As always, we have lots of fantastic things coming up at Seawinds Community Hub

It is really difficult for everyone as the lockdown continues and we remain physically disconnected from our friends and family. As we cannot come together physically, we are about keeping you connected using the wonderful digital technology to keep you engaged during these trying times of the Covid-19 virus.  To show our support for the community across the Southern Peninsula we have joined forces with Rye Community House offering a broader range of online programs to keep you entertained and connected during lockdown.   Check out the latest program for further details

Seawinds Breakfast Club Tuesdays 8am to 10am
In these difficult times the Seawinds Community Hub are pleased to provide an essential service to support the local community.
If you are disadvantaged, homeless or need a helping hand go along to the Seawinds Community Hub for brekkie.

Another way of helping our community on the Southern Peninsula
Free selection of bread, savouries, fresh and packaged food
(depending on what’s available)
Seawinds Community Hub Mon to Thurs from 9.30am
Rye Community House, 27 Nelson Street, Rye Fridays 1pm–3pm

Share a Story

Please feel free to share stories how you are keeping entertained during these times, how you are helping other or perhaps you have a story to share in the wonderful community we live in – please reach out to us!


Mending Matters is still helping our local community on Wednesdays at the Hub 10am-2pm – or just call us at the Hub, and then drop your item in. We will contact you when it is ready for pick up from the Hub.

Community Lunch Wednesdays during school terms. Bookings essential, please call the Hub 5982 2204.

Seated Pilates with Jill every Wednesday 10:30am-11:30am

Narcotics Anonymous:  NA is a fellowship of men and women who desire freedom from all addiction.  We share our experiences, strength and hope. For people who are suffering an active addiction, we aim to stay clean and carry the message  – that it is possible to stop using drugs. Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings weekly – donation

Alcoholics Anonymous: Join a discrete fellowship of men and women who desire freedom from all addiction. We share experiences, strengths and hope. Days TBA – donation