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Jack Young Centre (JYC)

JYC sign

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

The centre is open for dine-in, fresh and frozen take-away meals and activity groups. 

JYC continues to maintain COVID safe protocols such as the use of hand sanitiser, 1.5 distancing, limited numbers in groups and the dining room, high levels of cleaning, use of masks where required, a COVID Marshall, etc.

For updates on City of Salisbury’s response to COVID-19 click here.

The Jack Young Centre (JYC) is a friendly, welcoming and accessible leisure centre for people aged over 50. The purpose built facilities are fully accessible, offering a unique blend of programs, activities and services.

Opening Hours

The Centre is open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4pm.


1 Orange Avenue

Salisbury SA 5108

Contact Info

Getting there

The Jack Young Centre is two minute walk from the Salisbury Interchange. A number of bus and train routes service this Interchange. A car park is available for Members' use. For details about public transport services and current timetables please visit the Adelaide Metro website.

Weekly Program

Many of the social support groups have recommenced at the Jack Young Centre and the Para Hills Seniors Centre. 

A list of the groups and programs can be found in the weekly program below. Don't hesitate to give us a call if you would like to know more about any particular group or program. 

2021 Jack Young Centre (JYC) and Pine Lakes Centre Weekly Program

Meals at Jack Young Centre

Jack's Cafe Logo

Jack's Café at the Jack Young Centre has a positive reputation for providing freshly prepared nutritious, affordable and tasty meals including traditional home cooked style meals, soups and deserts.

We are currently providing the following, which is in response to COVID-19 situation.

  • Our dine-in service is available from 12 noon to 1pm daily Monday to Friday. Please pre-order and pre-book from 8.30am daily as numbers are limited to 35 people per day. View the dine-in menu here.
  • Dine-in, take-away and frozen-meals are available for current Salisbury Senior members or any senior residents or people with disability Monday to Friday. Refer to menu offerings below.


Our dine-in service is available from 12noon to 1pm daily Monday to Friday.

Please pre-order and pre-book from 8.30am daily as numbers are limited to 35 people per day. View the dine-in menu here.

Fresh meals for take-away (Monday to Friday)

  • Fresh meals can be pre-ordered.

Main Meals

Most meals will be served with salad or vegetables.
Sauce available includes: Plain Gravy, Mushroom Gravy or Garlic Sauce

  1. Chicken or beef schnitzel
  2. Grilled chicken
  3. Crumbed or grilled fish
  4. Tuna patties
  5. Ham salad plate (no bread roll)

Dessert - Fruit salad

June Weekly specials

Note: meals marked with an asterisk * are not available in small size.

7 to 11 June

14 to 18 June

21 to 25 June

28 June to 2 July

Soup - Broccoli, Spinach & Potato

Special - Sweet, Sticky & Spicy Chicken

Casserole - Moroccan Lamb & Apricot 

Roast - Corned Beef

Soup - Vegetable

Special - Chicken Patties with leek sauce

Casserole - Lancashire Hot Pot  

Roast - Pork

Soup - Cabbage

Special - Steak Diane Pie*

Casserole - Chicken Sausage Gumbo  

Roast - Beef


Soup - French Onion

Special - Bacon & Cheese Croquettes

Casserole - Mexican Chicken

Roast - Lamb



Dessert – Please call the centre on 8406 8525 to find out about the other daily dessert specials.

For same-day pick up, please call the Jack Young Centre before 11.30am and collect prior to 2pm.

  • When collecting, please observe social distancing and good hygiene guidelines.
  • For all orders or enquiries call 8406 8525 or email

Frozen Meals (Monday to Friday)

  • Drop-in and select frozen meals between 10am and 2pm weekdays
    * Salisbury Senior Members or vulnerable members of the public aged 65+ or a representative can drop-in to pick up and choose from a wide variety of frozen meals.
    * Please bring a Membership card or Seniors Card to assist us with identification.
  • Pre-order up to a weeks’ worth of frozen meals by calling JYC. These can be collected later in the week during pick up times or you can call the centre to organise an alternate pick up time.
  • When collecting meals, please observe social distancing and good hygiene guidelines.
  • For all pre-orders or enquiries call 8406 8525 or email

Cost and payments

  • Cost of all meals will be $7.30 for subsidised customers and $8.50 for non-subsidised. Soups and desserts are $3 each.
  • If possible, please bring the correct change or use our credit card tap and go service.

Important notice

The Jack Young Centre is open for essential and modified services. Remember, if you feel unwell or unsure please contact your doctor or seek medical advice before entering this Seniors Centre. In the interest of public health, please do not visit if you have travelled overseas in the past month, and you have a fever with a cough, sore throat or shortness of breath, or you have been in close contact with a proven case of coronavirus (COVID-19).

To stay up to date with Council's response to COVID-ID, visit


Seniors Centre Membership is open to people over the age of 50 including people with disability. Membership gives you access to three of our over 50's leisure centres.

  • Jack Young Centre - 1 Orange Ave, Salisbury
  • Para Hills Seniors Centre - Para Hills Community Hub, Wilkinson Rd, Para Hills
  • Pine Lakes Centre - 16 Homestead Place, Parafield Gardens.

Anyone aged 50-64 (including those with a disability support pension) wishing to become a member can do so after they start attending one of our groups regularly.

Any members aged 65+ and registered with My Aged Care can access subsidised meals and activities.

The Membership period aligns with the financial year July - June each year and a yearly membership fee ($10) applies to those who attend programs at the centre.

Participants also pay a weekly participant fee of $3-$7 depending on the program.

The centre is set-up for independent people. People requiring support / assistance to attend a group or use the facilities of the centre will need to be supported by a carer or support person. Agency workers referring a client to the centre need to liaise with the Coordinator Wellbeing Programs on 8406 8251 as early as possible as there is a set referral process.

People who are not members can access fresh take-away meals and/or frozen meals at Jack's Café.

Other services for seniors

Staff can also give you information about help at home through Home Assist and the Housing Support Program.

Home Assist services have been extended to assist all senior residents with essential services during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Please contact Home Assist on 8406 8225 to discuss your requirements.

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