Evidence demonstrates the powerful impact that the arts can have on the health and wellbeing of older people – enhancing quality of life for people who are seeking to remain fit and well as they age and for people who live with a chronic condition such as dementia or depression. Health benefits through arts activities, such as dancing and singing, include improved mobility and motor control, improved heart and respiratory function, greater self-esteem and confidence, less reliance on medication and personal care, higher social engagement and beneficial effects on mental health.

Such activities are increasingly important for the Mid North Coast where the population is characterised by a high proportion of people aged over the age of 60. Based on 2011 figures this demographic represents 32% of the population. Within the region there are areas of even higher proportion. In terms of this demographic the Mid North Coast is what Australia will be in 10 years.

Our Creative Ageing Feature seeks to provide information to assist those who wish to age creatively, whatever their interest.


Pick your interest and find whats on locally:

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Join a Community Gallery or Group

Many of the Community based art groups and galleries on the Mid North Coast offer tuition as well as the opportunity to exhibit.

They are also a good place to volunteer if you have an interest in art.

Great Lakes Arts Society & Gallery

34 Lake Street, Forster.

For more information on Lake Street Gallery, give them a call on 6557 2880 or view their website, http://www.glas.org.au

Gloucester Art Gallery

Denison Street, Gloucester

The ‘Gloucester Gallery’ is a community gallery space located in the historic School of Arts building. For more information on Gloucester Art Gallery, view their website, http://www.gloucester-gallery.com.au/

Harrington Art Group

Harrington Function Centre.

Meets every Friday at 1pm. For more information call Joyce Cacchia on 6556 1831 or Sandra Baker on 6556 3525

Hastings Valley Fine Arts & Gallery

Maritime Museum, 2 William St, Port Macquarie

For information about the association go to www.hastingsvalleyart.net.au   or phone 6583 6693. New members are always welcome.

Macleay Valley Community Arts Centre

5 Kinchela St, Gladstone

Macleay Valley Community Arts Centre in the historic Gladstone Hall was developed to enhance the cultural aspects of the Macleay Valley community through the attraction of traveling and local exhibitions. It also provides a space for local artists to exhibit and generate income.

Open Thursday to Sunday 10.30am to 4pm.

For more information on Macleay Valley Community Art Gallery, give them a call on 6567 5092 or view their website:


Stringer Gallery/Nambucca Valley Arts Council

19 Ridge St, Nambucca Heads

The Stringer Gallery is located within the Nambucca Community and Arts Centre. It showcases work by local artists and themed exhibitions change on a regular basis. There are always works on display in all media. The Gallery is run by the Nambucca Valley Arts Council.

Open Wednesday to Friday 10am to 3pm and Saturday 9.30am to 12 noon.

For more information on The Stringer Gallery, view their website:


Sawtell Art Gallery

Cnr Lyons & Bayldon Roads, Sawtell

This community run gallery features a number of exhibitions during the year plus a range of workshops at convenient times for artists of all levels. Open every day except Friday 11am to 3pm

For more information on Sawtell Art Gallery, give them a call on 6658 6477 or view their website, http://www.sawtellartgroup.com.au

Coffs Harbour Showground Gallery

Showground entrance, Pacific Highway, Coffs Harbour

Home of the Coffs Harbour Creative Arts Group Inc, a community of artists with diverse interests offering creative activities for beginners and the more experienced artist, where participants can also enjoy social interaction.  For more information view their website, http://www.coffsharbourartsgroup.com

Woolgoolga Art & Craft Gallery

Turon Parade, Woolgoolga

The gallery is a community based voluntary organisation and is open daily from 10am till 4pm. It features high quality arts and crafts made by local artisans.

For more information on The Woolgoolga Art and Craft Gallery, give them a call on 6654 1052 or view their website, http://www.woolgoolgagallery.com.au


Great Lakes Arts Society & Gallery

34 Lake Street, Forster.

For more information on Lake Street Gallery, give them a call on 6557 2880 or view their website, http://www.glas.org.au

Art and Alzheimer’s

Our Regional Galleries each provide Art and Alzheimer programs, as first developed by the National Gallery of Australia, to provide people living with dementia with an opportunity to connect with the world in enriching and life-enhancing ways.  These discussion-based tours of works of art provide intellectual stimulation and social inclusion. Participants are able to contribute knowledge, engage in interpretation, express emotions and recall memories.

