Ladies Who Lunch - Community Access

Ladies Who Lunch


Our Ladies who Lunch programs are designed to provide regular opportunities to access the community in a safe and supportive group, while meeting new people, making new friends, and building your confidence and knowledge of local food, wine, and produce.

Operating 7 days per week, this group begins once we have enough interested ladies in your local area.

Depending upon the confidence and skill of each participant, we start off somewhere local, so that we can meet each other and introduce ourselves. Then we start to travel further afield, and explore those hidden gems that lie outside our towns and suburbs: the ones that we see on TV and holiday programs that we've always wanted to visit.

There will also be time to visit local art galleries and craft shops, or search for old books and vintage collectables in the opportunity shops. It's up to the group. Plus, we don't charge for transport, so we can go wherever we like.

And after some weeks or months, when you come home at the end of the day you'll probably start to see more familiar faces in your own local community, and we won't mind if you occasionally catch up for lunch without us.




A social and community development activity for participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme


PUSHPIN.JPGDepending upon your availabilities, for each Ladies Who Lunch activity you need 8 group social and community hours on a weekday, or Saturday and Sunday. More than one group may be operating out of your local area at any one time. Please let us know which days you are available. The actual duration of each activity will depend on where we go: some days may be shorter, some days may be longer. Community Access vehicles are not modified to accommodate powered wheelchairs, but can take lightweight collapsible or folding chairs. Please let us know your personal requirements when applying online or via our Contact us page.