Cessnock is a unique and diverse country town, we welcome you to discover its hidden charm. The Cessnock Chamber of Commerce is a point of access for all businesses, a source of information with a clear focus and direction committed to the growth of the business district overall and the surrounding Hunter area.Our area is growing at a rapid pace and boasts many small, medium and large businesses that gather once a month for networking and support in order to better their business and performance. We are proud of Cessnock and all it has to offer, we hope you will be to.
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The Kurri Kurri Murals are a project of Towns With Heart Inc, a small community group working in the area of Kurri Kurri and the surrounding villages of Abermain, Stanford Merthyr, Weston, Heddon Greta, Pelaw Main and Neath. The Mural program was initiated in an effort to address the local level of unemployment and to facilitate local business growth and development.
In 2003 the group decided to undertake a ‘Mural Project’ with the aim of getting more of the thousands of cars that pass through the town, to stop and see what Kurri Kurri has to offer.
The town now has over 50 murals showcasing the areas history, heritage and uniqueness. Visitors travel to Kurri Kurri on buses and in cars to see the magnificent murals and undertake a tour by one of our local guides.
NDIS Approved for the following
Daily Living 1. Assistance with Daily Life
Daily Living 2. Transport
Social & Community Participation 4. Assistance with Social & Community Participation
Choice & Control 7. Coordination of Supports
Home 8. Improved Living Arrangements : Short Term Accommodation
Social and Community Participation 9. Increased Social and Community
Choice and Control 14. Improved Life Choices
Daily Living 15. Improved Daily Living Skills
Approved by CRCC for Host Family Respite
Welcome to Cessnock City Council’s official Facebook page where you can stay up-to-date with what’s happening in our vibrant and beautiful valley. Information on meetings, members, departments, the environment, development and planning. Our after hours emergency phone number is 02 4940 7816.
The Mai-Wel Group creates and delivers vibrant, innovative services and successful businesses which provide opportunities for people with a disability to achieve their dreams and goals for life. The Mai-Wel Group began in 1960 when a group of families met and shared their vision of an education and opportunities for life for their children with a disability. Throughout the years the tireless efforts of community groups, families and individuals have seen these humble beginnings develop into the independent organisation that exists today.