Community Centres for Kids - Werrington Downs (2747)

Western Sydney, the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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Community centres for kids - greater than 5km from Werrington Downs (2747)

Casula Physical Culture Club
Casula Physical Culture Club FUN. FITNESS. FRIENDS. Come join us! Friends please share and get the word out about physie! #casulaphysie Casula Community Centre Ingham Drive Casula, 2170 Classes resume Tuesday 7th February 5.00pm-530pm Pre Schoolers 5.30pm-615pm 5 to 8 yrs 615pm-700pm 9 to 12 yrs 7.00pm-745pm Seniors 7.45pm-8.30pm Ladies Burns Physie was founded in 1968 to offer exercise classes to girls and ladies in South Western Sydney. 50 Years on and we are still offering Physie classes ...
The Parks Community Network
FREE FREE FREE!!!!! The Parks Community Network Inc have a Youth Drop In service for 12-24 years living in the Fairfield Local Government Area. At present, we have FREE activities such as Bootcamp Fitness, Creative Cooking, Self Defence and Events Management Course. LOUD! Tribe project (youth group that organise events for youth) meets every week. Every Thursday, if between the age of 12-24, you can take part in any of these activities for FREE. You also have the choice to "hang out, " play ...

33 William St, PO Box 34, North Richmond, NSW 2754 10-25 km from Werrington Downs

Friendly & welcoming Community Hub with meeting spaces for many groups, services and private functions. Halls available for private hire and group hire. Out of School Hours Care and Vacation Care for primary school age children at our 'Fun Factory'. Play group, dance groups for children, music lessons, women's social & craft group (with child care!), yoga, zumba, martial arts, tai chi, pilates, spinning, weaving, embroidery, quilting, support groups, JP, Lions, Brownies, Guides, Seniors Leisure ...

Other community activities for kids - in and around Werrington Downs (2747) (within 5km)

Colonial Golf and FootGolf Course
Score 5 from 1 review(s)
The Colonial Golf Course in Werrington is great for the golf novice, for junior golfers, for families and groups of casual social golfers, and for anyone who just wants to play a fast game with zero stress. Relaxed atmosphere, casual dress code, and friendly staff. For close on 25 years the Colonial Golf Course in Werrington has been known as the premier golf course, for the working class man, in the SydWest region. Greens and fairways alike are in great condition, the course looks brilliant and ...
Mens Health Networking event

07-10-2015

Want to network with other service providers? This was the question and the answer was yes. The venue was Werrington foot golf course, the perfect place to get active and network with people in a super health and naturally relaxed environment. I recommend this activity completely. I work with clients that have complex needs and in a kick golf game we can begin the process of talking and listening which comes more easily when doing a relax physical activity.

Luke Priddis Foundation
Simply, the Foundation aims to improve the lives of children with ASD. Through our own experiences and through talking to other parents with children who have been diagnosed with ASD, we decided the best way to support these kids was through early intervention education and community awareness and education. Each year, the Foundation holds various events, including our annual ‘Fitness for Autism’, to promote understanding of ASD in the community. We also hold workshops and seminars to help educate ...

Ropes Crossing Hub, 54 Pulley Drive, Ropes Crossing, NSW 2760 2-5 km from Werrington Downs

Ropes Crossing Church runs 4 FAMILIES (School Holiday Program) each year.What? Fun activities for children preschool - year 6.When? The first week of September school holidays Monday - Friday 10.00 am - 12.00 midday.Where? Ropes Crossing Hub.How much? Gold coin donation.All welcome. 

Other community activities for kids - greater than 5km from Werrington Downs (2747)

Build-A-Mind
Build-A-Mind is a family owned and operated edutainment company. We offer fun and educational enrichment programs for girls and boys ranging in age from 7 to 11 in the Blue Mountains and surrounding areas. Our programs are themed and include holiday workshops, after school clubs, incursions, parties and special events. All of our programs reinforce the four c's of 21st century learning: creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking and use LEGO® bricks and robotics to inspire and ...

60 Falmouth Rd, Quakers Hill, NSW 2763 10-25 km from Werrington Downs

Our Mission is to enable girls and young women in the Quakers Hill, Woodcroft and Doonside local area to grow into confident, self respecting, responsible community members. Quakers Hill Girl Guides currently has units in Junior Guides (7-10yo) and Guides (10-13yo). We are always ready to welcome new girls to join us...
Score 3.67 from 3 review(s)

Springwood Rd, Yarramundi, NSW 2753 10-25 km from Werrington Downs

Awesome

11-09-2014

My son just loves camp. The staff are wonderful and very supportive. The giant swing is his favourite. He wants to work there when he grows up.

Our kids love it!

09-09-2014

Our kids have gone to Camp Yarramundi every holidays for the past 4 years. They love it. They love the staff and the food. But it is a camp, they do outdoorsy things and they get dirty - it's not a five star hotel. We love that they come home each time with new experiences and new friends, and a new sense of independence. Staff are always helpful and happy to chat during the camp to let us know how the kids are going.

A terrible experience

15-07-2013

My son and his friend went to the Yarramundi school holiday camp in July 2013. They both came back quite traumatised by the experience. The kids were forced to undertake activities that they did not want to do despite the literature saying the campers could choose the activities they wanted to participate in. They had to do "Boot Camp" activities and were then penalised because some people in the group played up. There was no hot water and they had to have cold showers in the middle of winter and were housed with several children that they thought appeared to have some social problems. They thought the food was poor with some dishes such as a manufactured chicken dish and powdered egg for breakfast. The cost was expensive for what they received. We sent our son to the camp expecting him to have a pleasant five days but it was far from that. Highly not recommended.

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