The NDIS gives you more choice and control over the supports you receive. Contact us to learn how we can help you plan today for a brighter future.
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Supported Employment

Get to work at one of our social enterprises. Supported employment opportunities exist at our Tuggerah and Point Clare work sites.
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Community & Life Skills

We provide innovative support aimed at capacity building through a wide range of educational, recreational and leisure activities.
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Contemporary Living

We have been providing personalised living and residential support to people of the Central Coast community for over 30 years.
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Make a donation

Together, with your generous support, we can enrich the lives of people who need the most help.

Donate Via Credit Card

Select the DONATE button to make a secure online payment through the PayPal payment gateway. Amounts $2 and over are tax deductible.

Donate Via Direct Deposit

Westpac BSB: 032 546 Account No: 360522
Account Name: Fairhaven Services Ltd
Amounts over $2 are tax deductible
Transaction Detail: include your name when you make the payment so we can identify your donation.

Please email us your postal address, we’ll match it up with your payment details and then issue a receipt for your donation. Email to: accounts@fairhaven.org.au

Donate Via Cheque / Money order
Make payable to:  Fairhaven Services Ltd   Post to: PO Box 6176, West Gosford NSW 2250 Amounts over $2 are tax deductible

Get involved with one of our events:

Cash Housie
ETTALONG BOWLING CLUB All proceeds to Fairhaven 103 Springwood Ave, Ettalong MONDAYS 7:30PM
Club Bingo Sessions
All proceeds of equipment sales & most raffles to Fairhaven Ettalong Bowling Club: Mondays 11am & Thursdays 7.30pm Erina Leagues Club: Tuesdays 10.30am & Wednesdays 7.30pm Everglades Country Club: Wednesdays 7.30pm & Fridays 10.30am
Point Clare Markets

Point Clare Car Boot Market: Charity car boot sale 2nd Saturday of each month, March-November. 9am-2pm.
Located at 209 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare
2018 Dates: March 10, April 14, May 12, June 9, July 14, August 11, September 8, October 13, November 10.
To sell your wares at the Car Boot Market, call 4349 5500.

Op Shop and Upcycling

Vintage Fair Shopping Village
209 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare
Trading Hours: Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm, Saturdays 9am – 2pm

Vintage Fair Shopping Village is home to is one of the best value op shop precinct’s on the Central Coast. Discover a huge and ever changing range of fashion, antiques, bric a brac, toys, books, cds, dvds, linen, craft destash, homewares, collectibles, furniture, electrical, art & more.
Also visit the Re-Create space where preloved stuff has been lovingly restored as unique, one-off hand crafted and heart felt items – all made by Fairhaven staff, volunteers and supported employees. Includes upcycled craft, fashion, giftware, homeware, furniture, all made from repurposed material include repurposed timber and textile. Pop in and have a browse. Parking is right at the door.

Vintage Fair, Erina Fair
Erina Fair Shopping Centre, opposite Myer and Strandbags
Trading Hours: Monday to Sunday, as per Erina Fair centre hours

Our pop up shop at Erina Fair features a selection of preloved items including antiques, books, furniture, giftware, homeware and unique pieces from Fairhaven’s hand crafted Re-Create upcycle range.

For more info please phone 4349 5500


We have a range of volunteer positions that suit many skills and interests. Opportunities include: helping at events and markets, working in our op shop or upcycle space, general maintenance activities like handy man help or gardening, office assistance, hand crafts. Contribute one shift a week or fortnight, we are grateful for any assistance, from people of all ages. We have over 50 volunteers at Fairhaven and are always keen to meet more!

Drop in or call on 4323 3566 to enquire about becoming a volunteer with Fairhaven. We’d love to hear from you.

Our Purpose

Fairhaven Services exists so that people can experience the joy of discovery, belonging and celebration.

We achieve this by providing opportunity, advocacy and independence for people living and working with a disability.

Our Commitments

For most, work is not a privilege. There are situations however, where  being able to meaningfully contribute can enable a person to shine, to become themselves and to grow with those around them. We will be providers of opportunity and choice through flexible work and career initiatives. We will be advocates for education, workplace training, recreational, social and community inclusion. We will foster contemporary living and residential accommodation options centred around the independence of individuals, their carers and families.