Welcome to U3A Redcliffe
U3A Redcliffe is the largest over 50s organisation on the Redcliffe Peninsula. Our home is on the ground floor of the Moreton Bay Regional Council office in Irene Street.
We are proud of our contribution to our community providing learning and social opportunities to people over 50 who have retired or are semi-retired.
U3A Redcliffe Inc. is run by volunteers and is an apolitical and a non-denominational organisation.
U3A Redcliffe is committed to ensuring the safety of all members by adhering to Queensland Government restrictions and rules.
The Management Committee had its monthly meeting on 16 June 2022 and one of the items on the agenda was ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.
As Queensland Health and the Australian Government have now removed most of the requirements for being fully vaccinated to access premises, the committee has taken the view that from 20 June all members will be permitted to enter the campus whether they are vaccinated or not.
This, however, may cause concern to some members; so, if you feel uncomfortable at all you should use your judgement about whether to wear a mask or not when on campus.
As part of the risk management plan members are asked to continue to:
• wipe down tables and chairs at the end of each class or when you have finished your cuppa in the kitchen
• use the separated entry and exit doors
• maintain safe distances from others.
If you are feeling unwell, please do not come onto campus.
Reporting Covid-19 cases
U3A members who have been diagnosed with Covid-19, and have recently attended the campus before the diagnosis are requested to contact the Secretary with the following details so that members can be notified.
- Date that symptoms became evident
- Date of positive diagnosis
- Date/s that they attended Campus, times and rooms they entered, etc.
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Our background photograph
Our former Vice President, Neil Johnston, is a talented photographer. He took the photo of the beach and jetty at Redcliffe that has been used as a background on all the pages of this website. This is the photograph in its entirety so you can appreciate Neil’s contribution.