Lefevre Community Stadium
Located at the Corner of Victoria rd and Marmora Tce, Osborne. The Lefevre Community Stadium is situated in a peaceful parkland setting at Osborne. The two surrounding reserves include skate park, outdoor Netball and tennis courts, bike track, two playgrounds and soccer goals.
The fantastic new stadium caters for the recreational needs of the community while also provides meeting and function hall rooms that are very user friendly to people with disabilities.
In addition to the 2 court recreational stadium, facilities at the Centre include meeting rooms, central kitchen and main hall suitable for childrens birthday parties, small weddings or gatherings. Plenty of parking is available.
Why not hold your children's next Birthday Party at LCS with sporting and skating party options. Click here for the LCS Birthday Party Package information guide.
Click for the LCS Summer 2015 Newsletter including all current activities and user groups.
Click for the Term 1 Active Children Program which has a great range of childrens activities scheduled after school on most week nights.
Click for LCS Fees 2014/15
Please take note of our Conditions of Hire
The Centre is staffed by a full time Facilities Officer, Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4.30 pm.
Contact during business hours by phone on (08) 8405 6908, or Email.
Allegro Gym Fun Classes (Pre-School Age) – 10:30am onwards
Are your children ready to tumble? Are you ready to see them be flexible and agile while manipulating lots of colourful apparatus? If so then you’re ready for the Allegro Gym Fun Classes, based on the Gymnastics Australia Launch Pad program. These classes focus on strength, flexibility and agility through fun activities using colourful apparatus and games. contact Romana Becker on 0413791001
Line Dancing (Boot Scooting)
Starting at Lefevre Community Stadium weekly onThursday’s at 10am to 11am (intermediate) and a Begginers class at 12pm to 1pm.
Line Dancing is an excellent healthy form of physically and mentally stimulating low impact exercise. It has a proven health record for prevention of Alzheimer’s,Dementia and Osteoporosis as well as reducing the chance of heart disease. Line dancing (solo dancing) is a dance form for individuals, with no partner required, and no upper age limitations. It’s a great way to socialise with others so stay around and chat over a tea or coffee after class.
Contact Nathan on 8405 6908
Strength For Life Sessions - currently running
Are you over 50 and find you're not as strong as you used to be? The Strength for Life program is being launched to help Port Adelaide Enfield residents aged over 50 to build up their physical strength. Strength for Life sessions have been shown to improve muscular strength, mobility, balance and walking endurance in older people, and can be effective in alleviating the effects of chronic diseases such as diabetes, osteoarthritis, heart disease, chronic kidney disease, and depression. The program will offer affordable, supervised, and progressive strength training sessions in a friendly environment. Mondays and Thursdays from 8:30am.
Any resident aged over 50 who is interested in joining up should contact the Centre on ph: 8405 6908.