Wandandian Community HANGI and Live Music Fundraiser

Hangi Flyer


Come Join us for a Community HANGI at the Wandandian Progress Hall on Saturday 3 June from 5.30pm.
We are raising funds to complete Stage 2 of the Wandean Road Pathway and we need your support!
A fun evening of music supplied by The V.I.C.E. Squad, Traditional Hangi Meat and Veg, plus homemade desserts (made by the local ladies), Lucky Door prize and other fun game activities throughout the evening. The raffle will be drawn at 7.00pm. BYO drinks and nibblies.

Tickets go on sale this week and are limited, so get in early – Adults $30 each or $55 for a couple, $15 for children aged 5-12. Children under 5 Free. Entry will by ticket only. There will be NO door sales
Overnight Campers welcome. Campsite Fee $10

Tickets available from Gilelen Rural Supplies on Wednesday’s and Sat mornings. For further information contact Co-ordinator Ross Earby.

Fundraising Raffle to support the completion of the Wandean Road Community Pathway

The Wandandian Progress Association Inc. is conducting a raffle with only 1,000 tickets being sold.
Funds raised will go towards completing Stage 2 of the Wandean Road Community Pathway.

1st Prize: Samsung 50″ Smart TV (value $1059)
2nd Prize: Webber Baby Q (BBQ value $350)
3rd Prize: Overnight Accommodation at Bewong River Retreat + Gift Voucher (value $270)
4th Prize: Travel Luggage set of 5 (value $150)

Raffle Draw: 3 June 2017 at 7pm during the Wandandian Hangi evening held in the Progress Hall.
Results will be published in Nowra News – Friday 9 June. Phone/text notice will be sent if not present at draw.
The raffle has been proudly supported by Nowra Businesses: Harvey Norman Electrical, Outdoors and Beyond,
and Bewong River Retreat – Bewong.

Tickets at $5 each are available from any of the Progress members or from Gilelen Rural Supplies from Wednesday 3 May 2017.

As well as supporting the cause by buying a raffle ticket, we hope you will also consider joining us at the Progress Hall for a traditional Hangi meal on
Saturday 3 June. Tickets for this event will be on sale from Wednesday 3 May and we suggest you book in early as seating is limited to 100.

All enquiries to: Ross Earby Co-ordinator.



Website revamp

Over the coming weeks we are revamping our website. We would like to include photos of Wandandian, Jerrawangla and Bewong in a slideshow on the website to promote our beautiful area. If you have suitable high resolution photos that you would allow us to use on the site free of copyright restrictions please send them (full size) to We will credit you on the site if you give us appropriate details.

Trash and Treasure sign

Saturday 27 August  2016
8am to 2pm

D2683 Princes Highway, Wandandian NSW 2540
(midway between Nowra & Milton)


  • Sell unwanted items, Craft, tools etc!
  • Car boot spaces – $20
  • Larger spaces (max 6 m x 6 m) – $25
  • Hire a table & space in the hall – $18
  • Stallholder set up: 6.45 am to 8.00 am
  • Don’t miss this opportunity!
  • Book your stall space ASAP!


  • Find yourself a bargain!
  • Gold coin entry (under 12s free)
  • Browse and buy at your leisure
  • Enjoy a cuppa & homemade treats
  • BBQ specials and a cold drink
  • Visiting buskers
  • Children’s playground
  • Areas to relax and meet friends


This event is hosted by the members of the Wandandian Progress Association who are raising funds to improve community facilities.

Giant Parramatta Grass
Information Session
Wandandian Progress Association Hall

Thursday July 7th
between 3:00 pm and 4:30 pm

Shoalhaven Landcare invites you to an information session on Giant Parramatta Grass (GPG)

At this session, you can learn about how giant Parramatta grass grows, how other landowners are tackling this weed, and what has been successful.

Landowners have found that GPG is a difficult grass to control.
Many landowners are unclear about how and when to control it and what is the correct strategy for their situation.

Amanda Britton Agronomist Local Land Services Berry Understanding the biology of GPG – how it grows; when are the important times for action and how this knowledge helps keep it in control
Max Boyd Farmer from Yatta Park at Conjola Max has worked to control GPG on his grazing property
Greg Thompson Brogers Creek Landcare Different strategies that Kangaroo Valley farmers are using for GPG control
John Kubale Bengalee Landcare Trialling the naturally occurring biological control Nigraspora

Several fact sheets and control manuals will be available at the information session. They are also available from Shoalhaven Council at Nowra or Local Land Services at Berry.

Please RSVP to Julia Banks, Shoalhaven Landcare Coordinator at Landcare logo

This project is supported through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program