Members of U3A Banyule may be interested in the following events and activities that are conducted in City of Banyule. Invitations to participate in research and other projects are also listed.
One of the most important things we can do as we age is be as healthy as possible. The Premier’s Active April encourages all Victorians to do 30 minutes of physical activity a day during April. It’s free, fun and part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to get more people moving. If you sign up you’ll have online access to free fitness support, discounts, and special offers.
Many of our members participate in activities that keep them active and feeling healthier. For example, our weekly classes of Line Dancing, Walks for Fun, Tai Chi and Yoga. Other activities you could record could include gardening, walking, lawn bowls, gym and much more.
Our Bimonthly News Editor, Cheryl Pritchard has registered a U3A Banyule team and invites members to join by following these steps:
Whether you are interested in Events and News, Seniors, Arts and Culture, Shaping Banyule and much more, you can sign up for tailored email updates from Banyule City Council at
La Trobe University offers members of U3A Banyule the opportunity to sit in, as audit (ie listening) students, on some of the university lectures. You cannot attend tutorials or practicals, nor do you receive assessments. For those who need library access, the university will issue students with a library card for use at the Borchardt Library. See under Courses, Other Learning Opportunities for more details and enrolment instructions.
Discover La Trobe University's Public Lecture series, which cover a wide range of topics.
Australian Institute of Archaeology, La Trobe University, "Ozymandias and the British Discovery of Ancient Egypt", by Professor Toby Wilkinson, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Lincoln, UK, Monday 25 February 2019, 5.15pm. No charge. For further details refer to the flyer.