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A non-profit organisation providing a place where women can meet:

  •      To share knowledge and skills
  •      To socialise and build friendships
  •      To attend workshops & activities
  •      To take up a new hobby
  •      To get active, fit and healthy
The Sheilas Shack promotes women’s health and wellbeing, while providing an opportunity for all women from all walks of life - from young mothers and working women to retirees - to connect with others in the community to their mutual benefit. We also engage those who may otherwise be isolated or not know how to be involved with their community.

We offer an ever-changing program of workshops, some of which have included: Mosaics, Acrylic Painting, Felting, Embroidered Card Making, Doll Making, Knitting & Crocheting, Beginners’ Computer Skills, Car Maintenance, Arakan Ladies Self Defence, Tai Chi and information sessions on Grief & Loss, E-health, and Crystals.

Join our Heart Foundation Walking Group now - everyone is welcome. Meet at the Sheilas Shack Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays at 6am.
Join one of our two Book Clubs, our Scrapbooking workshop or our Movie & Theatre Groups. We also have a Meditation Group who meet for lunch and meditation once a month.

The Sheilas Shack is open every Saturday from 9am – 12pm for Members and visitors to call in for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat. Most Saturdays we have a workshop which is just $2 for members or $5 for non-members to attend (all materials provided). Come along to find out more about the Sheilas Shack.

Contact us for more information or visit and like our facebook page. We’d love to hear from you! Following the 2015 AGM we would like to welcome our new membership secretary Anita (0487 399 730) and please allow us to introduce the new Executive ......

General contact number: 0487 399 730


Please don't hesitate to contact us if we can be of assistance.  There's something for everyone at the Sheilas Shack.  We welcome all women, from young mums and working women to retirees.  We connect women with the local community, share skills and knowledge, socialise and build friendships.  Everyone is welcome to attend workshops, call in for a cuppa & chat on a Saturday morning, join one of our Book Clubs or Theatre Group, Scrapbooking or Meditation groups.  

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All ages welcome and great to see the younger generation learning some of the older craft skills from their peers! Licensee co-operation thrives at CPP. Late 2015 witnessed the Sheilas Shack, the Mens Shed and the River Keepers combining their resources and talents to produce a number of wild life shelter boxes which will be utilized around the park.

 

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