For more information contact:

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery

For more information about their Creative Conversations program give them a call on 6648 4863.

Glasshouse Regional Gallery

These Art and Alzheimer’s Art Appreciation tours are held every Friday during school terms.

As part of the art appreciation tour participants will be viewing 3 to 4 selected artworks from the current exhibitions. During the tour your specially trained educators will start easy group chats

and explore ideas about the selected artworks. For more information call on 6581 8888

Manning Regional Art Gallery

For more information on Manning Regional Art Gallery program, give them a call on 6592 5455.

Cultural Companions

Cultural Companions in Port Macquarie-Hastings creates local networks of people interested in arts and culture that will accompany each other to events – like minded people that meet up regularly to go out together as part of a small group. Its aim is to provide increased opportunities for older people to engage with our local vibrant cultural and arts scene.

The PMHC Cultural Companions is free to join. If this sounds like something you might like to join, contact Council’s Volunteer Coordinator on telephone 6581 8111 for more information or visit www.pmhc.nsw.gov.au/seniors

Free Galleries

A feature of most art galleries on the Mid North Coast is that entry is normally free with the major galleries only charging for the occasional a major exhibition. There are over 60 galleries in the region and these can be found at


and also in many cafes and wineries:


Our Events Calendar also features all current exhibitions during the year:



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Craft Centres & Groups

Crafts are simply activities involving skill in making things by hand. Many of these are seen as traditional pursuits but there is renewed interest in many of these. A range of groups and activities are available on the Mid North Coast.

Myall Community Arts & Craft Centre

For more information on Myall Community Art and Craft Centre, give them a call on 4997 0270 or view their website, http://www.myallartandcraft.com.au

Forster Arts and Crafts Centre, Breese Parade, Forster

For more information on Forster Arts and Crafts Centre, give them a call on 6554 6900 or view their website, http://forsterartsandcrafts.weebly.com

Taree Craft Centre

Taree Craft Cottage, High St, Taree

For more information on Taree Craft Centre, give them a call on 6551 5777 or view their website, http://www.tareecraftcentre.com.au

Pelican Pierces Patchwork & Quilting

Harrington Function Centre

Meets every Thursday from 10am to 2.30pm

Harringtons Tuesday Craft Ladies

Harrington Library

Meets every Tuesday 9.30am to 12.30pm

Upper Lansdowne Craft Group

Upper Lansdowne Hall. 1412 Upper Lansdowne Rd.

Thursdays 10am to 1.30pm

Phone 6556 7015

Kendall Craft Cooperative

31 Railway St, Kendall

Phone 6559 4644

Laurieton Haven Craft Centre

St. Andrews Uniting Church Hall, Bold Street, Laurieton

Operates each Tuesday  except school holidays

Port Macquarie Art & Craft Centre

Cnr Gordon St & Lake Rd, Port Macquarie

Phone 6584 5169

Nambucca Valley Craft & Arts

Nambucca Plaza

This gallery features the work of numerous arts and craft practitioners from throughout the Nambucca Valley. Open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and

Saturday 9am to 1pm.

New members always welcome

Stitched Up Bellingen

Uniting Church Hall, Hyde Street, Bellingen,

Mondays 3.30pm 5pm. Phone 6655 9236.

Misty Threads Dorrigo

40 Hickory Street, Dorrigo

This specialist quilting shop is also known for its exhibitions of colourful art quilts.

There is always amazing quilting works on their walls to admire.

Open weekdays 9.30am to 4.30pm and Saturday 9.30am to 2pm.  Phone 6657 1200

Toormina Craft Group

Guide Hall (opposite Toormina Library) Minorie Drive

Phone 6658 7332

Coffs Harbour Art and Craft Group

PO Box 6354, Park Beach Plaza, Coffs Harbour

Phone 6651 9549

Coffs Quilters and Needlecraft Inc.

Cavanbah Centre, Harbour Drive, Coffs harbour

Phone 6652 4530

Woolgoolga Neighbourhood Centre Craft Club

Cnr Beach and Boundary Streets.

PO Box 646, Woolgoolga

Phone 6654 1598

The Mens Shed

The modern Men’s Shed is an updated version of the shed in the backyard that has long been a part of Australian culture. Men’s Sheds are springing up all around Australia and internationally. Not all Men’s Sheds are the same – if you looked inside you might see a number of men making furniture, fixing lawn mowers or making a cubby house for Camp Quality to raffle.

