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Tea Tree Gully council – Whats on in Our Community

6 Mar 2013 iProperty Network 0 Comment

Aged, Family, Carer and Disability Services

Aged Services


With the exception of higher numbers of 0-17year olds, population projections in the City of Tea Tree Gully show a marked ageing of the population over the next thirty years that is broadly consistent with national trends. Older Australians are expected to become more diverse in terms of their care needs, preferences, incomes and wealth.

This will have important implications for the qualitative aspects of aged care services (such as the range of services needed and the flexibility of service delivery) and the cost of these services.

We continue to have an important role to play in the lives of our older residents, providing services, acting as an advocate or as policy maker and partner organisation to other government and non-government services. Our belief is that older people’s quality of life is not only dependent upon their health, but also on their housing options, income, transport, a feeling of security and their links and sense of belonging to the broader community.

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ageing strategy 2010 -2015

More information on the City of Tea Tree Gully Ageing Strategy 2010 – 2015

Arts & Culture


We are home to a diverse range of creative people that live, work and play in our City.

Our Arts & Culture vision

A vibrant community celebrates their culture and diversity by providing opportunities for creativity and innovation through growth in the arts.  

Through rediscovering significant stories, places and heritage from our past we can meld our current cultural lifestyle into a creative celebration.

Arts & Cultural Opportunities

We have opportunities for artists to get involved in our local community through varied exhibition spaces, events and programs throughout the year:

  • Golden Grove Arts Centre
  • What’s on Guide
  • Gallery 1855
  • The Fringe – Feb/March annually
  • Reconciliation Week – May annually
  • Refugee Week – June annually
  • SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival  – August annually
  • Feast Festival – October annually
  • Cracker Christmas Cabaret at the Grove – December annually


We currently have three exhibition spaces available and enquiries are always welcome:

Australian Citizenship Ceremonies

Citizen Ceremony

Citizenship Ceremonies are special events where citizenship candidates take the pledge of allegiance to Australia and are officially pronounced Australian Citizens.

The City of Tea Tree Gully holds seven Citizenship Ceremonies each year to warmly welcome our new citizens.

About the Ceremony

The Australian Citizenship ceremony is a formal occasion which takes approximately one and a half hours.

Candidates are asked to make a Pledge of Commitment as part of the ceremony. This pledge must be recited in the English language in order to receive the Certificate of Australian Citizenship. Children receive their own certificates and are not required to take the pledge or attend the ceremony if they are under the age of 16.

Family and friends of Candidates are invited to attend.

Light refreshments are served.

Members of Parliament and Elected Members are also invited to attend.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become an Australian Citizen?

I have just received my approval, when will I have my ceremony?

I have lost my Citizenship Certificate.

For answers to above questions, or to find more information about the Citizenship process, please contact the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.



   Justice of the Peace

Justice of the Peace

A Justice of the Peace is now available at HIVE.


Mondays & Wednesdays 10am – 1pm


More info on HIVE…



Fron the Collection - Gallery 2

Gallery 1855

From the Collection Exhibiton
On display until 6 Apri 2013
Find out more….



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Civic Centre
571 Montague Road,
Modbury, SA 5092
Monday to Friday – 8.45am to 5pm
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Telephone:(08) 8397 7444
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Community Bus

Our community buses are available to residents of City of Tea Tree Gully and provide transport to local shopping centres and other places of interest within our Council area. We have a comprehensive program that is relevant and accessible to our community.

Fixed Route Service

We have 3 fixed bus routes that operate throughout our City.

Route 1 (Tuesday and Friday)

Suburbs: Para Vista, Modbury,Modbury Heights, Modbury North, Ridgehaven, Redwood Park and Surrey Downs.

Community Bus Route 1 map
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Route 2 (Tuesday, Thursday and Friday)

Suburbs: Hope Valley and St Agnes

Community Bus Route 2 map
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Route 3 (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)

Suburbs: Modbury Heights, Ridgehaven, Surrey Downs, Golden Grove, Fairview Park, Wynn Vale and Greenwith.

Community Bus Route 3 map
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All routes connect at Westfield Tea Tree Plaza.

The pick up point is located outside the Myer entrance – near the Australia Post Office and in front of the taxi rank.

Passengers can board or set down anywhere along the route.

Passengers are encouraged to make a donation to assist in covering the cost of the service:

  • .80c concession per trip
  • $1 for adults per trip

A two shopping bag limit applies on all Community Bus services. Please ensure bags are not too heavy to lift.  Passengers are asked to utilise home delivery services for multiple shopping bags.

Our drivers are dedicated Council volunteers.

Door to Door Shopping Service

We also operate a door to door shopping bus service on Wednesdays and Thursdays for Home and Community Care eligible residents.
Please call us to find out more.

