Family Programs & Services

  • Anglicare WA - Childrens Contact Services 9792 9200
  • Anglicare WA - Supported Tennant Education Program 9720 9293

Childrens Programs & Activities

  • Jo Jingles South West (Musical Activity)
Jo Jingles provides fun and interactive MUSICSINGING &  MOVEMENT classes for babies, pre-schoolers from 3 months to 5 years of age. Come and meet Jo - the happy little fellow all dressed up in red and yellow!
Please contact Catherine: 0437 243 274

  • Kumon Bunbury Education Centre (Maths & English tutoring)
Kumon pursues the potential of each individual with the individualised, self-learning method. Based on individalised instruction and study at the right level, Kimon seeks to improve the skills of each child and maximise their potential. To register or for more information please call Cathie: 9797 0551

Indigenous Programs

  • South West Aboriginal Medical Services (SWAMS Playgroup)
A wonderful Playgroup session held on Monday mornings during school terms for aboriginal families to come along and join a playgroup session, children learning through play in a caring and safe environment. Singing, craft activities and skill development. For more information please phone: 1800 779 000 or visit their Facebook page 

Interest Groups

  • Adam Road Patchworkers

Adam Road Patchworkers meet every Wednesday evening from 7 to 10pm. If interested in joining the group please call Val:9721 5124

  • South West Four Wheel Drive Club
The South West Four Wheel Drive Club meets at the Hudson Road Family Centre on every 4th Tuesday of the month from 7.30 to 9.30pm. If interested in joining the club please contact Justin: 0448136917

  • Wednesday Craft Group
The craft group is a social group which meets every Wednesday afternoon from 12.30 to 3.00pm. Bring your own art/craft supplies and project. There is a  $2 entry fee which includes afternoon tea. For more information please call Pat: 9795 8476

  • Bunbury Toast Masters
Learn useful tips and tricks that will help you develop your speaking and presentation skills to help you reach your goals. For more information please contact Helen: 0400 010 832

  • Bunbury Men of Song (Men Against Domestic Violence Choir)
Meeting at the Hudson Road Family Centre on Friday evenings from 6.30 to 8.30pm. They are all about music for enjoyment - the enjoyment they derive from singing in the classic male voice choral tradition and the enjoyment people get from hearing us do so.To join this fabulous group please call Greg on: 0417 637 944

  • Mothers Of Pre-schoolers

We understand the unique needs, challenges and joys in this vital season of early mothering. At MOPS every mum is welcomed, accepted and challenged to reach her potential and recognise her influence with her family and her world.

If you are pregnant or have a child between the ages of 0 and 6 years, MOPS is for you.

At MOPS you will meet new friends, hear speakers on relevant topics, learn new skills and gain confidence in mothering.

And all this happens child-free! While mums engage with the MOPS program, their babies and little kids enjoy on-site care and age-appropriate activities in MOPPETS.

MOPS is a community of women who believe that better mums make a better world!
To join this group please email:

  • Withers Progress Association Inc.

Meets at the Hudson Road Family Centre every 2nd Thursday of the month from 7 to 9pm. They are a not for profit committee/community group working with the community connecting people to enriching lives. If you would like to be involved in a worth while group to help organise community events such as Friends of Des Ugle Park Christmas Fair or Pot Luck Dinners you can email them on:


  Self Help & Support Groups

  • Australian Red Cross

Australian Red Cross facilitates group sessions with guest speakers on relevant information relating to Community supports and services and carer wellbeing.   Carers can share common experiences and enjoy social interaction while taking a short respite break. For more details please contact Carers Support on 9726 6700 

  • South West Multiple Birth Association
The South West Multiple Birth Association (SWMBA) is a not-for-profit group providing support and information to families of multiples. We are located in the South West region of Western Australia but as the only Australian Multiple Birth Association affiliated club in WA, we welcome membership from around the state.
Our aim is:
  • To provide a network of friends who have multiple birth children.
  • To provide a means of communication for sharing information about the care and raising of multiple birth children.
  • To increase public awareness of the needs of families with multiples and improve the resources available to them
  • Australian Breast Feeding Association
Provide mothers with practical mother‐to‐mother support and information, enabling them to establish and continue breastfeeding. They provide a range of services and resources for mother‐to‐mother and peer support , adopt technological solutions for breastfeeding support and meet mothers wherever they are on their breastfeeding journey
Contact: Kerry 9796 0635 or Harriette 9791 9391

  • Bunbury Birth Circle

The Bunbury Birth Circle are a not for profit community group that is attended by women from all walks of life. They gather monthly to discuss our births, birth plans, parenting, offering support for each other in our birth journeys and early parenting.
If you want to contact us, please do so via a Facebook message or by texting Renae on 0433356760 or Sashi on 0408325677

Health & Fitness Programs

  • Tai Chi
Tai Chi for seniors on Thursdays at 12.30 to 2.30pm. An afternoon of movement and exercise followed by afternoon tea. For more information call Anne: 9725 3561

  • Hatha Yoga
Hatha Yoga is gentle stretching suitable for all ages. It stimulates energy centres making you feel alive and centred. It can reduce stress levels, help sleep. if interested in joining Maja in some Hatha Yoga Classes please give her a call on: 0428 767 245
  • Kangatraining
Kangatraining is a complete workout during which both cardiovascular endurance/flexibility and muscular capacity/strength are enhanced. Unlike traditional exercise classes, new mums need not worry about finding a babysitter or minding an unsettled baby during class because the babies are worn on them and get to be part of the action! As well as the physical benefits, the opportunity to meet other local mums in a fun, relaxed environment boosts their emotional wellbeing.To join Kangatraing on Thursday mornings please email:

Adult / Seniors Programs

  • Broadband For Seniors - Computer training FREE 4 week course
Broadband for Seniors assists the seniors in our community to learn the skils they need to use computers and access the internet. You will receive one to one tutoring over a 4 week period. Sessions are held on Fridays from 1 to 3pm. Places are limited and registrations are required. If you are interested please contact Julie: 9795 9308 or email:

  • Bunbury Community Learning Centre
A wonderful morning for senior ladies sharing a morning tea with interesting guest speakers. Meets on the 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th Wednesday of each month. To join the group or for more information please call Gaye: 0439 356 891

  • National Seniors Australia
The National Seniros Australia meet at the Hudson Road Family Centre on the 4th Monday every second month. For more infomation please call Kim: 0449238202

Religious Groups

  • Members in Christ
Meets every Sunday from 9am to noon. For more information please contact Welma: 0404 376 943

  • Living Gospel Prayer Group
Meets every 3rd Saturday of the month at 5pm. For more information please call June: 0406 622 959