KGV neighbourhood activities
In your hood
King George V Recreation Centre delivers a range of social, creative and many other programs for the local community.
Health-related services and City of Sydney programs are on offer for people with disabilities, their carers and those who are over the age of 55.
KGV provides community services with our non-profit partners including Disability Services Australia, Street Soccer Sydney and the Wayside Chapel.
Our membership fees help provide these partner programs to community organisations.
KGV also offers activities for kids and young people.
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Times: From 6pm
We will be holding our community barbecues on these dates in 2015:
- 9 October
To RSVP and register your name for the lucky door prize before the next barbecue, please call 02 9244 3600.
Art and craft classes
Cost: $5 per class (includes art materials).
Times: Wednesday 6.30pm to 9pm, Sundays 1pm to 3pm.
'Painting for pleasure' is the beginners' craft class currently running at KGV. Please ensure you bring along your own canvas.
For information about the class, please call 02 9244 3600.
Contact the team at KGV to see if the playground is available.
Times: Tuesdays 9.30am to 11.30am
The playgroup at KGV is ideal for children aged up to 5 years. Visit our playgroups page and contact us for more information.
After-school and vacation care
These programs are run for primary school children aged 5 to 12 years. If you're considering enrolling your child for the first time, we recommend you get in touch with our children's program team for more information.
Teens and young people
The City's Youth Services team run a youth program for people aged 12 to 24 years at the Abraham Mott Centre in Millers Point.
The Harry Jensen Centre in Millers Point holds a great series of programs and events for older adults.
Last updated: Monday, 10 August 2015