Charter Hire

Our fleet consists of 3 community buses and 1 van and are available for charter hire to transport disadvantaged community groups when not in use for Council’s community transport service.

Interested in booking a Community Bus Charter hire?
You can make your inquiry online.

For further information regarding any of the above services, please contact us on (08) 8397 7444 or via email.


Gallery 1855

Now exhibiting at Gallery 1855

From the Collection – 14 February to 6 April 2013

From the Collection - Gallery 2

This exhibition brings together 47 selected artworks from the City of Tea Tree Gully’s collection of paintings, works on paper and ceramic works. Created by artists who were living and working in South Australia at the time, most of the works on display were acquired by Council from 1979 until 2009.

Additionally, a further 13 recent artworks have been included in this exhibition by the ceramic artists. Placed alongside their older works, we can see how over time the artists have developed as professionals.

Catalogue & artist information

From the Collection Catalogue(488 kb)

About the artists – painting, work on paper(498 kb)

About the artists – ceramicists(483 kb)

Gallery 1855 From the collection
John Ferguson with Orbit (2005) and recent work MOTION I, II, III


Golden Grove Arts Centre

Upcoming shows

The Golden Grove Arts Centre with Out of the Square proudly presents the following Thursday afternoon show

The Three Singing Mexicans

The Three Mexican Singers

The Three Singing Mexicans – Bring your sombrero, nachos and spicy salsa and enjoy the Mexican experience with well known songs like Guantanamera, La Cucaracha, La Bamba and more. Three Singing Mexicans: Joselito, Carlos and El Guapo (the checky one).

Date:       14 March
Time:       2pm
Cost:       $15
Bookings: book online or call the box office on 8397 7429

Click here for more information on upcoming matinee shows

Healthy Communities Initiative

 Apple and napkin with diet information

The Healthy Communities Initiative is an Australian Government program that aims to reduce the prevalence of obesity in the community. It provides a range of workshops and activities encouraging participants, especially those not in the paid workforce, into physical activity and healthy eating programs.

Program initiatives include:

Healthy Eating, Activity and Lifestyle Program (HEAL)

The Healthy Eating Activity and Lifestyle program is a fitness and nutrition program developed to assist people who are overweight or obese and/or at risk of developing chronic health issues such as diabetes or heart disease.

The program offers a two hour group session each week for 8 weeks.

A qualified dietitian will guide participants in one hour of gentle exercise and one hour of lifestyle education.

A pre-enrollment physical assessment is provided. It is a good idea to check with your GP if you aren’t sure whether this is suitable for you.

Where and when:Man eating fruit

  • Holden Hill Community Centre
    • Tuesdays 9.30 – 11.30am and 1.30 – 3.30pm
  • Golden Grove Recreation Centre
    • Wednesday 10am – 12noon

*dates & times may be subject to change

All sessions are free! Bookings are essential.

For more information or to book an assessment please contact Nutrition Professionals Australia on (08) 8227 1000.

Food VIVA! Healthy Eating & Cooking Workshops

Come and join Nutrition Professionals Australia for a free informative, interactive and fun night where we explore general nutrition, healthy options and food myths. Barossa chef, Alison Short will demonstrate seasonal food options for a healthier diet.

Where and when: Woman cutting vegetables

  • Golden Grove Recreation and Arts Centre from 7pm – 9pm on the following dates:
    • 6 March 2013
    • 8 May 2013

*dates & times may be subject to change

All sessions are free!

For more information or to make a booking, please call us at Golden Grove Recreation Centre on 8397 7429 or email.

Food VIVA! Wellness Workshops

These workshops look at dietary issues in chronic disease management.

Where and when:

  • Golden Grove Recreation and Arts Centre from 7pm – 9pm on the following dates:
    • Wednesday 27 February 2013
      Third age food: Caring for the Aged at Home; Quick & Easy for Singles
      For those caring for the aged at home, frail aged or those with dementia, this workshop will discuss latest dietary information and management so important for this special needs group.
      Cooking for singles (for you or for a single relative) can be seen as a chore for many. Learn how simple it can be to be well nourished and well fed!
    • Wednesday 13 March 2013
      Live lighter: Weight Management
      For those with a weight issue or who care for people who do, this workshop will discuss latest dietary information and management to help in long term weight reduction. The workshop will include information on hormone imbalance, insulin resistance, emotional eating, and many other weight impacts.
    • Wednesday 24 April 2013
      Tummy troubles: Coeliac Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome & other issues
      For those with chronic gut issues or who care for people with these issues, this workshop will discuss latest dietary information and management for these difficult conditions.
    • Wednesday 22 May 2013
      Food fads: Dissecting diet and nutrition myths
      There are many fad diets out there, some good, some not so good. Learn about what works and what doesn’t, how to sort out those diet and eating myths that keep confusing us all.

