Community Programs

Jesmond Community Hub

Location: 44 Mordue Parade, Jesmond, NSW 2299
(Next to Jesmond Stockland Mall back carpark and the bowling club)

Opening Hours: Mondays – Fridays, 10.00 AM – 3.00 PM

The Jesmond Community hub is based at Jesmond Neighbourhood Centre and we provide:

  • Information about community services
  • Referral to other government and non-government services
  • Weekly programs in Jesmond
  • Community Events and Workshops
  • Hall Hire
  • Free photocopying, printing and faxing for low income community members
  • Needle and Syringe exchange program
  • Wallsend Community Garden

The Jesmond Community Hub supports the participation and inclusion of members of our community such as migrants and refugee’s, Indigenous Australians, low income residents, women with children, seniors and teenagers. We do this through our annual schedule of weekly, monthly and annual programs. Everyone is welcome to attend our events and we encourage you to drop into Jesmond Neighbourhood Centre and find out what how you can be involved.


The Heartmoves exercise program is a low to moderate exercise program designed by the Heart Foundation and the Department of Health. Run by accredited exercise professionals, the classes are suitable for anyone who is not currently exercising or previously exercised. The class is also a great place for people to make new friends and work with others to get moving, and have fun exercising at their own level within a small group. Heartmoves is open to everyone and is designed to be safe for people with stable long term health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes or obesity.

The Heart Foundation’s Heartmoves name lets the public and health professional know that these exercise programs are low to moderate in intensity, have a specially trained and accredited leader, follow safety guidelines and encourage people to start slowly and work safely at their own pace

Mondays and Wednesdays: 2.15pm – 3.00pm
Bookings Required. Cost: $7.00 per class.
Classes held weekly, at The Jesmond Neighbourhood Centre.

NOTE: A completed health assessment is required for participation

To save some time at your first session, could you lease print out the following form and fill it in before coming along.

Bring this form to your first class and give it to the instructor: PEAR Health Assessment form (Adobe Acrobat file)

If you have trouble opening the form, you may need to download and install Adbobe Acrobar Reader. It is free and is available from here: Get Abobe Acrobat Reader

How Heartmoves can help you

Taking part in regular Heartmoves sessions can help:

  • lower blood pressure
  • improve cholesterol control
  • manage weight
  • improve well being and quality of life
  • manage diabetes
  • improve balance and flexibility
  • improve sleep
  • improve bone mineral density with arthritis management
  • prevent falls and injuries from falls

For more infomation see the Heartmoves website

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