Recreation and Leisure

Social Centre Activities at our Social Centre

To find out what social activities are happening at 1 Cameron Avenue, Gilles Plains, you can read or download the Social  Centre Activities Program Term 2 2018 Part 2.

Volunteer driver standing at the side of the BWA Bus

BWA Bus and Transport Driver.

Social Activities in Southern Adelaide

SE Social Group

This friendly group provides an opportunity for BWA members  living in Southern regions of Adelaide to get together. Share morning tea and a chat as well as enjoying a variety of activities including musical performances and guest speakers.

SE Social Group is a non-denominational group and meets on the first Tuesday of the month at Woodcroft Christian Centre.  All members are welcome to this group.

Click on the link for our latest program here, alternatively you can download the program by clicking on the link  SE Social Club Program 2018.

SE Bus Trips

SE Bus Trips operate on the alternate third Thursday and Tuesday of the month providing a great opportunity to get out and about. Trips include a variety of local destinations and a luncheon.

Click on the link for our latest bus trips here, alternatively  download the program by clicking on the link South East Bus Trip 2018 August – November.

Numbers are limited to seating availability, so please book early.  Bus trips are accompanied by BWA volunteers.

SE Conversation Corner

Conversation Corner meets on the last Monday of each month at Mockingbird Lounge Bookshop Café- Broadway, Glenelg North. The group provides an opportunity for members to come together for an informal catch up, chat and sharing of issues.  Coffee and snacks are available from the café. As suggested by the venue there is a literary focus for the group with the sharing of popular titles and perhaps a short story or prose for discussion on the day.

New members are very welcome so please contact our Southern Services Coordinator, Tracy Reed on 08 8556 6228 or email treed@blindwelfare.org.au  if you would like to come along. 

BWA and RSB Recreation & Leisure Groups by Area

The Recreation and Leisure Program is delivered in partnership with Blind Welfare and the Royal Society for the Blind.

The aim of this program is to provide recreation and leisure activities to people who are blind or vision impaired across metropolitan Adelaide.For more information about programs in your area use the links below or contact our office on 08 8367 9732:

Royal Society for the Blind logo, representation of an eye, the letters rsb and 125 years with 2 guide dog puppies one cream and one black.