations. We are a group of friendship and fellowship that love to sing and entertain.
An organisation involving women who have been in the Guiding movement as Leaders and Supporters and wish to continue to have contact and input in Guiding. Meetings are held every 3rd Tuesday of each month.
Australian Navy Cadets, Wivenhoe Beach
Motoring club catering for vehicles over 30 years old. Regular meetings and events.
Western Division Badminton Association is where you can play badminton of a night. We hold Winter and Summer rosters on a Wednesday nights throughout the year, usually commencing in April. Our practice nights run from early February until the roster starts. Junior badminton is also played with practice commencing at 6.30pm every Wednesday night.
We are a non-for-profit club that believes gymnastics is the basis for all sports. It teaches fundamental movements in a way that no other sport can. We seek to have positive influence on self esteem in a fun safe environment. We aim to provide facilities and programs that meet physical, cultural and social needs of the local community. We cater for variety of ages and abilities - boys and girls. We are affiliated with Gymnastics Tasmania and Australia. Our coaches are accredited. Come and see for yourself.