PEG is based at the Woy Woy Environment Centre, old St Luke’s Church, 267 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy; cnr Billabong St. The hall is the oldest building on the Peninsula, although it was moved from its original location in Orange Grove and reassembled at this site in 1988.
The hall is available to hire by other local environment and community groups through Central Coast Council (not PEG). It holds about 30-40 people and is suitable for talks, workshops and small events.
To book the hall: contact Lisa Boric or Kelly Barnes, Central Coast Council, Community Bookings, on 02-4350 5456 or Community Bookings at Central Coast Council.
PEG created a native garden around the hall, containing local native plants for gardens in the Woy Woy area. The project was funded by a grant from Gosford Council, managed by local environmental consultants Equilibrium, with work by volunteers from the Peninsula Environment Group. The new garden was opened by Gosford councillor Peter Freewater on 6 June 2010.
Many of the plants in the garden belong to the endangered Umina Coastal Sandplain Woodland.