Welcome to Eastern Region
|The Eastern Region contains the Council coverage areas of Woollahra, Waverley, Randwick and Bayside (north of Cook’s River) and is generally defined as all suburbs east of a line from the CBD to the airport.|
Talks are held at:
Waverley Library Theatrette, Level 1, 32 Denison St., Bondi Junction
It is a flat walk from Bondi Junction bus/train interchange; 2 hrs free parking underneath library – entrance from Ebley St. A lift links the car park to level 1.
A range of language courses, current affairs, film discussion, and book groups are held at a variety of venues – for dates and venues see the Course Book
| All U3A members (and guests) are welcome, and bookings are not required to attend talks.
Non-members who wish to attend more than two talks will be requested to join as members. Cost is $$75 p.a. Seating is generally available for up to 60 people. Morning tea is provided, funded by a $2 donation. Bookings are required for all courses. For details see Course Book for Semester 1
However, due to the corona virus, all our talks and courses have had to be suspended as from today (23 March) because the venues in which they are normally held are closed, and because of the need to maintain correct social distancing. It is too early to say when this situation will change but we do hope it will be possible to resume in July or August.
We will be contacting those speakers who were due to make presentations this semester to invite them to make them next semester, at dates to be mutually agreed. We shall also be looking for some new speakers and topics to complete the semester 2 series.
In the meantime, however, please disregard the monthly calendar usually posted on this website and in the Courses link.
The general Sydney U3A website can be accessed through www.sydneyu3a.org
Enquiries can be made to our Secretary Sandra See on 0412 044 811 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Email the U3A Central Office using the Contact Us form, or phone (02) 9267 9056 (10:00am-1:00pm, Monday to Friday).
Edited by Warwick Mayne-Wilson 23 March 2020