Networks & Volunteering
Connect with your community
Meander Valley has a large network of organisations, community and special interest groups. There are also a range of resources available to assist with community initiatives and not-for-profit ventures.
This central meeting place for the community hosts a range of programs, activities and information sessions all year round. Youth groups, a community garden, creative workshops, cooking and language classes are just a few of the activities on offer. For more information, phone 6362 2678 or visit Deloraine House
Meander Valley University of the Third Age (U3A)
U3A is a world-wide organisation facilitating the sharing of learning among people over the age of 50. Programs are free for members and include a range of activities. For more information visit Meander Valley U3A
The Great Western Tiers Visitor Centre and the Deloraine and Districts Folk Museum
We are always on the lookout for willing volunteers to fill a range of vital roles at both these iconic attractions. Phone 6362 5280 or call in to the centre at 98-100 Emu Bay Road, Deloraine and collect a Volunteer Introduction Pack.
The Deloraine and Westbury community cars provide a vital service, transporting over 1200 passengers each year. Without this service, many people would find it difficult to make it to their medical appointments. For more information about becoming a volunteer driver or to help with coordination, phone 0427 504 546 (Deloraine) or 6393 2717 (Westbury)
There are also a number of sporting clubs, show societies and not-for-profit organisations that make valuable contributions to the Meander Valley Community. These are great opportunities to share and gain new skills whilst lending a hand. Visit www.volunteeringtas.org.au to find a role that suits you.