Seniors Coordinating Committee (SCC)
The purpose of the SCC is to provide a council forum where issues and matters that impact on our senior citizens can be raised, discussed and where relevant, progressed or resolved.
The Committee plays a significant role in providing a united forum for Alice Springs based seniors and meets monthly on the 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Alice Springs 50 Plus Community Centre
The Alice Springs 50 Plus Community Centre is located at 11 Wills Terrace. A variety of activities and events are held at the Centre. More information can be found via:
Every August, Alice Springs Town Council celebrates the contribution that our senior citizens make to our community. Seniors are invited to attend the annual Mayoral Morning Tea, Library workshops & activities and perform at the lively and always entertaining "Still Got Talent" Seniors Talent Quest event.
For enquiries regarding the Alice Springs Town Council and seniors issues, events or facilities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
In recent years more and more people have been retiring to Alice Springs, with its active community and relaxed lifestyle.
Concessions are given and services provided, some of which are detailed below.
As the number of people over the age of 50 increases in Alice Springs, there are now several organisations other than the Alice Springs Senior Citizens Association which cater to seniors, all with a slightly different focus.
PROBUS is an organisation with monthly meetings and/or outings for retired or semi-retired people 50 years and over.
The Alice Springs branch of National Seniors is concerned with the well-being of seniors in society. They also conduct monthly meetings. Click here to visit the National Seniors Facebook page.
U3A Alice Springs Inc (University of the Third Age) promotes learning for the pleasure of learning. It offers academic, cultural, recreational (including physical) groups for this purpose.
COTA (NT) is the Peak Body for seniors in the Territory, and is dedicated to promoting the well-being of senior Territorians aged 50 years and over and indigenous Territorians aged 45 years and over.
Look up Seniors organisations in our online Community Directory.