You might see local Elders making traditional weapons or designing arts and crafts. There are at least 25 Sheds on the Mid North Coast.

The quickest way to find your nearest is to go to the Find a Shed locator at http://mensshed.org/find-a-shed/

Knit one Purl one

Knitting is one craft that has gone through a major resurgence in interest in recent years. A number of groups now give you the chance to either learn its intricacies or dust off old skills.

Knit & Knatter Forster

Forster Library

Meets last Friday of the month, 10 am - 12 pm. For more information call Pauline Howes on 6555 4637

Wrap with Love Harrington

Harrington Library

Meets Wednesdays 10am to 12 pm and Thursdays 1pm to 3pm

Wrap with Love Hallidays Point

Hallidays Point Library

Meets Mondays 10am to 12 pm

Taree Knitters

Taree Library,

Meets every Friday 10.30am - 12pm. For more information call the library on 6592 5290

Nambucca Knitters

Nambucca Golf Club

Meets 2pm on 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month. For more information call Judy on 6655 3585

Yarn & Yak. Coffs Harbour

Harry Bailey Memorial Library hosts Yarn & Yak mornings for knitters on the first Tuesday of each month.

For more information call the library on 6648 4900


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Volunteer at a Museum

Did you know we have over 20 museums on the Mid North Coast and all depend on the passion and contribution of their volunteers.

You can find details of your local museum(s) by visiting http://artsmidnorthcoast.com/cultural_trails/museums/#all

Family History

Joining a local family history group will give you lots of benefits for researching your family history.

You also get to meet others who have a similar interest, may be researching similar areas and families, and those who have lots of knowledge that they are willing to share.

Tea Gardens & Hawks Nest
Manning Wallamba

The Secretary - Manning Wallamba FHS Inc.

PO Box 48, Taree NSW 2430

02 6592 5219 - 10am to 12noon Daily

Email Secretary@manningwallambafhs.com.au


Port Macquarie & Districts


Phone 0475 132 804

Coffs Harbour District

PO Box 2057, Coffs Harbour, 2450

Location: 169 Rose Avenue, Coffs Harbour.

Phone: (02) 6651 6126

Email: coffsgenie@gmail.com



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Dance for Parkinson’s

The Dance for Parkinson’s Australia program has been developed using a model developed in the United States. Dance for Parkinson’s classes engage thought, senses and imagination in the service of movement. Teachers encourage participants to use images, narrative, and musical input to hone control over how they express themselves physically. Active demonstration by professional dancers inspires participants to recapture grace, while guided improvisation fosters creativity.


Currently there is one affiliated group in Port Macquarie:

Dancing for Parkinson’s-Argentine Tango

Venue:  Rotary Hall, HASTINGS River Drive, Port Macquarie 2444

Wednesdays 9.30 – 11.00am. Cost $2.50 per week

Class begins with a welcome circle and a Tai Chi warm-up, then moves to a variety of fun exercises such as mirroring and stretching with music, dancing in chairs, simple, Argentine Tango walking steps to music with emphasis on core strength and balance, repeated each week to maintain memory. Social morning tea and chat time, a special themed morning every 7 weeks with invited guests to perform. For more information and to register please contact: Sheila MacDougall and Russell Wilkinson. Phone: 6583 8203 or 0438 849 964

Take Your Partner

Why not learn the Tango as part of a much broader range of ballroom dances just to have fun and stay fit and connected.

