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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

A New Look For U3A Batemans Bay

U3A Batemans Bay is the largest totally volunteer run organisation in the shire. Part of the worldwide U3A network, U3A Batemans Bay offers affordable learning opportunities for seniors, using the skills and abilities of our members, to promote active, lifelong learning and social connection. Classes are held under the broad categories of Arts and Craft, Languages, Literature (which includes Book Groups), Physical Activities, Science, Recreational Activities, and Personal Development. New tutors are always welcome.

Classes are held in Batemans Bay and surrounds, Malua Bay, Tomakin, Broulee and Moruya.

U3A Batemans Bay has recently launched a new website,, and a new membership administration software which enables members to manage their own profiles and enrolments, making them much more independent and greatly lessening the workload for our dedicated volunteers. This system is accessed through the website. Over 250 of our members have attended training sessions and acquired the necessary skills to use this new system.

The program for Semester 1 can be accessed by clicking on the Courses tab on the website and scrolling down to Courses and Activities Currently Available. You do not have to be a member to do this.

Enrolments in 2023 classes open on 19 January. Members can enrol online or at Registration Day which is being held on at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club on Thursday 19 January, from 10.30am – 12.30 pm. You must be financial in order to enrol.

Membership is $50 for new members and $45 per annum thereafter. This fee enables members to attend as many classes as they wish.

New members may join online via the website, visit the Shopfront at the Batemans Bay Library on Thursday 12 January between 10.30am and 12 noon, or join at Registration Day.

For additional information contact the President on or call 82505262 and leave a message.

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