Group Programs



The Legends Group is for young men aged 16 - 30 years. They enjoy getting together on a Saturday for activities including the movies, bowling, swimming, going to the speedway or any activity of their choice.

Mens Group

The Echuca Men's Group meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 6pm till 10pm. This group comprises of men who are living independently and enjoy the social interaction of meeting for a meal both locally and in the broader community.

Ky Mens Group

The Ky Mens Group meet on the first Thursday evening of every month from 6pm to 9 pm. The venue varies and is decided by the group each month. Activities they enjoy include dinner at the Merrigum Hotel, playing pool at the Ky Club and BBQs.

Girl Power

This group of young women gather together to enjoy the movies, markets, sleepovers and hosting rotating dinners.


This group meets every 3rd Thursday of the month at the Echuca Workers & Services Club 6.30pm-9.30pm for Dinner and Darts. The 18 & over's enjoy either participating in or watching a darts game.


The group was established for people with disabilities living independently in the community, to provide an opportunity to enjoy community activities and develop friendships. The group enjoys an activity each month. This has included overnight stays in Bendigo, movies, dinners and ten pin bowling.

Ky Young Adults

The Kyabram Young Adults Group enjoy a monthly activity of their choice. The optional Friday night sleepover is also popular before the full day of activities on the Saturday. They enjoy going to the movies, an annual camp, visiting places, going to local shows and generally just having fun! A recent highlight was a night tour of the Kyabram Fauna Park.

Kids Club

These primary aged children meet Wednesdays 3.30pm-5pm during the school term. The focus is on developing social skills, outdoor skills and sporting skills.

Social Skills

The Social Skills program involves children/teens usually with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Weekly sessions focus on topics such as Communication, Cooperation, Cyber Safety and Friendship & Conflict Management. These activities are to assist the children in developing life skills, minimising social isolation and encouraging connections with their community.


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