Taree Dance

Club Taree Dance

Address Club Taree, 121 Wingham Road, Taree NSW, 2430

Phone 6552 7557 Website http://www.tareerslandgolf.com.au/intra_dance.htm

Railway Dance Club

Address Railway Institute Bowling Club, High Street, Taree NSW, 2430

Phone 6651 3541

Rivercity Dance Club

Address Taree Sailing Club, William Wynter Drive, Taree NSW, 2430,

Phone 6553 5271

Manning River Ballroom Dancing School

Address 31 Wingham Rd, Taree NSW, 2430

Phone 6552 2078

Port Macquarie Ballroom Dancing

Port Macquarie Panthers Ballroom Dancing group

Phone 0414 821 597. Website www.portballroom.org.au

Danceway Ballroom Dancing Studio

Phone 0418 627 683. Website http://dancewayaus.hopout.com.au

Tango Vidas

Address Various Port Macquarie

Phone 0467 031 258. Website http://www.tangovidas.info

Kempsey Ballroom

Roslyn West Ballroom Dance Studio

Address 445 Smiths Creek Rd, Kundabung NSW, 2441

Phone 0427 117 176

Bellingen Social Dance

Debbie’s Social Dance

Address Bellingen Memorial Hall, Hyde St, Bellingen NSW, 2454

Phone 0432 147 076

Coffs Harbour

Pacific Dancentre

Address Coffs Harbour Showground, Coffs Harbour NSW, 2450

Phone 6651 3032. Website http://www.pacificdancentre.com.au/Pacific_Dancentre/Main.html

Coffs Latin Rhythms Inc.

Ex Serviceman’s Club, Vernon St
, Coffs Harbour NSW, 2450

Phone 0435 938 531. Website http://www.coffslatinrhythms.com/#!about-us/c66t

So Dance Studios

Address 61A West High St, Coffs Harbour NSW, 2450

Phone 0413 032 048. Website https://www.facebook.com/SoDanceStudios

Keep Rockin’ & Rollin’

Keeping Rock & Roll alive across the mid north coast

Coasters Rock N Roll Dance Studio

Telephone 6552 6622

Address Taree Leagues & Sports Club, Taree NSW, 2430

Website http://www.coastersrocknroll.com

Port Macquarie Panthers Rock’n’Roll Dance Club

Telephone 0407 277 065

Address 1 Bay St, Port Macquarie NSW, 2444

Website http://portrocknroll.com.au

Razzle Dazzle Rockers

Sawtell R.S.L Club, Sawtell NSW, 2452

Phone 0421 130 076   https://www.facebook.com/RazzleDazzleRockersBigRiverRockers/about/


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Local Film Societies or Clubs

Interested in film then why not join your local Film Society or Club

Visit our Events Calendar anytime to find out the latest film events in the region from Film Festivals to one off screenings.


Screenwave Cinematinee (Coffs Harbour)

Cinematinee is a program of world cinema, art house and independent films that are screened fortnightly on Thursdays at Jetty Memorial Theatre in Coffs Harbour.  For program information, visit the box office section of www.jettytheatre.com.

Special screenings also take place at the Bellingen Memorial Hall.  Check the Screenwave website for more information.


Old Gazette Film Society (Dorrigo)

The Old Gazette Film Society is a sub-committee of the Dorrigo Dramatic Club Inc. formed in 2016 by a group of committed Dorrigo residents to provide an environment to share film, food and conversation on the Plateau.   There are monthly films screening at the Old Gazette Theatre, 10 Hickory Street, Dorrigo.

Contact: E: OldGazetteFilmSociety@gmail.com


Rollands Plains Film Society

This local group screens films from the National Film and Sound Archive at the Rollands Plains Hall.  Rollands Plains is 20km west of Port Macquarie between the town of Telegraph Point and Willi Willi National Park.

For information check out the Rollands Plains Community Face Book page: https://www.facebook.com/RollandsPlainsCommunity/

Taree Film Society

The Society screens films at Fay’s Twin Cinema in Taree, Manning Valley Visitor’s Centre in Taree North, St Joseph’s School Hall in Wingham and various other pop-up screenings. Screening are generally the third Monday evening of the month. Contact: T: (02) 6552 3476

E: tareefilmsociety@gmail.com


Majestic Movie Club (Sawtell, Nambucca, Port Macquarie)

Majestic Cinemas is an independent regional cinema chain that offers both the latest blockbuster films plus a range of art house and foreign film in line with community requests.



The University of the Third Age has member groups across the Mid North Coast that often run Movie appreciation courses/groups.  Members include Coffs Harbour, Dorrigo Plateau, Nambucca Valley, Kempsey/Macleay, Port Macquarie, Manning Valley and Forster Tuncurry.  Contact the Regional Representative, Liz Imrie, to see if there is a movie group near you.

E: eimri@gmail.com   



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Its never too late to learn something new

As life expectancy increases, more attention is being given to the developmental needs of older people through creative engagement and life long learning.


University of the Third Age has member groups across the Mid North Coast that often run arts and creative courses/groups.

