Who We Are
Burnie Brae has over 25 years experience providing care and support for Seniors and people with disability. From humble beginnings as a Rotary funded Over 50’s Centre, Burnie Brae has grown to become a multi-faceted organisation focusing on promoting and maintaining health and improving quality of life for Seniors and people with disability.
Employment and Volunteering
Burnie Brae Centre is fast becoming an employer of choice for people who are interested in working in the community sector. If you would like to become part of the Burnie Brae team, see our Positions Vacant.
Burnie Brae has been founded on volunteer commitment and it is still a vital and essential part of our organisation. If you love giving your time and energy to the needs of others, volunteering at Burnie Brae may be for you.
Nutrition Education Program re-commencing in 2013
Eat It is an innovative 6 week healthy eating program that is suitable for those who have type 2 diabetes as well as those without diabetes who just want to make changes to their diet to improve their health. Next course commences Wednesday 6th March, 2013. Bookings for this course are essential.
For further information please Phone 3624 2185 or visit our gym website www.healthyconnections.org.au
Do you like Musical Theatre? Book Tickets at Burnie Brae!
Musical Theatre trips have commenced at Burnie Brae, for those who love the theatre. You can now book tickets to a range of musicals through our Receptionist at the Centre. These theatre outings are aimed to be affordable and include bus transport from the Centre to the venue and return. Click the link below for details of future theatre trips or ring Reception 36242100 for enquiries.
Learn to Dance at Burnie Brae!
Dance Moves provides an opportunity to learn to dance in a fun and social setting with an experienced teacher in our large airconditioned auditorium. Beginner couples and singles are all welcome and age is no barrier.