What else is on?

This page contains links to a number of activities outside of the Prince Henry environs which may be of interest. There may be many more. Please complete the feedback form below if you'd like to advise amendments and/or additions.

 Kamay parkrun | every Saturday morning

What: Weekly timed 5km runs for all ages and abilities

When: 7am every Saturday

Where: In the park adjacent to the Yarra Bay Sailing Club, 67-69 Yarra Road, Phillip Bay

Cost: FREE!

Who: Open to everyone of all ages and abilities

Find out more and register: Check out the Kamay parkrun special

 Silent Tears Exhibition Launch and Q&A |15 November

Maroubra Silent Tears is a multi-media exhibition that reveals the lived-experience of women with disability who are subjected to violence and women who acquired disability as a result of violence. You are invited to the official launch of the Silent Tears Exhibition followed by a Q&A with Belinda Mason, Denise Beckwith and participants featured in the works of the project. The exhibition will run between 4 November to 29 December 2017 during library opening hours.

What: Silent Tears Exhibition Launch and Q&A

When: Wednesday 15 November 2018 from 7pm to 8pm

Where: Lionel Bowen Library, Level 1, 669-673 Anzac Parade (Lionel Bowen Library is a wheelchair accessible venue)

Trigger warning:This exhibition includes depictions and some graphic accounts of violence towards women | If you require support please contact Domestic Violence Hotline 1800 656 463. 

More information: Contact Frida Kitas:

 New ways to prevent and treat back pain seminar | 23 November

Join speakers from Neuroscience Research Australia, who will discuss the latest research in pain and the link with the brain. The seminar will include the latest findings and treatments aiming to reduce back pain by targeting the brain, specifically for those with chronic back pain. Topics include:

  • Introduction | Associate Professor James McAuley, Senior Research Scientist 
  • The new age: A journey through pain: the brain and the back | Matthew Bagg, Physiotherapist and Scientist 
  • Challenging the myths surrounding low back pain | Edel O’Hagan, Physiotherapist and Scientist 
  • Moving forward with low back pain | Aidan Cashin, Exercise Physiologist and Scientist

What: New ways to prevent and treat back pain seminar

When: Thursday 23 November 2017, 7pm to 8:30pm

Where: Margaret Martin Library Level 1, Royal Randwick Shopping Centre

Cost: FREE!  Light refreshment served

Bookings required: Contact Frida Kitas

More information: Check out the flyer

 Robot Bird Poetry Workshop | 25 November 2017

In this workshop we delve into the mysterious link between Robot Birds and poetry. We’ll create a strange, wonderful Robot Bird that represents some aspect of our personality and write a poem about our first meeting. Along the way, we’ll discuss all manner of exciting poetic tricks, everything from alliteration to onomatopoeia. Everyone will leave with an anthology of the poems created during the workshop.

What: Robot Bird Poetry Workshop | Suitable for students in Grades 3-8 with learning and support needs.

When: Two sessions available from 10am to 12pm or 1pm to 3pm

Where: Margaret Martin library Level 1, Royal Randwick Shopping Centre Belmore Road, Randwick

Cost: FREE! | Refreshments will be served. 

Bookings required: Contact Frida Kitas

More information: Check out the flyer

 Pere Receveur Mass at La Perouse | 18 February

This Mass is celebrated annually on the verandah of the Laperouse Museum near the grave of Fr Receveur who died at Botany Bay on 17 February 1788.

He was a priest and scientist with the La Perouse expedition. He may have been the first Catholic priest in Australia. Read more about Pere Receveur...

Everyone is invited to this outdoor Mass.

What: Pere Receveur Mass

When: 18 February 2018 at 11am

Where: Laperouse Museum, Anzac Parade, La Perouse

More information: Shade, sound system, transportation of items provided courtesy of Randwick City Council | Sausage sizzle provided by Seaside Lions | Refreshments by Friends of Laperouse Museum.

 

Check local facilities for yourself:

 Clubs

Coogee Beach Surf Life Saving Club

Coogee Diggers

Coogee Legion Club

Coogee Lions Club

Coogee Surf Life Saving Club

Coogee Triathlon Club

M club (formerlyMaroubra Sports Club)

Maroubra Seals

Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club

Matraville RSL Club

Randwick & Coogee Amateur Swimming Club

Randwick Botany Cycling Club

South Maroubra Dolphins Winter Swimming Club

South Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club

The Juniors Kingsford

The Juniors Malabar (formerly Malabar RSL)

The Juniors Maroubra Junction

Yarra Bay 16ft Sailing Club

 Cycling

Bike tracks

Randwick Botany Cycling Club

 Libraries and museums

Laperouse Museum 

Libraries and Museums - Botany

Prince Henry Hospital Nursing and Medical Museum

Randwick City Library

 Parks

Kamay Botany Bay National Park

Parks - Randwick

Parks - Botany

Playgrounds - Randwick

 Randwick City Council

Randwick City Council − What's on

 Sport

Coogee Triathlon Club

Golf

M club (formerlyMaroubra Sports Club)

Hensley Athletic Field

Soccer - Botany

Sports fields - Randwick

Surf sports

 Swimming

Botany Aquatic Centre

Des Renford Leisure Centre

Learn to swim - Botany

Learn to swim - Randwick

Nippers

Ocean pools - Randwick

Randwick & Coogee Amateur Swimming Club

South Maroubra Dolphins Winter Swimming Club

 Walking

Bare Island

Coastal walkway

Randwick City Tourism bushwalking

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