Elderslee@Tuggerah and Red Tree Theatre

In 2018, Elderslee Foundation purchased a 1,000 square metres warehouse on Tuggerah Straight, changing its focus to a different pathway, one in which the dream of establishing a well-being centre is being realised.  In early 2020, Elderslee had hoped to open the doors of its new centre, Elderslee@Tuggerah and Red Tree Theatre.  The centre provides office and meeting space, training and activity rooms, exhibition space and a one hundred and fifty seat theatre that is suitable for seminars, presentations, conferences and performances. The foyer/ entrance area can host art exhibitions and The Monkey Bar allows for celebrating openings, award giving and intervals during performances.  We are looking forward to sharing this space and working in partnership with others on the coast to establish a centre which will become a catalyst for creativity and new ways of thinking and doing.

The Foundation hopes that Elderslee@Tuggerah and Red Tree Theatre will become lively, relaxed and enjoyable spaces in which people can come together around shared interests and passions, a place in which issues of community concern can be acted upon without fear or favour, and in which creativity will thrive.

Whilst COVID 19 has impacted on our ability to offer full access,  we are able to offer access to these facilities within a COVID safe context, so do contact us if you are interested.

The Elderslee Foundation acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live, the Darkinjung people. We pay our respects to the Elders -past and present and recognise the continuing connection and contribution to this land. 


Elderslee@Tuggerah offers the community a range of facilities, resources and support.

Elderslee@Tuggerah offers a variety of spaces including conference and training rooms, hot desks for short- or long-term use, office facilities, gallery space and a commercial kitchen. This is an accessible facility available to the community. See Elderslee@Tuggerah for further information.

The Elderslee Foundation has a small board of directors who are very active in the management and operation of the foundation, supported by a small number of  consultants.

Further information here.

The Red Tree Theatre offers the Central Coast community a creative, flexible space to present performances, speakers and ideas. With retractable seating for up to 150, and various potential layouts, including table seating, this addition to the coast’s venues will be perfect for plays, comedy, music, workshops, forums and discussions. You are welcome to use this theatre for your organisation’s activities.

See here for further information




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