About the Hornsby Village Hub

The Hornsby Village Hub is a community initiative for older Australians. The Hub is run by, and for, its members, and with support from Hornsby Shire Council, the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital, the PCYC, and community groups.

Join as a member and get involved in local events, social activities, and workshops. Make new friends and feel connected to your compassionate and local community.

The Hornsby Shire is one of 12 communities across Australia with a Village Hub. The Hub is funded by a grant from the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

Why join the Hornsby Village Hub?

Social connection is important for mental and physical wellbeing. Connecting with other people helps to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation. This is particularly important as we age.

Become a Member

Membership is free.

To join the Hub you must fit the following criteria:

  • Live or work in the Hornsby Local Government Area (LGA),
  • Be aged 55 years or over (or aged over 50 years for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people)

To become a member

Fill out and submit the online form, or contact the Hub’s Community Connections Officer via:

Mobile: 0424 960 637
Email: villagehub@snhn.org.au

Hornsby Village Hub Events Calendar

Find upcoming Hornsby Village Hub events in the calendar below.

Select a date and click on the event name to expand the section and find out more.

Please note that registration in necessary for some events.

Hornsby Village Hub is a community led initiative brought to you by:

Social Prescribing

Social Prescribing form

This referral form is for health professionals or service providers only.

Hornsby Shire LGA is one of 12 communities across Australia to establish a seniors Village hub through an Australian Government Department of Social Services grant. The Australian Government has provided Sydney North Health Network with $335,825 over three years (2021-2024) to implement and deliver the Hornsby Village Hub. This is part of $10 million over 5 years committed to the Seniors Connected program, that will allow organisations to turn clubs, centres and libraries into hubs of activity to help seniors better connect with their local community. www.dss.gov.au