Welcome to Toukley Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

The Board of Management, Staff and volunteers would like to warmly welcome you to our web-site. Within the pages of this site you will find information about the many programs we facilitate in the community of Toukley and the surrounding local areas.


Orange Sky Laundry

The team of volunteers from Orange Sky visit Toukley Neighbourhood Centre every Friday morning with "Tumbles" the Central Coast Laundry van from 9.30 am-12.30 pm.

Together for Toukley

Several Toukley-based organisations meet monthly during the year to discuss issues relevant to Toukley and its residents. T4T, as it is known, plan one major event each year. This event is focused on youth and is planned in line with National Youth Week. Wet, Wild & Rhythm offers a range of fun, physically active and creative activities for kids and is usually held on a weekend day during Youth Week in April each year. Some of the partners involved with T4T are Toukley Public School, St Mary's School, Toukley 50+ Leisure and Learning Centre, Police, Greater Toukley Vision, Toukley Preschool, Little Coast Kids Toukley, Central Coast Council and TNC.

Connect NOW

Connect North of Wyong Interagency is for organisations working with communities north of Wyong to meet and network every school term. This meeting is convened by the Benevolent Society Kanwal Hub and supported by Toukley Neighbourhood Centre. A sub committee plans and delivers the annual community event "Who's In Your Neighbourhood?" every October during Mental Health Month at Lake Haven Recreation Centre and Gravity Youth space.

NSW HEALTH - Central Coast Local Area District. 

Alongside Central Coast Local Area District, TNC facilitates a Better Health Self-Management program for community members who have a Chronic Health Condition or a Carer of someone with a Chronic Health Condition.  The program is a one day a week for 2.5 hours over a 6 week period and discuss Sleep, understanding difficult emotions, nutrition, action plans etc.

Central Coast Community Legal Centre

This northern outreach clinic has been operating fortnightly on Fridays since 2013 and provides free legal advice appointments for clients on both civil and family law matters.

Central Coast Community Women's Health Centre

This partnership provides much needed parenting courses like Bringing Up Great Kids with a trained counsellor and childcare places available for families to attend, made possible by Communities for Children funding.

Central Coast Neighbourhood Centre Alliance

There are 11 Neighbourhood Centres and Community Centres on the Central Coast. These centres have formed a group that meets regularly to collaborate and plan for collective impact.

Surfside Church

TNC is very grateful to Surfside for their generous donations towards our material assistance programs. They've made regular cash donations as well as a large donation in 2017 at Christmas to help provide Christmas Voucher Packs to disadvantaged families.

Food Care Vouchers for St Vincent De Paul

Since 2012 the St Vincent de Paul Society purchased vouchers for their clients to spend at Lakes Food Care. Vouchers spent in our charity food store represent better value for money than vouchers spent in the major food chains and therefore are a lot more meaningful to the client. Our partnership with the St Vincent de Paul Society is on-going and mutually beneficial. TNC wish to thank the St Vincent de Paul Society for their continuing support of our ground-breaking social enterprise.

Central Coast Connect Day

Held annually, Connect Day offers homeless and disadvantaged individuals the opportunity to access services in one common place on a single day. Organisations and services from the Central Coast and nationally, come together to provide information, free services and give-aways. Free meals and sample bags are distributed and Government Departments such as Births, Deaths and Marriages offer free services like FREE Birth Certificate Applications.

Central Coast Interagency

TNC is part of the Central Coast Interagency which meets bi-monthly throughout the year at Watanobbi and Kariong to discuss the various projects and programs offered by agencies working within the Central Coast Area. Guest speakers are invited from organisations around the shire to present their programs/projects to the group. There are around 20 partner organisations represented at each meeting, the partners are asked to give a two-minute update of their service.