The DSCC at Malak provides a friendly atmosphere for learning about computers, especially for seniors, and people with disabilities.
The club room in Nightcliff has been closed since 31/10/09.
New arrangements to allow club members to continue and expand activities have been made available at the Community Arts Centre at the Malak Shops.
The Telecentro and Club computers are open for use from 2pm to 4pm Monday to Friday. Other times may be available by booking the room in advance.
Regular monthly meetings will continue at the Casuarina Library as usual
Monday to Friday
2.00pm - 4.30 pm
Darwin Community Arts Centre,
Chambers Crs Malak,
Telephone (via DCA): (08) 8945 7347
The entrance is via the car park at the rear of the supermarket.
The Club room is down the corridor. to the right in the Darwin Community Arts (DCA) rooms
Important! Mail Delivery:
Australia Post does not deliver
reliably to this address. If you send mail to the Club at this address,
it will probably get lost!
Please send mail to:
Darwin Seniors Computer Club,
P.O. Box 376,
Karama NT 0813
The DSCC meets monthly at:
First Saturday of each month,
2pm - 4pm,
Casuarina Public Library meeting room,
The Casuarina Library Meeting Room is off a small courtyard, which is located to the left of the Library's main entrance. At the time of the Club's meetings, the Meeting Room cannot be be reached through the main entrance - you have to go through the courtyard.
Subject to teacher availability, the Malak Hub offers three options for beginners:
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The Darwin Senior Computer Club is located in Darwin, capital city of Australia's Northern Territory, with members throughout the Top End.
Monthly meetings are held at the Casuarina Library on the first Saturday of each month (except January) at 2.00pm.
Come along to hear the latest computer news, learn some tricks or ask questions about any computer related subjects.