What’s on at PBNC

What’s On: July–September 2022

Aug 12, 2020 | What's On | 2 comments

The following activities are subject to change due to COVID-19 restrictions. All activities will be confirmed the week before. Follow us on Facebook for updates.



PBNC Activity Days Times About Contact
NDIS Support Coordination
(for NDIS participants)
Thursdays & by appointment By appointment Independent, authentic support in co-design and implementation of NDIS packages. Bridget
0755 981 505

Happy Parents Happy Kids

Parenting Program (free)
Wednesday 10th and Wednesday 17th August 9:30am – 1:30pm (both days) A two session course that explores parenting styles and ways to encourage preferred behaviours in children. Georgia
0755 981505


Wednesday 3rd August 9:30am – 1pm Explores what children’s needs and provides practical tips for building resilience in your children. Samantha

Understanding Electricity Bills & Getting a Better Deal

September, date to be advised


Understanding electricity bills & plans.

Getting a better deal.

Tips on how to save money & budget

Sally (works Mon & Tues)
0755 98 1505

Neighbourhood & Care Army Connect
Volunteer matching service

Monday–Thursday 9am – 4pm Support and assistance matching volunteers to volunteering opportunities. If you would like to know more about volunteering opportunities o the southern Gold Coast. Call Joanne Joanne
0755 981 505

International Women’s Group

Commences July (free)
 Tuesdays (fortnightly) 10am – 12pm Welcome social group for new women Migrants, Refugees and for those from overseas who have been in Australia less than 5 years.
(Weekly appointments available for individual support)
0755 981 505 Samantha@palmbeachnc.org.au

Community Hub Activities

Dads in Distress

Tuesdays  6:00pm-7:00pm Separated father’s support group. GOLD COAST DIDS
1300 853 437

Change Futures Psychology

Mon-Fri By appt. Psychology services specialising in children and families
Requires a MHCP referral for bulk billing
07 3857 0847
Ask for Palm Beach office


Mondays 6:00pm-8:00pm Support group for gamblers & families Darren
07 5524 4682



  1. Steve

    As a community centre, why don’t you offer creative classes like print making, pottery, jewellery making, painting, drawing etc….

    • Samantha Way

      Hi Steve

      Every Neighbourhood Centre is different. In this area, there is art and craft activities being held nearby in the Palm Beach Community Space, ( the old library two blocks away) and at Kirra Hill, Coolangatta. Our funding comes from the government and requires us to focus on alleviating poverty and distress.


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