NRW: Barkuma Neighbourhood Centre

The Barkuma Neighbourhood Centre is a not-for-profit community organisation, serving the community since 1994. Their services span across Newcastle, Port Stephens, Central Coast and Upper Hunter. Services are culturally appropriate, and support Elders and younger people within the Aboriginal community.
The Barkuma Neighbourhood Centre offers:
– Social Support: Social groups who meet for lunch & activities.
– Energy Accounts Payment Assistance (EAPA): A crisis scheme to provide assistance in paying home electricity and/or natural gas (energy) bills.
– Hunter Water Assistance Program: A scheme to assist customers concerned about paying their water bills at their current residence.
– Ability Links: a short-term system where people 9 – 64 years old are linked with support to boost self-confidence and become included within the wider-community.
– Charity Outlet: not-for-profit second-hand goods store at 148 Barton Street, Kurri Kurri 2327.
– The Lemon Turtle: stocking a wide range of contemporary bushtucker products; including jams, sauces, spices, sweets and much more!
Contact:
Charity Outlet and The Lemon Turtle
148 Barton St, Kurri Kurri 2327
02 4936 1867
Ability Links & Early Links
76 Lang St, Kurri Kurri 2327
02 4936 4999
Barkuma Neighbourhood Centre
76 Lang St, Kurri Kurri 2327
02 4937 1094
HOURS:
Monday – Thursday (9AM – 4:30PM)
Friday (9AM – 3PM)
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