President – John Taylor - 0418 432 864 | Projects - Leighton Meredith - 0467 032 881

Pottsville and District Men’s Shed Inc.

Pottsville, NSW, Australia 





The Pottsville and District Men’s Shed is a member of the Australian Men’s Shed Association (AMSA). The intent of the Men’s Shed is to encourage the social and cultural well-being of men within the Pottsville locality in a similar capacity to other Men’s Sheds located in Murwillumbah, Tweed Heads and right across Australia, given the recognised demand for such a facility in the area.

Similar to other Men’s Shed facilities, the Pottsville Men’s Shed “will enhance the well-being, health and quality of life of men by providing a well equipped workshop and activities, projects and hobbies that they can work on for their own enjoyment or for the benefit of the community at large. Men will share skills and information to enhance adult learning opportunities and help combat isolation and depression.”

The shed is open on:

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to early afternoon.     ⚒🔧🗜  

Mondays from 1pm the Music Group  🎵🥁🎸🎹   get together, Contact Lyall Sutcliffe and Rod Stoker on : 0419 218 803 

Please Note : It is a Work Place Health & Safety requirement that all members and visitors wear closed shoes whilst anywhere on the premises.

The shed is situated on Black Rocks Sports Field,  Overall Drive, Pottsville. See here for a map.


 Read the  Latest Newsletter from the Shed.  Newsletter-Vol 1 No_26 Sep 2022 

On Thursday morning Councillors Rhiannon Brinsmead, Meredith Dennis, and James Owen visited the Shed. They were shown around the shed by our President John Taylor and were suitably impressed with the community projects that the shedders were working on. After the shed inspection John Taylor and David Ross informed the Councillors of the Shed’s plans for the much needed extension which is before the Council. 

The Mud Kitchen is being readied for the Mullumbimby Pre School who lost their existing kitchen in the recent floods. The shed also provided the Tumbulgum Pre School with a replacement Mud Kitchen.

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