Contact Us

 

Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

62 White Cross Road

Winmalee

Phone: 02 4754 4050

Fax: 02 4754 4607

Email: wincntre@tpg.com.au

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday

8:30am – 4:00pm

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Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre is on Aboriginal land and acknowledges the Traditional Owners of that land, the Darug and Gundungurra peoples.

About us

Funding and Partnerships

NSW Department of Communities & Justice, funds the Centre for all our general operations, and services.  Fair Trading NSW provides funding for our No Interest Loans program Loans Officer & 1800 NILS NSW Referral Line.

The Centre works in partnership with Blue Mountains City Council and other partners who provide assistance to enhance our services. These include:

  • THRIVE Family Service
  • Fusion
  • Mt Riverview City Church
  • Springwood Baptist Church
  • Springwood Uniting Church
  • Warrimoo Seventh Day Adventist Church
  • Strong Nation Church
  • Rotary Club Springwood
  • Bligh Park Community Service
  • Gateway Family Service
  • Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre
  • Lithgow Information Neighbourhood Centre
  • Oberon Christian Life Centre
  • Women's Cottage-Richmond
  • We are also grateful to our commercial donors and supporters who provide resources to assist the well-being of those who attend the Community/Homeless lunches.

 

Volunteering

Have you every thought about being a volunteer committee member, assisting with programs or the day to day activities at Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre?

Drop in and meet our friendly staff.

Be involved! Make a difference. You will fit right in.

For more information contact: The Manager on 4754 4050

Return & Earn-container deposit scheme

The centre now takes bottles and cans through the Return & Earn Scheme. People who take their bottles or cans to the centre get 10cents on each eligible container and the centre earns 3cents, which may not seem a lot but every small amount adds up.

These containers are most commonly found as litter in NSW. They’re often consumed ‘on the go.’

  • Cans (e.g. soft drinks)
  • Bottles ( e.g. beer bottles)
  • Cartons (e.g. flavoured milk cartons)
  • Juice boxes or poppers

Most containers between 150ml - 1litre (soft drinks up to 3 litres) are accepted and can get you a refund. However, they must…

  • Be in good condition (not be crushed or broken)
  • Be empty-Have the label attached
  • These items aren’t accepted, but can still go into household recycling. They’re often used at home.

  • Glass wine - spirit bottles - Juice bottles over 1 litre - cordial bottles - casks
  • Check with staff to see if your containers are eligible