As a community owned organisation, Peninsula Villages enjoys strong partnerships with a number of local community members, organisations and programs. We are proud to support a wide range of community initiatives, including:
Peninsula Villages is proud to support the Umina Beach Men’s Shed. The Men’s Shed provides a facility where men of all ages, with varying degrees of experience and backgrounds, can meet and feel comfortable together and undertake projects for the benefit of the community.
Peninsula Villages is also proud to support other community groups and programs and are grateful for the ongoing partnership and donations received from local community organisations including:
Rotary Club of Umina, Rotary Club of Woy Woy, Woy Woy Rugby Club, Lions Club of Wyoming, Everglades Bowls Club, Umina Beach Men’s Shed, Umina Kids Klub, Everglades Ladies Golf Day, Umina Beach Public School, Empire Bay Public School, Woy Woy South Public School, Brisbane Water Secondary College Umina Campus
Peninsula Village at Umina Beach holds a playgroup every week.Children can play while their parents enjoy the opportunity to share their experiences and benefit from the knowledge and experience of our residents.
Peninsula Villages is proud to have more than 80 volunteers who contribute their time to improve the quality of life of our residents.Our volunteers enjoy the unique opportunity to use their skills and abilities and donate their energy to our community.
For more on becoming a volunteer please click here.
Hospital Art Program
School-Based Apprentice Trainees (SBATS)
We are entering our eighth year of partnership with Brisbane Water Secondary College to offer directed career opportunities for school students.We currently have a number of school based apprentices employed who are in year 12 and are completing a Certificate III in Allied Health or Health Service Assistance as part of their HSC.