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

 Malabar Combined Probus Club | fourth Tuesday of each month

Probus is all about Friendship, Fellowship and Fun in retirement. Probus provides you with the opportunity to join together in clubs and to progress healthy minds and active bodies through social interaction and activities with retirees in your community. Probus opens the door to new experiences and friendships, you can hear wonderful guest speakers, stay active by participating in a wide range of activities and explore your community, your country or the world.

Everyone is welcome to come along to our regular meetings.

What: Malabar Combines Probus Club meetings with guest speakers

When: Fourth Tuesday of each month at 10am

Where: Upstairs at the Juniors Malabar (formerly Malabar RSL), 28 Victoria Street, Malabar NSW 2036

More information: Call 02 9311 2461 | check out the Malabar Combined Probus Club Facebook page | Visit the Probus South Pacific website  

 Chasing away the black dog: New treatments for depression | 10 October

Come along and learn about the latest ground-breaking therapies for the treatment of depression and other psychiatric disorders. 

Researchers from the Black Dog Institute will speak about cutting-edge therapies. 

Presenters include:

  • Steven Nikolin, Neuroscience Fellow,
  • Adriano Moffa, PhD Candidate
  • Adam Bayes, Psychiatric and Senior Research Fellow

What: Seminar | Chasing away the blackdog: New treatments for depression

When: Thursday 10 October from 7pm to 8:30pm

Where: Margaret Martin Library, Randwick

Bookings: Bookings are required | Call 02 9093 6972 or email Frida.Kitas@randwick.nsw.gov.au

More information: Light refreshments will be served | Check out the flyer

 Cultural Bridges | 12 October

Come and be part of celebrating culture and diversity in our city! Everyone is welcome to attend. Proudly hosted by Randwick City Council and Ethnic Community Services Co-operative. 

  • Showcasing local services
  • Live music and performances
  • Kids activities and giveaways
  • Multicultural food
  • Demonstrations
  • Gelato, coffee and more

What: Cultural Bridges — a celebration of culture and diversity

When: Saturday 12 October from 10am to 3pm

Where: Kensington Park Community Centre, 1 Day Lane Kensington

Bookings: No bookings are required

More information: Check out the flyer | Call 02 9093 6972 | Email Frida.Kitas@randwick.nsw.gov.au

 Friends of the Laperouse Museum Inc — AGM and Pierre Roussel Memorial Lecture | 9 November

The Pierre Roussel Memorial Lecture will be delivered by newly appointed Consul-General of France Mme Anne Bouillon. Everyone is welcome to attend and refreshments will be served.

What: Friends of the Laperouse Museum Inc — Annual General Meeting and Pierre Roussel Memorial Lecture:

When: Saturday 9 November at 11am

Where: Instrument Room of the La Perouse Museum, 1542 Anzac Parade, La Perouse 

RSVP to register your attendance: Call 0487 638 626 (Please leave message only as phone may not be attended) | Email friendsofthelaperousemuseum@gmail.com | Mail to PO Box 475 Matraville NSW 2036.

 The Anchor of Lapérouse: A Conservator’s Perspective | 13 June 2020

Join internationally renowned conservator Julian Bickersteth from International Conservation Services, and curator Roxanne Fea from La Perouse Museum as they explore the history and possible future of the anchor of Lapérouse. This talk will explore the forensic nature of curation and primarily focus on the art of conserving maritime artefacts of this scale and interpretative significance. Refreshments will be served.

What: The Anchor of La Pérouse: A Conservator's Perspective

When: Saturday 13 June 2020 from 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Where: Instrument Room of the La Perouse Museum, 1542 Anzac Parade, La Perouse

Cost: $15 per person

Bookings: Bookings essential | To order and pay for your ticket/s go to http://www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/community/whats-on/events/2019/october/the-anchor-of-la-perouse-a-conservators-perspective

 

 Check out local facilities for yourself

 

 Clubs

Coogee Diggers

Coogee Legion Club

Coogee Lions Club

Coogee Surf Life Saving Club

Coogee Triathlon Club

M club (formerly Maroubra Sports Club)

Maroubra Lions Club

Maroubra Seals

Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club

Matraville RSL Club

Randwick Botany Cycling Club

South Maroubra Dolphins Winter Swimming Club

South Maroubra Surf Club

The Juniors Kingsford

The Juniors Malabar (formerly Malabar RSL)

The Juniors Maroubra Junction

Yarra Bay 16ft Skiffs Sailing Club

 Cycling

Bike tracks

Randwick Botany Cycling Club

 Libraries and museums

Laperouse Museum 

Libraries and Museum — Bayside

Prince Henry Hospital Nursing and Medical Museum

Randwick City Library

 Parks

Kamay Botany Bay National Park

Parks — Randwick

Parks — Bayside

Playgrounds — Randwick

 Randwick City Council

Randwick City Council − What's on

 Sport

Coogee Triathlon Club

Golf

M club (formerlyMaroubra Sports Club)

Hensley Athletic Field

Sports fields — Bayside

Sports fields — Randwick

Surf sports

 Swimming

Botany Aquatic Centre

Des Renford Leisure Centre

Learn to swim — Randwick

Nippers

Ocean pools — Randwick

South Maroubra Dolphins Winter Swimming Club

 Walking

Bare Island Fort

Coastal walkway

Randwick City Tourism bushwalking

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