The Computer Club is a group of enthusiastic computer users from among the On Statenborough residents.

Their aim is to share their computing knowledge and skills, and to be of some assistance to other residents with computing problems. The committee includes a retired IT professional.

In the On Statenborough library there is a Broadband for Seniors internet kiosk with three computers that any resident may use, and there is no need to register or log in with a password. The kiosk is part of an Australian Government initiative to increase the skills and confidence of older Australians in using computers and the Internet, and the Computer Club tutors are prepared to arrange one-on-one training sessions using these computers.
 
From time to time the club runs presentations and training sessions on topics such as: files and folders; email and internet basics; Skype; Google; computer music, computer security; digital photography; genealogy; and tablet computers, both iPad and Android.

ON STATENBOROUGH AT LEABROOK awarded in 2012 for:

BEST MASTER PLANNED DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
BEST SENIORS LIVING PROJECT IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
BEST SENIORS LIVING PROJECT IN AUSTRALIA