Community Centres

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

Our Community Centres in Bayswater and Morley are now closed for the foreseeable future. 

Our centres are places where older adults gather to play cards, socialise and participate in group activities. The City also organises bus trips to tourist locations. Given that our older adults are in the high risk category for contracting the virus, we are taking the precautionary measure of closing our community centres.

We are mindful of the social isolation some seniors may experience following the closure of our community centres and we are currently investigating ways we can support our members. Unfortunately, at this time, the risk to our older community members is just too high for our centres to remain open.

Stay up to date by visiting the City's page on Coronavirus COVID-19


We are home to two community centres located in Bayswater and Morley, where residents aged over 50 can take part in a range of activities, events and programs helping connect them with their community.

Open from 8.30am - 3pm Monday - Friday, both centres run a varied program including, bingo, bowls, cards, exercise classes, friendship and support groups and special events and outings. 

Bayswater Community Centre
27 King William Street, Bayswater WA 6053
Phone: (08) 9271 5198

Morley Community Centre
6A Blades Close, Morley WA 6062 (formally 1A Lee Street)
Phone: (08) 9276 6108

New members are always welcome, click below to find out more.

Activity schedule

Click below to download a copy of the activity schedules of your community centre. 

Bayswater Community Centre - Activity Schedule

Morley Community Centre - Activity Schedule

How do I become a member?

The Bayswater and Morley community centres are open to all members of our community over the age of 50, or those who have a Seniors Card or Pensioner Concession Card.

How do I sign up?

You can sign up by visiting either of our community centres and filling out a registration form. 

How much does it cost?

There's a small fee to sign up; you can find out how much by contacting your local centre. 

What does membership get me?

  • One membership fee provides access to both Centres
  • A variety of bus trips and outings
  • Low cost on-site hairdressing salon
  • Access to more our full range of programs and activities
  • Social events and education sessions
  • Countless opportunities to meet new friends.

Membership Brochure

Information for carers

Carers are welcome to come along to any community centre. Any carer who wishes to participate in an activity will need to pay the standard fee. 

Hall hire

After 5.00pm Monday to Friday and on weekends, hall hire is available to community groups and organisations.

For more information, contact the City’s Recreation Administration Officer on 9272 0992.

Operational Transition of Community Centres (information only)

The City's community centres' operational model changed from 1 January 2019. The centres at Bayswater and Morley had previously been run by Senior Citizens' Associations; they are now run by the City of Bayswater.

The information in the document below provides a snapshot of the journey that the City and former Senior Citizens' Associations undertook, in order to bring about new changes at the centres.

Operational Transition of Bayswater and Morley Community Centres (information only)


Life Active Podiatry provide podiatry services at our Community Centres.


City of Bayswater residents$30
Non City of Bayswater residents$45

GP Enhanced Primary Care Plans (EPC) accepted.

For bookings and enquiries please call 6117 5147.

View their website here.

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