Celebrating Terrigal Electorate's Seniors

19 Mar 2024

With the Seniors Festival coming to an end on the 24th of March, Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch recognised nominees of the Local Seniors Award at his annual Terrigal Electorate Local Senior’s Afternoon Tea on Friday.

Mr Crouch hosted the seniors who were nominated for the award by family, friends and the community for their immense contributions to society and highlight the diverse way they support the local community more broadly.


“This year’s awardees of the Local Senior Award were recognised for their great contributions they have made to our community, whether it be through volunteering with our local surf clubs, keeping other seniors active through tai chi classes or providing free furniture delivery for seniors and those in need, all of this year’s nominees have made their mark.”


“I am so privileged to have these fantastic seniors in my Electorate and offer my sincerest congratulations on those who have received the Local Senior Award.” said Mr Crouch.


Recipients for the Terrigal Local Senior Award are:


  • Yvette Norton for her contributions to Elsie’s Project and involvement with her local Lions Club
  • Peter Bailey for his work as Chairman of the Residents Committee of the Forresters Beach Retirement Village including raising funds for outdoor heaters and umbrellas in resident common areas
  • Liz Oldfield for her contributions to the Macmasters Beach community’s health and wellbeing through her popular Tai Chi classes
  • Jan Consoli for her contributions to the Empire Bay community through her lifelong volunteer efforts with the Empire Bay Progress Association
  • Kim Petley for his contributions to Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club as a dedicated volunteer of 15 years and Board member of 5 years
  • Robyn Warburton for her contributions to the Bouddi Society and the Wagstaffe to Killcare Community Association
  • Gillian Winchester for her contributions to the Erina Rotary Club and involvement with Coast Shelter and Central Coast Lifeline as well as involvement with the Springfield Residents Association
  • Nik Poulos for his contributions to retail service on the Central Coast and involvement with the local business community over the past 40 years
  • Jenny Hartich for her significant contribution and involvement in the 3 Villages Community (Yattalunga, Saratoga and Davistown)
  • Catharine Retter for volunteer contributions to local organisations such as the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music, Gosford Regional Gallery and 3 Villages community.