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75 Bay Rd Waverton 2060

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Dear friend


Free afternoon tea - who can resist? Especially knowing the cakes and sandwiches come from Waterview! There is a Hub Afternoon Tea this Tuesday in the Waverton Uniting Church Hall. I’m looking forward to meeting more Hub members and catching up with those I haven’t seen for a while! Hope you are too. We need you to book for catering - so see below.


Another treat for Hubbers - Theatre parties are back. We’ve booked for the new David Williamson play ‘The Great Divide’ at the Ensemble on Thursday April 18. Tickets are limited, so get in now and make sure you get your tickets. Here is the promotional video from the Ensemble Theatre. See below for more information.


All those who came to the talk on Tuesday about Scams and Cyber Crime will be much wiser about avoiding these insidious acts. We learnt how over 65s are the most vulnerable in the community and how scams are constantly updating. I took a few notes - so you can read more below - plus make a note, I suggest on your phone, of the numbers you can contact if you think you are being targeted.


We have had our current website for almost 10 years now . In a few months we will be introducing a new look website and with it a new membership system. This will make it much easier for those who work with the membership database and much easier for everyone in the Hub. It will include many exciting new features, including a mobile app which you will learn more about when we are closer to the time.


One thing we will also be doing is keeping memberships to annual only. You will be advised when your membership is due and renew annually as you do now. There will no 15-month memberships.


Hope to see you at a Hub event soon!







Scams and Cyber crime - Tuesday’s talk


Senior Constable Michael Alexander from the Crime Prevention Unit was the Speaker at Tuesday’s talk on Scams and Cyber Crime. Here are some points from his talk:

  • Over 65s are the most vulnerable
  • Scammers are constantly adapting
  • Almost all scammers are overseas
  • Common scams are online shopping, NBN scams, flood, fire, the ATO, and crypto
  • Scammers aim to steal personal info


What you can do:

  • Don’t ever confirm personal info over the phone
  • If it looks suspicious or you feel uncertain ignore it
  • Be wary of text messages with URLs - don’t click on links!
  • Be wary of text messages about parcels coming your way saying they are tracking your shipment
  • Be wary of messages or emails about tax refunds.
  • Don’t click on links that come by txt
  • Voicemails can be suspicious too - be wary if you don’t know the caller
  • Don’t ever give remote access


We were also told that dating and romance scammers are targeting older people or very young people. We heard some very sad stories about older people who had lost a great deal of money this way.


Websites you can use to report scams and find out more:


You can also call your local police station if you suspect you are being targeted.




Congratulations to Hub member Christine Little who has received a 10 Year Award from Aged Care and the Mater Hospital. That certainly is dedication.

Well done Christine.






Monday Local Walks
March 18, 2024, 7:30 am to March 18, 2024, 9:30 am

Meet at Waverton at 7.30am. Bring your Opal Card.

Click here.. to see details of this walk and photos from last week.


Out of Area Walk
March 18, 2024, 9:30 am to March 18, 2024, 2:00 pm

Meet at Waverton at 9:30am. Bring your Opal Card and Mask.

A walk may start earlier if it is a long one. This will be advised by email a few days prior. 

These walks are weather dependent and may not occur if the day is forecast to be hot or very wet.


Games & Cards Day (3rd Monday)
March 18, 2024, 1:30 pm to March 18, 2024, 3:30 pm

On the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 1.30 -3.30 pm 

We play Mah Jong, Scrabble and 500

There is a $5 cost to cover the cost of the Hall.


Please note that the times for the Afternoon Tea


are 2.00pm to 3.30pm


Please book for catering purposes


Bookings close at 6pm Monday 18 March


Afternoon Tea
March 19, 2024, 2:00 pm to March 19, 2024, 3:30 pm

You are invited to afternoon tea.

A wonderful opportunity to catch up with other Hub members or meet new members over an excellent afternoon tea provided by Waterview Cafe. 

New members are especially welcome.

Venue: Waverton Hall

Date:   Tuesday 19/03/2024

Time:  2.00 pm to 3.30pm

Light refreshments will be served.

To confirm numbers for catering please Book here .

Bookings close 6pm Monday 18 March.


Theatre outing - Ensemble
April 18, 2024, 11:00 am to April 18, 2024, 1:00 pm

Bookings for our Theatre Party at the Ensemble to see David Williamson’s new play,  The Great Divide on Thursday 18 April are now open.  Starring Georgie Parker and Kate Raison, the play depicts a battle between a developer and a community seeking to protect their idyllic life with characteristic Williamson caustic wit and humour.

We are going to the 11.00 am session, which ends around 1.00  so that those who choose can go out to lunch afterwards.

The Ensemble runs a shuttle bus from Milson’s Point Station from 10.00 am to 10.45 and a return one to the station after the play.

Cost of tickets is $83.00. When you book, you will be told your seat number, but will collect your ticket from the Ensemble Box Office on the day of the performance.

Please note that we cannot refund the cost of tickets. If you book and find you cannot go, you will need to find someone else to take the ticket.

Date: Thursday 18 April 

Time: 11.00am

Cost: $83

Bookings here ..

Tickets to be collected at the Box Office on the day.

Please remember to check your seat number on the Ticket you were sent from Trybooking when you booked.






Tai Chi / Qui Jong every Mon, Tue & Wed 8am in Brennan Park,  

The Coffee Catchup Tuesday 10am at Botanica 


Hub Happy Hour Wednesday 4.30pm at Bar Quattro


Boules - Thursday 4.00pm on the Platform at the Coal Loader






Northside Produce Market

Saturday, March 16 - 8am to 12pm


Music to celebrate - March 17


We have some very talented people in the Hub. The Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra is 50 years old and on Sunday, March 17 they will be performing Gustav Mahler’s colossal Symphony No.2, The ‘Resurrection’ with the Willoughby Symphony Choir - which includes Hub members

It’s at the Concourse Concert Hall and tickets are $20-$55. 

CLICK HERE .. for more details and to book.






SAGE TO STAGE - March 24

Be entertained, inspired and surprised by a new generation of playwrights. 

This Soirée-style event is the climax of the Sage Age Competition.
Presented by
Sunday, March 24 at 3PM in the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct

MORE DETAILS .. including exact location and possible parking



My name is Elisa and I’m part of the Healthy Ageing team at the Centre for Population Health, NSW Health. We are working towards embedding healthy ageing into older adult community settings across NSW, with a focus on priority populations.


Through sharing our updated suite of healthy ageing offerings, we are hoping they will assist you to promote and embed physical activity and healthy lifestyle education into your existing community settings. To better understand our healthy ageing offerings, please visit the

Active and Healthy website 

Kind regards 

Elisa D\'Ambra



The NSW Seniors Festival will run from 11-24 March 2024. The theme of the festival is Reach Beyond! 

CLICK HERE .. for details.
CLICK HERE .. for the March newsletter









Warm regards,

The Hub eNews Team  



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