Office services and more

We offer computer and office facilities at Dunalley and Tasman, assist with No-interest Loans (NILS), hire out rooms for events and courses, publish a weekly E-News update and run Facebook pages for the House as well as the Garden and Food Co-op.

See here for details or contact the Dunalley House.



Lots of Art, Craft, Plants, local produce and Bric-a-brac, plus tea and coffee for sale. Contact Marilyn Wilson 0400 335 349 for stall bookings. NO DOGS ALLOWED
>> Tasman House 3rd Saturday every month 9 – 1 Main Rd Nubeena

Come along to our next luncheon, join in the fun, meet up with old and new friends. Prepare and enjoy a meal together. $5 per person or bring a plate to share.
>> Contact 6253 5579 for updated information

Come along for some fun and friendly exercise – new and experienced players of all ages are welcome!
>> Mondays 10am-1pm at Tasman Civic Centre ($4 a session and please bring a plate to share)

Dunalley Op-Shop

We are currently working on updating our Op Shop, hoping to have it operating by the end of May so “Watch this Space” We are also looking for volunteers, if you would like to join our wonderful team contact us 6253 5579

>> Opening days & times will be advertised when it is reopened

Proceeds go back into the Dunalley Tasman Neighbourhood House to fund programs and activities.

Please note we cannot accept electrical items.

Food Co-op

We stock a range of dried produce such as rice, flour, grains, pulses as well as spices, salts, syrups and much, much more! We order in bulk and pass on the savings to our members.

You need to be a member to shop at the Food Co-op. To become a member only costs a one off fee of $20, which gives you life membership to the Neighbourhood House and Food Coop.

For our Co-operative to thrive we rely on the ongoing support of our members. We aim to be plastic bag free and encourage you to bring your own containers and jars.

In the garden

>> Tuesdays 10am – 1pm (weather dependent)
If you would like to get involved come along. Produce is often sold in the Op-Shop and proceeds go back into our garden program.

The Garden Club meets seasonally and also organises excursions and activities. All gardeners from experienced to just starting out are welcome!

The Grade 2 children from Dunalley Primary School regularly work in the garden. They use the raised beds to plant, care for and harvest vegetables and herbs.

We have a collection of gardening and landscaping books you can borrow or browse, and tools that can be borrowed for the short term.

To borrow resources, volunteer or if you have andy garden questions then talk to our Community Garden Project Officer.

If you would like to volunteer in our garden please talk to one of our regular staff or volunteers.

Gardening, weaving, togetherness, Community. Everyone welcome!
>> Every second Friday, 10.30am at Tasman House, Nubeena.

Students from the Tasman District School add a very practical component to their studies. with the help of our garden tutor they grow their own produce from seed to eat or take home.

During our Play, Discover and Laugh sessions parents and children are encouraged and supported to garden together. Join us for a morning full of laughter and joy!

Arts, Library, choir

>> Monday 10-11am at Dunalley House

CROCHET (free)
Come along and have a chat over your latest project. Please bring your own crochet hooks, yarn, darning needle and scissors.
>> Thursdays 9.30am to 12noon at Tasman House, Nubeena

Lots of well known authors: Stephen King, Patricia Cornwell & Ian Rankin etc. are available at our Borrow & Swap library why not enjoy a relaxing day reading a great book and a cup of your favorite.
>> Dunalley House

Whether you use watercolour, pastels, acrylic, oils, pencils, pens or ink (or something entirely new) then this is the group for you! Get inspired and come along!
>> 4th Wednesdays 10am at Eaglehawk Neck Hall

Families and Youth

TASMAN PLAYGROUP ($1 per child)
Catering for expectant mums and dasds, parents, carers and their preschool-aged children. Come along, have a cuppa and a chat and meet some other families.
>> Tuesdays’ during school terms, 9.30am-11.30am at Tasman House

For parents and carer living with or caring for children with autism spectrum disorder or additional needs. Providing information, education and a chance to ask questions in a warm and friendly environment.
>> 1st Tuesday of the month 10am-1pm at Dunalley House

GAME CHANGERS (free, snack provided)
Board games, card games and outdoor games! Children under 8 years need to be with a supervising adult.
>>Fortnightly Thursday during school terms, 3pm-5.30pm at Tasman House

Catering for expectant mums and dads, parents, carers and their preschool-aged children. Come along, have a cuppa and a chat and meet some other families.
>> Wednesdays during school terms, 9am-12pm at Dunalley House

Volunteers wanted

Many of our programs wouldn’t be possible without volunteers. We have lots of options for volunteers of all abilities and interests.

Volunteers are wanted for the Dunalley garden, Op-Shop and Food Co-op.

If you are thinking about volunteering please drop into the Dunalley House and register or speak to a staff member.