Community Development

Networks

Seniors' Alliance (SA)

The Seniors’ Alliance (SA) has been established to provide an inclusive platform for Seniors services and advocates to come together.

The Seniors Alliance will:

  • Maintain a community engagement model to build a resilient and knowledgeable community.
  • Support older residents who feel isolated to build stronger connections
  • Promote a solutions-based mindset of emerging gaps and barriers for senior residents
  • Promote inclusion and participation within the seniors’ community; programmed and incidental
  • Community sector engagement and participation, encouraging seniors led activities
  • Facilitate pathways for education programs to facilitate lifelong learning in Seniors
  • Encourage partnerships that value add to diversity and culture participation
  • Support a coordinated approach to future proofing the Region so seniors feel supported
  • Build the service providers responsiveness to localised solutions to localised barriers and gaps
  • Identify opportunities for services to collaborate for active and healthy activities for seniors
  • Promote improved education sharing and transparency between services for seniors’ benefit
  • Activate opportunities to engage Council representatives in seniors planning
  • Promote a community led approach to combating societal issues
  • Strengthen partnerships which build seniors community capacity to connect

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Bundaberg Regional Council supports the following community networks in working towards better opportunities for the Bundaberg community.

Networks Time Frequency Venue Contact email
All Abilities Alliance 9am to 11am Bi-monthly - 2nd Thursday Varied location comdev@bundaberg.qld.gov.au
Bundaberg Elder Abuse Awareness Network 2pm to 3pm Monthly - 3rd Tuesday Relationships Australia  
Bundaberg Interagency Meeting 12.30pm to 2pm Monthly - 3rd Thursday Bundaberg Neighbourhood Centre, 111 Targo St info@bundabergneighbourhoodcentre.org.au
Seniors Alliance (SA) 2pm to 3pm Monthly - 2nd Monday School of Arts, Room 1M comdev@bundaberg.qld.gov.au
Childers Interagency Meeting 10am to 12pm Bi-monthly - 1st Tuesday Childers Neighbourhood Centre, 69 Churchill St, Childers cnc@bundaberg.qld.gov.au
Community Youth Collective 9am to 10am Monthly - First Friday Varied Locations comdev@bundaberg.qld.gov.au
Gin Gin Interagency Meeting 10am to 11.30am Bi-monthly - 2nd Wednesday Gin Gin Neighbourhood Centre, 4 Dear St, Gin Gin ggnc@bundaberg.qld.gov.au
Family and Baby Network 1pm to 2.30pm Monthly - 1st Monday Uniting Care Community, 3A River Terrace becky.spruce@uccommunity.org.au
Local Level Alliance 10am to 12pm Bi-monthly - 3rd Tuesday Bundaberg Neighbourhood Centre,111 Targo St stephanie.wilson@cofcqld.com.au
Youth Development Action Team (YDAT) 3:30pm to 5pm Monthly - 3rd Tuesday School of Arts, Room 1M comdev@bundaberg.qld.gov.au