Seniors Clubs & Social Groups

Queensland Community Care Network

Queensland Community Care Network

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About Us

The 100+ Club is a club exclusively for people who have reached the age of 100 years. This club was started in 1993 and is constantly growing and improving. The 100+ Club aims to bring centenarians together at different events so that they may talk to someone their own age and share their memories and stories!

Members are not restricted to Queensland or in fact Australia. Members of the club have spanned from Lebanon, Hawaii and England to name but a few countries.  Her Royal Highness The Queen Mother and the Late Dame Elizabeth Murdoch were also both members.

The club is totally unfunded and relies on the generosity of Government bodies, corporations and members of the public, who kindly donate their time, facilities or both to ensure that the social needs of the centenarians are met.

There is no joining fee for members and in most cases they do not have to pay for any of the outings, luncheons or dinners that they attend. Membership cannot be bought. The only way a person can join is to have reached the age of 100 years.

Quick Facts About The Region

Queensland Community Care Network is located in the suburb of Rocklea, the ward of Moorooka in the council of Brisbane, the state electorate of Miller and the federal electorate of Moreton.