Visit Wollombi, Gateway to NSW Hunter Valley Wine Country
The Garden Group, which meets once a month, has no rules, no committee, no fees. It is an association of like minded people who enjoy and visit gardens.
From which ever direction you approach Wollombi, you are travelling along parts of the Convict Trail. Explore the Great North Road.
Hunter Mobile Preschool is a mobile preschool service, established to accommodate the needs of young children in rural areas around the Lower Hunter.
Laguna Public School is situated in the beautiful Wollombi Valley, 7kms south of Wollombi. We are committed to helping students from K-6 grow.
This is a community based emergency service staffed by local residents. Volunteers are welcome in all capacities from firefighters to support crew.
The OON is a Wollombi Valley Progress Association (WVPA) initiative. They produce a monthly local newsletter.
Welcoming all denominations and civil ceremonies while still remaining a Catholic place of worship, this historic sandstone was built in 1840.
St John’s offers couples the opportunity to have their complete wedding ceremony conducted by an Anglican minister in the historic church.
Tidy Valleys, a voluntary community group, initiates and fundraises scenic, environmental and historic projects to enhance the valley.
Valley Artists have regular productions in the Laguna Hall, which are highly regarded.
Wollombi’s local museum contains an interesting collection from the rich colonial past of the Cessnock and Wollombi districts.
WSCET - Wollombi School Community Education Trust is a not-for-profit organisation formed after the closure of Wollombi Public School.
Keys and payment are through the Wollombi General Store in the Main Street. Racquets and balls may be hired.
The Wollombi Valley Arts Council was formed in 1998 by a group of creative locals to help foster and encourage all kinds of artistic expression.
Wollombi Valley Landcare Group is an association of local landholders who share information and work together.
The main objective of the WVPC is to encourage young people to ride, to provide instruction in riding, and to teach members the proper care of their horses.
The Wollombi Valley Progress Association is an association incorporated under the NSW Associations Incorporation Act. It has adopted the model rules as they existed under the Associations Incorporation Act, 1984.
This is a community based emergency service staffed by local residents. The brigade is trained to respond to fires and motor vehicle accidents.