Activities and Club Directory
City of Prospect is a bustling and vibrant community with plenty to do for young and old alike. With programs and initiatives for youth, adults, families and singles, there are physical activities, sporting clubs, recreational and social groups, walking and cycling trails, and much more…
Things to Do in City of Prospect brochure
City of Prospect has a brochure available that outlines a range of activities that are either run by council, or run out of council facilities such as halls, sporting facilities, the library, etc. Community members of all ages are encouraged to get involved.
Prospect Singing Group
Prospect Singing Group will conclude on Tuesday 10 December 2019 and resume on Tuesday 28 January 2020 (week 1 of term 1)
Do you love to sing? Do you belt-out songs when in your car, in the shower or while getting those home chores done? Maybe it’s time to step out and sing with others - come along to Prospect Signing Group.
The Group is informal and fun, welcome to everyone regardless of age or ability. You don’t need to be a good or experienced singer; all you need is a willingness to ‘give it a go’.
Meeting on Tuesday evenings during school terms, the Group is informal, allowing you come along whenever you can without the need for an on-going commitment. Join in whenever you feel the need to sing with others, it’s all about fun, no stress!
Led each week by well-known Adelaide musicians and experienced choir leaders; Heather Frahn and Cindy-Anne McDonald who ensure everyone’s voice is included within positive uplifting songs, drawing from varied musical influences both popular and lesser known.
“I sometimes arrive feeling tired but always leave feeling so much better, Cindy and Heather are so positive and enthusiastic it’s impossible to not get caught up in a great group experience.”
Time: *New time and new location* Tuesday evenings during school terms. Arrive at 6.15pm for 6.30pm start – 7.30pm finish, followed by a cuppa (optional)
Place: Payinthi, 128 Prospect Road, Prospect
All ages and abilities welcome.
For more information, contact our Community Development Officer on (08) 8269 5355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
City of Prospect is grateful to the Office for Ageing Well, SA Health for funding this project.
Prospect Active Walkers
- City of Prospect proudly supports our local walking group “Prospect Active Walkers” (PAW’s), a Heart Foundation walking group.
- Prospect Active Walkers walk three days per week (see table below) and would love to have you join them on one, two or all three days of the week.
- Prams are welcome but no dogs please.
Mondays 8am - 9am or 8.30am - 9am* at the Foodland carpark, 85 Prospect Road, Prospect
Wednesdays 8am - 9am at Prospect Library, 1 Thomas Street, Nailsworth
Fridays 8am - 9am or 8.30am - 9.30am* at Prospect Library, 1 Thomas Street, Nailsworth
* 8.30am-9am is a slower paced walk and may suit those recovering from an injury etc.
For more information contact the Walk Organiser Karen on 0438 443 296, who is happy to get you started.
Prospect Community Garden
Established in 2011, the Prospect Community Garden is a great place to learn, grow, share, and be inspired. The garden is based on a share model rather than individual leased allotments. Gardeners work together and share the produce. The garden is located on the western side of Prospect Memorial Gardens, off Wilcox Avenue, Prospect (near the tennis courts).
- Open Tuesday and Saturday mornings 9am-12noon
- New gardeners and visitors welcome during opening times
- Organic garden growing vegetables, herbs, fruit, vines and flowers
- Sustainable gardening events and workshops
- Children’s garden
- Compost system
- Indigenous garden
- Propagating shed
- Solar powered irrigation system
- Colourful garden art
- Compost worm farms
- Wheelchair access, accessible toilets
For more information contact Lindy 0448 580 342 or Alan 0432 970 466.
Social Programs for Older Residents
City of Prospect provides opportunities for our older residents to socialise in a friendly, inclusive and welcoming atmosphere through our Social Programs. Find out more here.
Other Clubs and Activities
To find out about other services, clubs and activities in City of Prospect and beyond check out the SA Directory of Community Services website at http://sacommunity.org/. It’s a useful website containing information about government, non-government and community based organisations that provide services for the SA community. Enter “Prospect” in the search bar for a complete listing in our area.
If you would like more information about activities and clubs in City of Prospect, please contact the Community Development Officer on (08) 8269 5355 or email@example.com