The Dunedin 60+ Club is a voluntary, not for profit organisation with membership open to retired or semi-retired people. Most of the club's activities are during the daytime.

The role of the Club is to promote friendship, fellowship and fun, and to encourage members to remain active and contributing members of the total community.

Dunedin 60+ is independent of any political party, trade union, religion, or any other retired persons organisations.

There are 3 ways to join:

1. Contact the coordinator of any of our interest groups.

2. Come along to the Club meeting at Blind Low Vision Social Hall (entrance from Law Street South Dunedin) on the first Wednesday of the month (except January). The doors are open from 1.00 pm, for a 1.30 pm meeting.

3. Complete the form at the bottom of this page with your details and the secretary will get back to you as soon as possible.

Membership Fees

The Annual Fee of $10 is due 1 April each year.

Internet Banking: To pay direct to the Club bank account, here is the information you will need:

Note: members of all interest groups
must be financial members of the Dunedin 60+ Club

The monthly Club meeting has a $2 door fee, which covers the venue and other costs.

Some activities require a small fee to cover expenses.