All sessions are free!

For more information or to make a booking, please call us at Golden Grove Recreation Centre on 8397 7429 or email.

Walking in Tea Tree Gully

Why walk?

Woman walkingNo matter what age, we all need regular physical activity for good physical and mental health. It is recommended that adults include at least 30 minutes or more of moderate intensity physical activity on most, if not all days of the week.

Walking is a great way to be active. It is:

  • Simple – no instructors or membership needed
  • Inexpensive – no special equipment involved
  • Achievable – can be done nearly anywhere, anytime
  • Easy – just get up and walk

When you go for a walk it’s not just your body that benefits, the way you think and feel changes too. The world looks better and brighter.

For more information about the benefits of walking, visit: www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/beactive and www.juststartwalking.com.au

Heart Foundation Walking

Heart Foundation Walking is part of a broader Heart Foundation agenda to encourage and support walking and physical activity as a fun, free and accessible physical activity option. As part of the Healthy Communities Initiative, we are encouraging more people to join a Heart Foundation Walking Group, or why not start a group of your own?

To find a Heart Foundation Group near you, please visit the Heart Foundation Walking website or call the Healthy Communities Initiative team on 8397 7396 or email.


The City of Tea Tree Gully has fantastic recreation parks with many beautiful walking trails.

If you would like more information on bushwalking groups in South Australia, please see the Walking SA website.

If you are interested in other fun walking and running events please see:  http://www.weightloss.com.au/events/adelaide-events.html

Further information

For more information about the Healthy Communities Initiative or to find out more about the programs, please call 8397 7429 or email.

The Healthy Communities Initiative is funded by the Australian Government.

HIVE 12-Twenty Five

Hive - We are Open

We are here for you

HIVE provides key programs and services for the 17,000 plus 12 to 25 year olds living in and around the City of Tea Tree Gully. HIVE includes an IT suite, group training rooms, training kitchen, gallery and studio, exhibition space, career reference and library links.

HIVE is supported by a strategic framework aimed to support and engage young people aged 12-25 who live, work or play in the north eastern region of Adelaide through a collaborative colocated service model.

The HIVE aims to provide a place where all young people can grow up feeling safe and supported and have opportunities to learn and be involved in community life.

Our areas of focus

Health & Wellbeing

Active lifestyles / Body image / Case management / Drug and alcohol awareness / Early intervention / Harm minimisation / Mental health / Primary prevention / Nurition

Education & Training

Accredited training / Traineeships / Foundation courses /Career information, pathways and  mentoring / Enterprise & links with industry / Pre-employment training  / Soft skills / Volunteering

Engagement & Participation through Arts & Culture

Connecting with self & community / Enterprise / Social capital / Expression and pathways / Placemaking

City of Tea Tree Gully

Like HIVE on Facebook…….

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Opening Hours for HIVE

Monday 9am – 5pm
Tuesday 9am – 5pm
Wednesday 9am – 5pm
Thursday 9am – 5pm
Friday 9am – 5pm


Immunisation - Main Page


No appointment necessary.

Please bring your immunisation records or your child’s record book and your Medicare card with you each time you visit our clinic.

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult with written consent from the parent or legal guardian. Council will not vaccinate children accompanied by their grandparent/s without written consent from the child’s parent / legal guardian.

Scheduled childhood and high school vaccines are only available free to Medicare Card holders. If you are not eligible for a Medicare card, please contact your doctor about your child’s vaccinations.

EFTPOS is available at all Clinics.

Please Note: Vaccines purchased elsewhere and brought into the Clinic will not be administered by Council’s nurses.

Recommended Immunisation Schedule

Vaccinations are given in accordance with the NHMRC Recommended Immunisation Schedule for the relevant age.

National Immunisation Program Schedule – South Australia(61 kb)

Vaccines available FREE to CHILDREN on the National Immunisation Schedule (Medicare card holders)

  • Chickenpox
  • Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis (Whooping Cough)/Hepatitis B/Injectable Polio/Hib (Meningitis)
  • Hepatitis A (Indigenous children under 5 years)
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hib (Meningitis)
  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella
  • Meningococcal C
  • Pneumococcal
  • Rotavirus vaccine (children born after 1 May 2007)

Vaccines available FREE to HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS on the National Immunisation Schedule (Medicare card holders)

  • Chickenpox (Year 8)
  • Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis (Whooping Cough) (Year 9)
  • Hepatitis B (Year 8)
  • Human Papillomavirus vaccine (Year 8)

These vaccines are available on a USER PAYS basis and are subject to price increases without notice (free to some age groups – see above)

  • Chickenpox
  • Diphtheria/Tetanus (Boosters)
  • Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis (Whooping Cough) (Boosters)
  • Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis/IPV (Polio) (Boosters)
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis A & B Combined (Twinrix)
  • Hepatitis B
  • Human Papillomavirus vaccine
  • Meningococcal C

Vaccines NOT available at Council

  • Adult Pneumococcal
  • Cholera
  • Flu (Influenza)
  • Malaria
  • Specific travel vaccines
  • Tuberculosis (TB)
  • Typhoid

Justices of the Peace


The City of Tea Tree Gully Justices of the Peace Service is operated voluntarily by appointed Justices of the Peace.

