Photo Galleries

Biggest Morning Tea in pictures

Well done to all our members who supported the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea at the Hub on Thursday 23 May. The event was an outstanding success and $7.200 was raised from the morning tea, raffle and ‘guess the number of chocolates/lollies in the jar’.

Congratulations to the Thornburn Ladies Badminton Association who organised the event and thank you to all who supported the Thornburn ladies’ Biggest Morning Tea.


Culture Fest in pictures

The Whitehorse Council’s Culture Fest at the Strathdon House precinct on Sunday 24 March was a celebration of unity in diversity, where people from different backgrounds came together to share their traditions. Among the enthusiastic participation of various cultural groups, our U3A members offered a glimpse into their heritage through captivating performances and culinary delights.


New member morning teas in pictures

A warm welcome was extended to our newest members at morning teas on 26 and 29 February. At each event, our President, Gary Walker, gave a heartfelt welcome speech and spoke briefly about U3A and how it is run by volunteers. He emphasised the importance of community in enhancing the experience for everyone, and that members’ input was invaluable in the operations of U3A Nunawading.


Class leader briefing in pictures

Welcome back to classes for Term 1!

Term 1 started off with a real bang, with the Hub once again full of members going to and from classes, chatting, finding their way around, and settling into their 2024 classes. A very hectic week for the Course Admin Team (Elsie, Ken, Mai, Cynthia, and new member Ian), and for the Reception Desk volunteers who did a terrific job handling hundreds of queries.


Summer School excursions in pictures

The second week of Nunawading U3A’s 2024 Summer School provided an opportunity for members to join excursions to places of interest around Melbourne. Our members were able to explore backstage at the new Whitehorse performing arts centre, see behind the scenes at the Jazz Museum, go back in time at Rippon Lea and the Old Treasury building, and admire William Johnston’s renowned antiques collection. A wonderful week of tours.


Summer School activities in pictures

Our 2024 Summer School has drawn to a close after four days of excitement in the Hub. Taiji on the lawn started each day of dancing, singing, creating, making, cooking, tasting, drawing, sketching, painting, playing, stitching, quizzing, knitting, learning, listening, and viewing.