The Berry Men’s Shed is located at 146 North Street,
the new building adjoining the church hall.
Opening Times are on Tuesday and Thursday from 9.00am to 4.30
Reasons Men's Shed exists are to:
There are currently about 60 members of the Shed, and each week
they work on one or more of the following activities:
- member’s personal projects;
- repairing large or small items for community
members and organisations;
- designing and making individual small commissions
for community members;
- making items for sale to raise funds for the
- educational programs and activities for children
and senior students and;
- “Home Help for Seniors” –
a program of home repairs and support for older members of the
The Men's Shed Story
The shed holds an important place in the Australian culture.
It can be a reservoir of memories, experiences, a space to
share skills and to socialize.
We've all read reports which tell us that good health is based
on many factors, including self esteem, feeling productive
and valuable to society, having social relationships and being
Many retired people downsize their living arrangements, often
resulting in the man's personal space, his garden shed or
workshop being lost.
A Men's Shed is a workshop space where men can come together
to share tools and machinery, spend time with others with
similar interests and learn new skills, while contributing
to their community.
The Berry Men's Shed
Our Shed has been set up to meet the above needs and to provide
a substitute space for the 'shed-less' men & women of
The Berry Men's Shed is special in that it teaches skills
to it's members for the benefit of the community as well as
the individual. Members gain a sense of identity and self
Everyone is welcome. There is no membership fee. A gold coin
donation for each day you attend is all that is asked.