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Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network

Having fun and enjoying life in the region we love. The Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network is a member based program run by and for people living in the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula


The aim of the FNN is to provide opportunities to enjoy each other's company, be active, share information and interests and support one another. Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network is part of a network of Village Hubs across the world including Australia. All hubs are different yet share a common purpose of positive ageing, recognising that through mutual support we can enhance our lives.

What to expect

Covering Goolwa, Victor Harbor, Port Elliot, Middleton, Hindmarsh Island, Encounter Bay, McCracken and Hayborough it offers peer-to-peer volunteering and support, ageing well activities and events, information and support to access services, advocacy and representation about issues that matter to older people, as well as social opportunities for members.

Be part of the Neighbourhood Network

We’d like to hear from people that are keen to become involved as a volunteer or member, and also engage with local businesses and organisations as potential sponsors and supporters of the Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network.

As COTA SA recognises the diversity of older people living in the region, we will actively seek to engage with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people through to ensure we create a place for everyone.

If you would like to be involved, click below to complete the membership form or contact us for more information.

Fleurieu Hubs

The Network runs a variety of events - we'd love to have you join us!


of Southern Fleurieu population aged 50+


live alone


of older people are involved in formal volunteering

Staying connected in the Southern Fleurieu

The Southern Fleurieu has the highest proportion of people aged 50+ years compared to any other area in South Australia.

Many older people in the Southern Fleurieu region relocated to the area in their retirement. They live some distance from family members, and will likely face major life transitions such as moving house, loss of a partner, reduced mobility and changes in their health.

Research shows being connected with others is important for physical and mental wellbeing and that older people are keen to assist others to maintain connection as they age.

The Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network aims to support older people to stay connected with each other, with their community, with appropriate services and with the broader community.

Evolution of the Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network

COTA SA established the Goolwa Victor Harbor Advisory Group in 2019 to create an avenue for the voices of older South Australians in the area to influence the directions of COTA SA and inform older people about issues and services that are relevant to them.

This group championed the establishment of the Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network and members of the Advisory Group are now part of the Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network Steering Committee.

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Join the Neighbourly Group

We'd love to welcome you to the Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network Neighbourly Group on Facebook. It's a place where we can give and get within our community. We are a Gift Economy movement run by and for members of Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network.

Click below to join!

More information


Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network
08 8232 0422

A National Network

The Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network is one of ten Village Hubs being established across Australia. Whilst each Hub will have its own special focus, each Hub will share a common purpose to support older people to stay connected through a grass roots, community-owned and led movement that will improve their ageing experience.

The Fleurieu Neighbourhood Network is supported by the Australian Government Department of Social Services, and partners with Independent Living Assessment (iLA), the Village Hubs National Grant Manager.

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