Suncare Community Centre Activities

Suncare Community Centre Activities

Suncare has a growing program of activities focused on encouraging physical and mental health and wellbeing.

Suncare Community Centre events and activities are a great way to meet other people, and trying new experiences and learning new things can help your body and mind remain fit and active.

We pride ourselves on the range of events and activities we offer at all our community centres including our recently updated Centre at Maroochydore.

We invite you to come and experience the many and varied activities on offer. These include craft groups, dance and music sessions, events, indoor bowls, cards and coffee mornings. 

If you are keen to socialise and build friendships in your community, we invite you to get involved… there really is something for everyone.

To find out more about events and activities at the Suncare Community Centre or in your area, please contact the Customer Service Team on 1800 786 227. 

Check out our program of activities at our Community Centres:  In Centre Activities August 2022

History of the Suncare Community Centre

Suncare has a 35 year history creating community connection at this location. Since 1987, this Centre has provided much needed respite, support, care and meals for the Sunshine Coast community.

In 1970, the Central Sunshine Coast Committee on the Ageing (now Suncare Community Services) was formed with support from the Maroochydore Rotary Club to begin the Maroochydore Meals on Wheels service.

Committed to improving the wellbeing of senior citizens, a  goal to build a Senior Citizens Centre with provisions for activities and respite facilities was set. Land on the corner of George Street and Memorial Avenue Maroochydore, owned by the Maroochydore RSL, Park Trustees and Rotary Club, was relinquished for the purpose of building the Senior Citizens Centre to be built over three stages. 

Years of dedicated fundraising and grant applications funded the construction of stage one, including facilities for Meals on Wheels. Fundraising continued for stage two and in 1978 the Maroochydore Community Hall was officially opened.


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