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Do you have a community activity you would like to promote?

The Community Noticeboard provides an avenue for local not-for-profit groups and community organisations to promote their community activities.

If your group or organisation is based within the Council area and would like to promote its activities or services, please read the guidelines below and complete the online Community Noticeboard Application Form

Community Noticeboard guidelines

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters reserves the right to accept or reject applications for notices to be included on the online Community Noticeboard based on community interest and the guidelines provided below.

You are welcome to submit your community activity if it:

  • occurs within the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters council area
  • is open to the general public
  • is socially inclusive.

Application procedure:

  • all requests for display of notices on the online Community Noticeboard should be submitted using the Community Noticeboard Application Form
  • applications must be received at least 2 weeks before the start date of the activity.

The application may be refused if it:

  • could conflict with the Council’s values, policies or statutory responsibilities
  • promotes a specific religious or political activity or belief
  • has an administrative or governance focus (e.g. AGM, member meetings or board meetings)
  • does not provide complete information, such as dates, times and venue
  • does not promote the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters in a positive manner
  • affects the Council’s reputation and public image negatively
  • is offensive, abusive or racist
  • promotes tobacco or alcohol use or distribution
  • appears to only promote or advertise the services of a business or commercial enterprise
  • is held outside the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
  • promotes private garage sales, regular school sporting activities, sporting events or home games etc.

The Council reserves the right to edit, decline or remove listings at its discretion.

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Spicer Spring Fair - 21 October


Saturday, 21 October from 8.30 am – 1.30 pm. The plant  stall will be open until 2.30 pm.

Jams and cakes, plants, live music, crafts, pre-loved books, bric-a-brac, Devonshire Tea and coffee, sausage sizzle.

More information, visit:

Payneham Toastmasters Club


Toastmasters is a world-wide organisation focused on improving public speaking and leadership skills.

We are a community that fosters a culture of learning from each other and sharing our strengths for the improvement of others.

Our core values of Diversity and Inclusion, Progressive Mindsets, and Trust underpin what we do as a club and drive new initiatives and continuous improvement for our club and for each individual member.

For more information, visit: Payneham Toastmasters

Blokes in the Kitchen


Targeting men 50 years plus who want to gain skills in meal planning and preparation, with the side benefits of socialisation, new friendships and fun.

10 Sessions one per month with a maximum of 10 participants per session.

Participants will receive printed recipes, and personalised apron.

Location: Payneham Centre Kitchen and Community Hall

Costs $15 per month which includes ingredients, 2 course meal shared at close of session.

Expressions of Interest to: email: or mail to PO Box 340 Marden SA 5070. Please mark attention - Blokes Kitchen Romaine Dawson


VIEW Clubs of Australia. Payneham/Campbelltown New VIEW Club


VIEW Clubs are a women's fundraising arm of the charity,The Smith Family, which supports the education of disadvantaged Australian students, through sponsorship and programs, in Schools and the Community.

We have 19 VIEW Clubs in S.A. and hope to establish our 20th Club in your Council Area.

Our next Luncheon with Guest Speaker will be on:

Date: Thursday 13 July
Time: 11:00am for 11:30am start
Venue: San Giorgio La Molara Community Club, 11 Henry St. Payneham

Guest Speaker will be Erin Wimshurst, a Family Partnerships Coordinator with The Smith Family, working out of its Salisbury East Office.

Women looking for friendship, fun and supporting a worthy cause are very welcome, and to bring an interested friend too.

Future events will be monthly luncheons on the second Thursday of the month.

For catering purposes, please text Jan McFarlane 0419847087 or Jennie Lee 0418 364 512 your name and contact detail if planning to attend.

Payneham Probus Club - meets monthly


The Payneham Probus Club meets at the The Sicilia Social and Sports Club, 45a O.G. Road, Klemzig SA 5087, on the 4th Tuesday of each month between 10am and 12 noon.

Each meeting begins with a general meeting of about 30 minutes then a fellowship break for refreshments followed by entertainment by a guest speaker. Guest speakers cover a diverse range of topics - to ensure there is something of interest for all members.

Following the meeting members can choose to join for lunch at a local venue.

Members can also enjoy outings and events organized throughout the year.

The club is open to new members and visitors and all will be welcomed in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

For more information please call our Secretary, 0416 201 592 or our Membership Officer 0413 334 521 or check out our website at

SA Community free online directory


SAcommunity is a free online directory of South Australian community services.

Selecting Norwood Payneham & St Peters in the search will select services within this council area

Provided by Connecting Up Inc. and funded by the Government of South Australia and Public Library Services, the directory includes information about government, non-government, community based and some private sector organisations that provide services for the South Australian community in the areas of:

  • health
  • welfare
  • housing
  • education
  • community participation
  • information
  • legal services
  • arts and recreation.

Visit: SA

Connecting Up


Connecting Up, Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation that works to unleash the power of not-for-profits by providing a variety of information, products, resources and programs.

Visit: Connecting Up


St Peters Probus Club - meets monthly


St Peters Probus Club meets in the St Peters Youth Centre, Cornish St Stepney (part of Linde Reserve) between 10am and 12 noon on the second Friday of every month from February to November inclusive.

Each month there is a general meeting for 30 minutes then a break for morning tea before being entertained by a guest speaker.

Our members also enjoy additional activities and outings throughout the year.

Memberships are available and visitors are welcome.

For more information, contact: 

Secretary Andrew Tarca


Mobile 0400 300 020

StandBy Support After Suicide - delivered by AnglicareSA


StandBy Support After Suicide is delivered by AnglicareSA across the Adelaide metropolitan region.

StandBy is free and accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week for all South Australians who have been bereaved or impacted by suicide at any stage in their life.

For more information about StandBy Support After Suicide services and to find support in your area, visit: AnglicareSA - Stand By Me

Norwood Payneham & St Peters Bicycle User Group


Would you like to join the Norwood Payneham & St Peters Bicycle User Group?

The NPSP Bicycle User Group (BUG) is a group of like-minded citizens who meet monthly to discuss walking and cycling issues and opportunities in the Council area. 

The BUG assists the Council to identify the gaps in the cycling network and provides ideas for safety and amenity improvements.

The NPSP BUG is always looking to talk to and meet new members - the best way to reach the NPSP BUG is via email or their Facebook group.


Facebook: NPSP BUG