Pilipino Elderly Association of South East Region (PEASER)

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Cross Generational Filipinos and the wider Australian Community meet together for companionship and cultural activities.

 PEASER is a social group of Filipinos and other nationalities from the wider community, living in the south east region of Melbourne.  The association was founded in 1993 in the City of Kingston and is based at the Sundowner Centre in Clarinda. The Association was started to assist elderly Filipinos and their families to integrate to life in Australia; promote Filipino cultural heritage and customs; to organise recreational activities; to improve the health and fitness of all members, and to access social services and information sessions.

The member’s activities include visiting nursing homes and the sick, hold regular cultural activities and social events and information sessions where issues such as home security and health topics are discussed. A members' dance group performs cultural dances from different regions of the Philippines, performing at functions and festivals around Melbourne and to other ethnic groups.

All citizens are welcome to join and meet like-minded people in a family friendly and welcoming atmosphere. 


Opening Hours

PEASER meet every Sunday from 1.00pm to 5.00pm at the Sundowner Centre in Sundowner Ave, Clarinda, off Bourke Rd. (there is a short break over the Christmas period when many people are on holiday)


Sundowner Community Centre, 24 Sundowner Avenue, Clarinda 3169, Clarinda 3169 View Map

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Postal Address

PO Box 90, Clarinda 3169


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