Seniors represent an important part of our MidCoast community! See below for information and events relevant to our local seniors.
Seniors Festival 2021
NSW Seniors Festival is a great time of year to celebrate our seniors and the important role they play in our communities.
Did you know more than one third of everyone living here on the MidCoast is aged over 60? If that’s not reason enough to celebrate this vibrant and active sector in our community, think about what they contribute to our daily lives. We draw on their wisdom and experience, as story-tellers they keep our history alive, they support our active volunteer network, and instil values in our younger generations.
Take some time to say thankyou to the seniors in your life, and support them to come together during Seniors Festival, 12 - 26 April 2021.
Download the brochure now(PDF, 3MB) to find out about a whole range of free events and workshops taking place right across the region. From movie screenings in our libraries, to decoupage and technology workshops, there's something for everyone. Once you've decided on the activities you'd like to take part in, call 6592 5290 or visit our libraries events page to book your place. Bookings for the Cattai Wetlands tour can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
NSW Seniors Festival is an annual event designed to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions that seniors make to the NSW community. Visit www.seniorsfestival.nsw.gov.au for more information.
MidCoast Assist can help you stay independent and remain in your home. Visit our MidCoast Assist website for more information on how we can help.
Mobility scooter users
Mobility scooters can be an important part of everyday life for people with limited mobility. They are becoming a popular choice and before you rush into any decisions, make sure you do some research.
To get you started, read our Mobility Scooter Fact Sheet(PDF, 2MB) which includes tips to get you moving, along with safety rules and considerations.
Chargepoint stations are a safe and convenient way to charge your motorised wheelchair. Chargepoints are available in both Taree and Wingham and can be used at no cost:
- Council Administration Centre, Pulteney Street
- Manning Valley Libraries
- Manning Aquatic Leisure Centre
- Manning Valley Visitor Information Centre
- Taree Airport
- Wingham Pool