The Mens Shed Thirroul

The Thirroul Mens Shed was established in 2010 with a hand full of members and since then the membership has grown to approximately 45. The highlight of this six year period came last year when Thirroul Mens Shed was given more permanent accommodation in a new shed on railway land here in Thirroul. The shed has since been fitted out with a work shop for wood work and a large kitchen which is also used for computer and camera projects. The workshop has had a comprehensive dust extraction system installed along with many new wood working machines. A metal workshop is planned for later this year. Thirroul Mens Shed focuses on member’s health and wellbeing as well as carrying out projects for various organisations within the local community. Thirroul Mens Shed is shed is for any bloke irrespective of education or skill level.

Shed address:

  • 5 Church St Thirroul. NSW 2515.

Contact details.

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  • Postal: PO Box 332 Thirroul 2515
  • Secretary: John Dening. Mobile: 0468 916 319
  • President: Ray Smith. Mobile: 0424 144 014
  • Shed manager (all projects): Mal Stewart. m. 0419018320

 Website: www.thirroulmensshed.com

 

 

Thirroul Village Committee

Next meeting is Sunday 28th May 2pm at the Railway Institute Hall, Railway Parade Thirroul. Come along get involved, meet new friends & have your say about Thirroul's future.

The Thirroul Village Committee (TVC) is a group of local residents who share an interest in the future of Thirroul. We also do community work around Thirroul, from garden & graffiti removal.

The Committee first met in 1991. Meetings are held regularly to discuss local issues.

Location: Meetings are held bi-monthly at the Railway Institute Hall on a Sunday afternoon for more info visit there website.

Phone: 4267 5222

Website: www.thirroulvillage.com

 

Thirroul Neighbourhood Centre

 

We exist to support and enhance our local community through innovative and practical means in order to build a great community for everyone. We outwork this vision through providing:

1. Drop in centre (Youth, people wanting a chat etc)
2. Referral service ( For people needing specialised help)
3. Facilitation (of community and ideas. Eg: Bowls group, Community ideas like SOUP nights etc)
4. Relief (food parcels, vouchers etc)

Location: Located within the: Thirroul District Community Centre & Library: 352-358 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Thirroul

Phone: 4267 2500

Website: www.careways.org.au

 

Thirroul Festival

This Annual Festival will be a week long celebration of the arts and Seaside activities that reflect our community interest and way of life. This community event is only made possible with the support of many volunteers who provide free skills, advice and their time; as well as great sponsors who assist with funds, facilities, equipment and great people.

Phone: 0419673071

Website: www.thirroulfestival.com

 

 

Lions Club of Austinmer / Thirroul Inc

This is very much "Ordinary people doing extraordinary things" - supporting people within our community of the Northern Illawarra, and the broader national and international community

Meeting held at Ryan's Hotel alternate Tuesdays 6.30pm

For more info on Austinmer/Thirroul Lions Club please visit their website:

Web: www.austinmer-thirroul.nsw.lions.org.au

Wild Rumpus

Wild Rumpus are a non-profit organisation that finds skilled community members to teach classes in fun, practical skills. See their website for more information...

Location: Level 1 - 6/378 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Thirroul

Trading Hours: TBA

Phone: TBA

Website: www.wildrumpus.com.au