Bairnsdale Regional Health Service regularly hosts community events and programs to help support, educate and engage the people of this region in health and wellbeing services.
This page is a listing of all of our current events and programs for the community.
(If you have an idea for a program you’d like to see us offer, reach out to us using our feedback form.)
Events & Programs
Planned Activity Groups
Planned Activity Group get-togethers provide a friendly place to share a meal, catch up with friends or make new ones, and enjoy a range of activities that can assist with better health and wellbeing. They can also serve as a valuable respite for carers. BRHS organises Planned Activity Groups in Bairnsdale, Buchan, Lindenow, Metung and Paynesville, and our staff can assist you if you need help with transportation. Older people living within the community, or people of any age living with a disability are encouraged to attend. The cost is $14 – $18 per day, which includes lunch and afternoon tea.
NAIDOC Week Events at BRHS
BRHS invites staff and the community to join us in celebrating NAIDOC Week with events at the Day St. Campus on Tuesday, July 9. Come and see displays throughout the hospital and wards reflecting the NAIDOC Week theme of "Voice Treaty Truth - Let's work together for a shared future." Events will begin at 2 p.m. on July 9 with a Welcome to Country near the flagpole at the front of the hospital.
- Name: NAIDOC Week Events at BRHS
- Phone: 5150 3324
Carer Support Group
The Bairnsdale Regional Health Service (BRHS) is launching a Carer Support Group for anyone that provides full or part-time care for someone with health issues or a disability. The Carer Support Group will provide a welcoming, safe space for carers to come and discuss any issues that are bothering them, to seek information from health professionals and other carers, or just to meet and talk with other people in the local community facing similar challenges. It is free and open to anyone.
The Bairnsdale Regional Health Service (BRHS) invites anyone looking to socialise, meet new friends and discover new places around the area to join its Coffee Club group at one of their regular outings. Organised by staff at BRHS’ Ross Street Campus, the Coffee Club is a fun way of keeping in touch with friends or meeting new ones. The Coffee Club meets each Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and decides as a group how and where they want to spend their day. (Coffee is usually involved, but not always.)