Pre-loved Clothes @ Moggill is open to our community and is a fun way to shop.  We sell clothing, jewellery and accessories.

Jenny Dwyer | 0407 645 187 |
Jann Macrae | 0413 189 714 |




The Uniting Church book club meets on the first Monday of the month at 9:30 am at the Community Centre. The number participants fluctuates a little but we have around 8-10 members who decide on the books to be read each month. Everyone is welcome regardless of denomination. When we come to the meeting we have usually, if possible, all read the same book, and then we take turns in discussing the book. We all have different tastes, so it is not unusual to get differing opinions which tend to widen our appreciation of different situations, opinions or behaviours presented by the book. We are all very tolerant of differing views, so the meetings are always fun and very friendly and may lead to discussion of our own experiences in similar circumstances. The group is highly supportive of each other.

If you do not like a book and choose not to read it that is fine, or if you have circumstances which make it difficult to read,  still come for the fellowship and support. If you wish to talk about another book, which better met your needs that month, we will enjoy hearing about that.

In Non – Covid times, we take turns on a roster, in bringing a simple morning tea to share, share cleaning up and have tea or coffee. We pay $2:00 each session to contribute to the hall use and to cover any expenses.  Currently, during Covid each member may bring their own food and drink if they wish, but we will not be sharing. We must socially distance and use hand sanitiser on entering and leaving the building.

The Coordinator of the book club is Dianne Muller.   | 32026920

Please think about joining us –  it is a lot of fun

Below is a list we have compiled of positive books for reading during Covid. We don’t usually compile the list so far in advance, but because of the likelihood of Lockdowns etc, we have done so this year. It also allows ordering books early from the library. The booklist can be amended by popular request at any time.

Book Club Reading List 2021


Keen gardeners who like to learn more and who may want to share ideas or look for inspiration from others to help create your own garden master pieces. It is also a great environment to engage with other green thumbs!

Please contact:
Ged Dale | 3202 6971



Patchwork and quilters of all ages and skill levels, beginners welcome.
Come and join in the fun of quilt making whilst sharing great company
and learning and developing skills. Please BYO lunch.

Trish Parker | 0410 601 236


Weekly lectures, good conversation and discussion. Morning tea included.
$2 contribution.

Ancient history is on the first Friday of the month, modern history on the second Friday and general subjects for the remaining Fridays. Subjects will depend on who is speaking.

Rod Burton | 3378 4305



Calling everyone who enjoys art and craft, or just a chat over a cuppa.
Bring your own art or craft to work on. Draw, paint, sketch, knit, colour-in,
crochet, stitch and more. Be creative and do what you love, while
enjoying the company of like minded people and making new friends.
There is plenty of space to spread out and work on your project, as well
as access to power and water if needed.
Tea and coffee is available, please bring a gold coin donation.

Please contact:
Michelle Gillett
0452 328 836 |


Baby Boomers is a social group that meets once a month to enjoy outings, trips, excursions and other surprises!

When:  Third Saturday of each month (excluding December and January)

Who:   Anyone who ‘loosely’ fits into the Baby Boomer range (b.1946-1964), or those who are empty-nesters.

What:  Interesting and varied social events including trips by train, rivercat, boat, e.g. daytrip to St Helena Island, breakfast walks, barefoot bowls, car rallies, movie nights and quiz evenings.

Barbara Finger | 0400 225 152 |