Men’s and Community Sheds
The Tasmanian Men’s Shed Association and Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania are working together to support our members.
We have signed a Memorandum of Understanding which is available to view from the exectuive officer of each organisation.
We have also created an Information Sheet to help identifyissues that Houses and Sheds sometimes deal with, and that also provide guidance on the relationship between Sheds that are auspiced by Neighbourhood Houses, and the House committee and managers. Download the Information Sheet here.
Tasmanian Men’s Shed Association
For more information about Men’s Sheds in Tasmania and to find Sheds in other locations around the state, contact the Tasmanian Men’s Shed Association http://www.tasmanianmensshed.org.au/
GPO Box 344
Hobart TAS 7001
Project officer: Geoff Marsh
Phone: 0488 101 585
Association Secretary -Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Australian Men’s Shed Association
The Australian Men’s Shed Assocation has a number of resources available for existing sheds and to support the set up of new groups and sheds, including a resource manual to assist with setup and links to sheds around Australia. Visit the AMSA Website for more information.
Mensheds Australia Ltd
Mensheds Australia Ltd. is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting and resourcing men’s sheds across Australia.
Neighbourhood House Men’s and Community Sheds are located at:
- Bridgewater Community Centre (Pete’s Community Workshed)
- Clarendon Vale Neighbourhood Centre
- Gagebrook Community Centre (Pete’s Community Workshed)
- Geeveston Community Centre
- Risdon Vale Neighbourhood House
- West Moonah Community House Shed
- Fingal Valley Neighbourhood House (through St Mary’s Woodworkers Guild)
- George Town Neighbourhood House
- Northern Suburbs Commuinty Centre -Rocherlea Men’s Bizz shed
- St Helens Neighbourhood House
- Tresca Community Centre (Exeter)