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Wangaratta Peer Support Group. Please join us.

Join us at 'Where is My Coffee' cafe, and other locations, on the first Wednesday of the month.

Our Wangaratta Peer Support Group has a coffee and cake catch up, for people who are blind or have low vision, each month.

Come along to have a chat, meet new people and discuss how we want to support each other and the kinds of activities we'd like to do together…. while enjoying great coffee and delicious food at Where is My Coffee. Please join us.

*Please check below for event and location changes. Thank you.

When: First Wednesday of every month.
Time: 10.30am

2024 dates:
Wednesday 1st May. Join us for a fun general knowledge trivia session at 'Where is my coffee' cafe.
Wednesday 5th June
Wednesday 3rd July
Wednesday 7th August
Wednesday 4th September
Wednesday 2nd October
Wednesday 6th November
Wednesday 4th December

Where: Where is My Coffee (Cafe), 1/103 Murphy st Wangaratta.
Where is My Coffee is a social enterprise, serving up delicious coffee and life changing opportunities for people with disability.

RSVP is essential by the last Wednesday of the month to:
Contact Tegan by email or phone.  
0478 626 393

Please let us know your name, contact number, email address and if you will be bringing a support or have any support needs. 
If you can't make it to the catch ups and would like to be involved in the activities that get planned, please get in touch.


Getting to 'Where is my coffee' Cafe:

403 Bus from Wangaratta station Norton St departs 10:05 am
Travel 3 stops, 5 minutes, to Murphy st / Reid st stop. 
Get off the bus turn right head south east.
Continue along Reid st to Murphy st, round the corner and pass about 7 shops before arriving at the cafe. The cafe will be on your left. There are some stairs to go up to the entrance of the cafe. The cafe is at the site of the old post office. 

There is 1 hour parking along Murphy Street. 
You can try parking down one of the nearby side streets. There are a couple of disabled car parking spaces on the opposite side of the road on Murphy Street. There are also carparking areas at Aldi and Big W. 

A carparking map can be found here