For further information in your area contact:

Forster Tuncurry U3A
Gloucester District U3A
Port Macquarie Hastings U3A
Nambucca Valley U3A
Dorrigo Plateau U3A

Phone:  6657 1662

Coffs Harbour U3A

Community Colleges

A community college near you may offer a range of creative courses so check out what they offer as they do vary from term to term.

Below are the contact details of those on the Mid North Coast and some of the courses they may offer.

WEA Foster Tuncurry Community College

Cnr of Manning & Lake Streets, Tuncurry NSW 2428

Tel: 6554 921 https://www.weacoast.edu.au/5

Courses include: Puppet making, basket weaving and laughing yoga

Camden Haven Community College

16/18 Laurie St, Laurieton NSW 2443

Tel: 6559 6699 http://www.chace.org.au/

Courses include: African drumming, fundamentals of art painting, guitar and ukulele

Port Macquarie Community College

77 Hastings River Dr, Port Macquarie NSW 2444

Tel: 6583 7288 http://www.skillslinktraining.com.au/

Courses include: Photography and creative writing.

Coffs Coast Community College

66-90 Harbour Dr, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450

Tel: 6652 5378 http://www.skillslinktraining.com.au/

Courses include: Chinese Brush Painting


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Learn to play the Ukulele

All over the world the ukulele has become the favourite challenge for those wanting to connect through music.

A number of opportunities and groups can be found on the Mid North Coast:

Forster Jumping Fleas Ukulele Group

Meet Tuesdays and Wednesdays; Tuesday 4.30pm at Club Forster; Wednesday 1.00pm at Barclay Gardens.

Contact Roberta Pearce pearcer@aapt.net.au www.carmelmaree1959.wixsite.com/jumping-fleas

Taree Silver Ukulele Strummers
Port Macquarie Ukestra

Meet Wednesdays, 6.30-8pm at the MacAdams Centre, Gordon Street, Port Macquarie.

Contact   www.portmacukes.wordpress.com

Kempsey Ukulele Club

Meet Monday nights (except public holidays) at 6.15pm at Oddfellows Hall, 22 Kemp Street, West Kempsey.

Contact kempseyukuleleclub@gmail.com   and https://www.facebook.com/Kempsey-Ukulele-Club-1730537097195381/

Nambucca Valley Ukulele Group

Meet on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month at 1.30pm at the Nambucca Leagues and Sports Club.

Contact 6568 7210

Hungry Head Ukulele Group

Meet Saturdays, 1.30-5.00pm at Urunga Surf Life Saving Club, Hungry Head Road, Hungry Head.

Contact Vanessa Nugent m: 0447 688 847 https://www.facebook.com/hungryheadukeband/

Sawtell Ukulele Group

Meet Monday (Intermediate) and Wednesdays (Beginners) 4.30-5.30pm at the Sawtell CWA Hall, 21 Elizabeth Street, Sawtell.

Contact Stephanie Ney m: 0421 346 713

e: stephanie@ukoono.com.au www.ukoono.com.au/sug  or https://www.facebook.com/ukoono2016/

Borrow a Ukulele

Port Macquarie Hastings residents can go the Port Macquarie Library and chat to one of the friendly Librarians about how to borrow a free uke kit which includes ukulele, tuner and case.

So far over 120 seniors have participated in this project and a group of them have formed a Ukulele Ensemble

Learn another Instrument

Want to refresh you skills on an instrument you already play or played as a child or take up a new challenge then visit the Arts Mid North Coast Directory of all music teachers in the region.

You can search by local government area. http://artsmidnorthcoast.com/teacher_type/music-teacher/?region


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Sing Australia

Sing Australia accepts that everyone can sing and it makes no judgement on how well that happens. It is inclusive and welcoming of everyone. It is about making happy connections with people from all walks of life and demographics within groups and through performances.

Coffs Harbour

Meets Monday 7pm-9pm at the Anglican Church Hall, McLean St, Coffs Harbour.

Contacts: Tess Mylee 6652 7402 mylrea@netspace.net.au and Dave Mylee dave_mylrea@netspace.net.au

Hastings (Port Macquarie)

Meets Thursday 10am-12noon at Mac' Adams Music Centre, Gordon St, Port Macquarie.

Contact: Carole Field 0404 081 559 carolefield@bigpond.com

Port Macquarie

Meets Monday 7:30pm-9:30pmat the Seniors Centre, Munster St, Port Macquarie.