Hours of Operation

The Justice of the Peace Service is available at:

Civic Centre
571 Montague Road
Modbury SA 5092

Monday to Friday
10am – 4pm
In the Justices Room in the Civic Centre Foyer

Monday & Wednesday Evening
6pm – 7.30pm
In the City of Tea Tree Gully Library (When the Civic Centre is closed
please enter Library via North East Road entrance)

Saturday morning
10.30am – 12.30pm
In the City of Tea Tree Gully Library (When the Civic Centre is closed
please enter Library via North East Road entrance)

926 North East Road
Modbury SA 5092

Monday and Wednesday
10am – 1pm

No appointments necessary

Please note:
Council’s Justices of the Peace are unable to sign wills
Photocopiers are available in our Library and can be accessed by community members who require multiple copies of documents.


Community Bus


The City of Tea of Tea Tree Gully is a vibrant community and we support volunteer involvement in a range of community based programs.

We recognise that volunteers play an important role in the provision of services to the community and we value their contribution. Volunteering is a great way to engage with others in a meaningful way, meet new people and develop or enhance skills.

The Council’s volunteer program provides important services such as transport, library and support services, including Justice of the Peace, graffiti removal and dog obedience, to name a few.

How to apply for a volunteer role

To express an interest in volunteering with Council please complete our online registration form.  You will be contacted by the Volunteer Coordinator  within two working days to discuss your application and we will advise you of the next step.  Completion of a registration form does not automatically guarantee a volunteer position at Council.  Also, there may not be a suitable vacancy or any vacancies at the time of your application.   However, if your application is accepted you may be given the opportunity to be placed on a wait list for a specific role, if you wish. We’ll let you know if this is appropriate.

The Process

All applicants will be required to attend an interview with the Volunteer Coordinator to identify skills, experience, qualifications and suitability.

Successful applicants will be asked to undertake a national criminal check prior to being accepted and every three years thereafter.  All volunteers are required to attend a Council induction and relevant mandatory training, as well as program specific orientation and training.  We will provide this information and assist you in this process.

Volunteers will be supported on an ongoing basis with regular volunteer team meetings, and ongoing refresher training or task specific training.  Volunteer programs and positions are reviewed on a regular basis and may be subject to change as required.

Please read the Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions page to assist you with any queries you might have.


People Group


Our Youth Development Program aims to recognise, value, support and encourage the contribution and participation of young people in our community who are aged between 12 – 25 years, by providing a wide range of opportunities, programs and services. Young people play a vital part in our community and contribute to the economic, social and environmental aspects of community life ad we aim to actively seek the ideas, skills, input and creativity of young people in the development of a wide variety of programs, events and services.

Youth Action

Being a part of Youth Action will open the doors to many exciting opportunities. It is also a great way to meet new friends and to be part of a dynamic team of young people who focus on planning, delivering and evaluating fun and interactive events for the young people in our community.

It’s free for young people aged 14 – 25 years to join Youth Action. The group meets on the first and last Thursday of every month at the City of Tea Tree Gully, 571 Montague Road, Modbury from 4- 6pm to plan, organise and deliver exciting and interactive events and programs.

So if you’re passionate about event planning and want to gain new skills then why not apply to become a Youth Action member, and be a part of making a positive and active change in your community.

Get the Drift

On Monday 13 February 2012, 300 high school students gathered at the Adelaide Festival Centre to learn how to cope with life’s challenges.

Get the Drift was hosted by the Eastern Region Alliance – consisting of the Cities of Tea Tree Gully, Burnside, Campbelltown, Norwood Payneham St Peters, Prospect, Unley and the Town of Walkerville – in association with the Green Room, the Adelaide Festival Centre Youth Arts membership program.

Students from Years 8-10 from 11 high schools took part in a number of workshops designed to help them learn how to deal with the pressures of being a teenager.

Workshops were presented by a range of youth, education and health service providers, and covered topics such as safe partying, cultural awareness, driver safety, relaxation, healthy relationships, body image and fitness.

Key note speakers this year included City of Prospect Mayor David O’ Loughlin and Young South Australian of the year Khadija Gbla.

This was the fourth time Get the Drift has been offered and helped address a number of strategies identified in the Eastern Region Youth Action Plan.

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