Welcome To Wyoming Community Centre
Supporting the local community since 1992 and providing a full range of information and referral services, we are an independent Incorporated Associate, a registered Charity and hold a Deductible Gift Recipient Status. We can assist local groups in seeking opportunities for a diverse range of activities. Our Centre room is for hire on a casual or permanent basis and the Centre is available for private functions.
- Book Club: 3 Saturday 10.30am – 12pm.
- Anxiety Support Group: 3rd Saturday from 9am.
- Yoga Classes: Tuesdays at 9.30 am during school terms.
- Zumba Class: Tuesday evenings at 6pm.
- Wyoming and North Gosford Residents Associations: 1st Wednesday of each month.
- Wyoming Action Team
- Computer Class: Tuesdays at 1pm.
- Cooking Class: Tuesdays at 11am.
- Community Garden: volunteers welcome
- Wildlife ARc
- Wyoming Weight Loss Challenge: This weight loos program runs for 10 week blocks.
- As well as a range of on off activities and groups.
Our Community Centre objectives include:
Local IssuesAs a local community organisation we are proactive in assisting the local community to identify issues of local importance.
Local StrategiesWe are committed to developing and supporting strategies which respond to local issues.
Local InformationProviding community information, education and advocacy, community activities and a variety of other support services.
Local OpportunitiesProviding opportunities for the community to develop skills, build self esteem and interact with others.
We acknowledge the Darkingjung people as the traditional owners of the land on which we work.
Wyoming Community Centre
Why The Gecko?
We decided to choose the Gecko as our symbol both to reflect on the history of Wyoming and because their inquisitive nature reflects our goal to provide the best information for our community. this little lizard was a significant part of the logo at the old reptile park and can still be seen at Worrell Park Estate. The many geckos, lizards and water dragons who have made the creek at the rear of the Centre their home are often seen sunning themselves in our yard and occasionally take a stroll inside to see what’s happening!