WTBA Networking Meetings
WTBA Networking Meetings are held bi-monthly
The WTBA meets monthly to consider business, the Business Plan and Member requests. Networking Events are held bi-monthly for members to self promote. If you would like to attend a networking meeting please contact the Project Coordinator by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership of the WTBA is only $60 and with over 95 members – its a great way to meet and great local businesses today !
Safe and Clean Town
The Wallsend Town Business Association encourages local businesses and the community to report Crime, Graffiti, Rubbish, Unclean Street Furniture and any other activity that detracts from making a visit to Wallsend Town unpleasant for our community.
Report unclean Council Assets & Waste issues
NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is an emergency and rescue service dedicated to assisting the community. We are a volunteer-based organisation that provides emergency assistance to the people of NSW 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
It is the approximately 9,000 volunteers across the state that make this possible. NSW SES Volunteers come from all walks of life, bringing with them many different skills, interests and backgrounds. They are united by the purpose of supporting their communities in times of need.
Neighbourhood Watch is a community lead safety and awareness program that aims to prevent crime, stop social isolation and increase the safety, security and quality of life for everyone in your community.
If you are looking for a meaningful way to contribute to your life and your community then joining or starting a Neighbourhood Watch program in your community is an ideal way to achieve this. Join the vibrant body of active volunteers in your local Neighbourhood Watch community.
Wallsend District Library
The award-winning Wallsend District Library is the newest of the Newcastle Region Library facilities, opening in 2006. It is a spacious library full of natural light and boasts living ficus trees in centre of an open plan setting. Wallsend District Library offers a wide range of resources and community facilities including study rooms, meeting rooms and an exhibition area. Situated across from a bustling shopping centre public transport is a convenient way to access this popular branch library.
P: 02 4985 6680
Our Wallsend centre provides a caring hub where a range of services are delivered, including access to low-cost nutritional food and chaplaincy services. Respecting the individuality of all, the centre is a safe and welcoming place where people living with disadvantage can address key issues including social and financial exclusion, mental health challenges, drug and alcohol dependence, and housing needs.
We are a group of men from the Wallsend area which is in the city of Newcastle in NSW Australia, who volunteer their time, skills and experience to support the local region.
Our main focus is community and charitable activities for the local region, but one of the driving concepts behind Men’s sheds is to alleviate isolation and provide men with opportunities for regular social contact, ensuring a more cohesive and inclusive society, we do this by discussing Men’s health issues and act to mentor and support men of all ages, and endeavor to teach each other new skills in the men’s shed.
Men’s Sheds are not just for men, they are for all people who want to help with activities and raising funds to help support local repairs both in our shed and in the community.
For more information phone 02 4965 6081
Lions believe in the power of ordinary Australians to create strong, caring and compassionate communities, by working together. Lions help those with a disability, back up our emergency services, and are 100% committed to solving community problems. There are Lions Clubs in 1400 towns and cities around Australia, that find creative and innovative ways to do something to help those most in need.
For further information contact 1800 655 201
The Rotary Club of Wallsend / Maryland
Meet and greet at Wallsend / Maryland Rotary meetings. The Rotary Club of Wallsend / Maryland are an active group of local business and community members from the Wallsend area. They meet on a Tuesday morning at the Lemon Grove Hotel start at 7.00-7.30am until 8.30am.
They hold Networking Events in partnership with the Wallsend Business Association as well as the Annual Wallsend Community and Business Awards.
Wallsend Heritage Group Incorporated
PATRONS: Mr. John Mills
Miss Sonia Hornery MLA
President K. Martin Ph: 49531331
Vice-President I. Sherman Ph: 49583739
Secretary Geoff Hassall Ph: 49559013
POSTAL Address: –
19 Yara Cr. Maryland
Treasurer M. Eastham Ph: 49489178
Assistant Treasurer John Mills Ph: 49523608
Meet Monthly on the Second Thursday at Wallsend Library. Volunteers are available at the Library – Thursdays.
This regional park near Minmi is only 3 minutes from the F3 and 14km west of the Newcastle CBD. It’s an ideal location to enjoy a picnic or barbecue in a bushland setting with large open spaces for the kids to enjoy.
A themed playground reflects the mining history of the Minmi area. Seating and shelters allow parents to watch the children playing, and an observation deck overlooks the large maze.
A number of easy-grade walking tracks provide pleasant strolls as they wind their way to historic Minmi Cemetery and Minmi Heritage Garden. Dogs are allowed on leash in this regional park
Wallsend Heritage Walks
Walk through historic Wallsend and enjoy highlights such as the Grapes Inn (c1869), the Railway Goods Shed (1877) and The Rotunda (1888) built by Robert Snowden and George Froome cast iron fluted columns.
The Historic Wallsend Town Centre Walk Brochure includes a map and information guide.