Contact: Trish Davis 0488 288 384 trishinport@gmail.com

South West Rocks

Meets Thursday 4pm-6pmat the South West Rocks Uniting Church Hall, 9 Landsborough St, South West Rocks.

Contacts: Margaret White 02) 6566 6027 shanemarg@hotmail.com and Michael Lohman 0422 850 016 michaellohman@bigpond.com


Meets Thursday 6:30pm-8:30pm at the Bethel Church Hall (next to Timbertown Motel), Oxley Hwy, Wauchope.

Contacts: George Campbell 0415 237 302 gcampbell22@bigpond.com and Lorraine Garland 0413 181 951 lorrainegarland@yahoo.com


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Writing Groups

The written word can be a powerful tool of art and creativity. There are a number of writing groups throughout the region where you can share your love of writing or seek to improve your skills. In addition an important resource is the extensive network of libraries throughout the region. Libraries are much more than a place to read; they also stage a range of artistic events from book readings and launches, to workshops and presentations.

Bello Bards

For more information on Bello Bards, please view their website, http://bellobards.blogspot.com.au

Coffs Harbour Writers Group

The Coffs Harbour Writers’ Group is one of the oldest long running writers’ groups in NSW.  It was established in 1986 for the purpose of providing its members with an environment and opportunity of improving their writing through skills learning workshops and guest speakers.

For more information on Coffs Harbour Writers Group, view their website, http://www.coffsharbourwriters.com

Dorrigo Writers Group

For more information on Dorrigo Writers Group, please view their website, http://dorrigo.com/community/the-arts/269-dorrigo-writers-group.html

Nambucca Writers Group

For more information on Nambucca Valley Writers Group, please view their website, http://www.nambuccawriters.info/index.html

Great Lakes Fellowship of Australian Writers

For more information on Great Lakes Fellowship of Australian Writers, please view their website, https://sites.google.com/site/greatlakesfaw/

Port Writers

Port Writers meet on the 4th Saturday of the month between 1-4pm at the Rotary Community Centre, 198 Hastings River Drive, Port Macquarie.

For more information on Port Writers Inc., view their website, http://www.portwriters.com.au/

Our Libraries

Please check for varied opening hours especially the smaller branch libraries.

Central Library

Telephone 6591 7256

Address Breese Pde, Forster NSW, 2428


Telephone 4997 4855

Address 26 Meade St, Bulahdelah NSW, 2423

Tea Gardens

Telephone 4997 1265

Address 135 Marine Parade, Tea Gardens NSW, 2324


Telephone 6554 1355

Address Nabiac St, Nabiac NSW, 2312


Telephone 4994 5204

Address 6 Church Lane Stroud NSW, 2425



Telephone 6558 1514

Address: 27 Denison St, Gloucester NSW 2422



Taree Central Library

Telephone 6592 5290

Address 242 Victoria St, Taree NSW 2430


Telephone 6556 1652

Address Community Village16/7 Caledonia St, Harrington NSW, 2427

Hallidays Point

Telephone 6559 3066

Address Shop1 Hallidays Point Village Centre, Blackhead Rd, Hallidays Point NSW 2430


Telephone 6553 4555

Address Wynter Street, Wingham, between the Wingham Post Office and Wingham Brush Primary School

Old Bar

Telephone 6553 6535

Address Shop 2 Corner Old Bar Road & Cross Street, Old Bar, NSW, 2430

Port Macquarie

Telephone 6581 8177

Address Grant Street, Port Macquarie NSW, 2444


Telephone 6559 7116

Address Laurie Street, Laurieton NSW, 2443


Telephone 6581 8162

Address High St, Wauchope NSW, 2446



Telephone 6566 3210

Address 22 Tozer St, Kempsey NSW, 2440

South West Rocks

Telephone 6566 5044

Address 22 Landsborough St, South West Rocks NSW, 2431

Stuarts Point

Telephone 6569 0289

Address Cnr. Ocean Ave & Marine Pde, Stuarts Point NSW, 2441



Telephone 6568 6906

Address 23 Ridge Street, Nambucca Heads NSW, 2448


Telephone 6568 1422

Address 41 Princess Street, Macksville NSW, 2447


Telephone 6655 1744

Address Maam Gaduying (Meeting Place) Park, Hyde St, Bellingen NSW 2454