About Warradale Men’s Shed

Officially opened on 30th March 2012

Warradale Men’s Shed provides a place for men – including those that have retired from the workforce, men who are no longer able to work due to health or disability reasons, men that have shift rosters that allow attendance at the shed on their time off – to gather together and have a chat, share skills, swap ideas and solve problems, and make or repair things.

The Men’s Shed movement has become one of the most powerful tools in addressing health and well-being, helping men to once again become valued & productive members of our community.


The objectives of Warradale Men’s Shed is to advance the health and well-being of our members by providing a safe and happy environment for skilled and unskilled men along similar parameters to other Groups associated with the Australian Men’s Shed Association (AMSA). To achieve this Warradale Men’s Shed will provide facilities to allow men to:

  • pursue hobbies, pastimes and interests;
  • learn new skills, practice and pass on old skills;
  • learn about their own health and well-being;
  • receive information, education and training on health and well-being issues such as first aid training, men’s health checks, seminars and guest speakers;
  • improve the health and well-being of members and reduce the number of men who are at risk from preventable health issues that may emanate from isolation;
  • by their efforts, contribute to their families, their friends, the Men’s Shed and their Community;
  • work with groups of a similar nature and exchange information, advice and knowledge with them, including cooperation with other voluntary bodies, charities, statutory and non-statutory organisations;

Opening Times

Warradale Men’s Shed can be found at 10 Eighteenth Street, Warragamba, NSW, and we’re open on:

  • Mondays from 09:00 to 14:00
  • Wednesdays from 09:00 to 14:00
  • Fridays from 09:00 to 14:00


Warradale Men’s Shed is proud to be a member of WOLCOMS – Wollondilly Community Men’s Sheds. Wollondilly currently has six Men’s Sheds operating throughout our local Towns & Villages.

In 2022 a short film was produced which showcases the diversity and inclusion of the local Men’s Sheds of Wollondilly. Watch the short film Blokes. Sheds. Mateship. here.