A Community Creative Space in Cessnock
A place to learn and meet like minded people
and boost the health and happiness of individuals, groups and the community through creativity, movement and wellness
a learning place for adults, young people and children.
At Wild Learning you can find classes, workshops & events in:
CREATIVITY: Art, craft, design and sewing
MUSIC: private lessons and our community choir
MOVEMENT: Yoga, Zumba, gentle fitness
WELLNESS: meditation, self care, support & networking
Where is the Wild Learning Space?
111 Wollombi Rd Cessnock
Entry on the Campbell st side of the building, look for the butterfly wings painted on the wall next to our door
How do I enrol in a class, group or event?
CLICK HERE to view our enrollment page
What is on every week @ Wild Learning:
The Wild Learning creative space @
111 Wollombi Rd Cessnock
There are parking spaces behind the building, access via Campbell street and plenty of street parking near by.
Please be aware that as we are next to a school, you will need to allow extra time to find a parking spot if you arrive during school drop off or pick up times.
When you arrive:
Please enter via the door on the Campbell st side of the hall, near the butterfly wall painting. There are two steps to get into the building.
Please sign the book on the welcome desk every time you enter the building - and then see your teaching artist or event host to fix up any payment and get settled in for your class!
Inside the space:
The hall is arranged with tables and chairs at one end (called the learning tables) and is unfurnished at the other end (called the open space) for yoga, choir and activities that involve movement.
We have a small kitchenette for refreshments and access to toilet facilities.
Soon we will have a little student gallery set up in the front foyer and windows.
Accessibility & inclusion:
We welcome all people to participate in Wild Learning activities.
We are working towards making the space more accessible. We currently have stairless entry to the building via the roller door which can be opened when ever you require access - it's not a beautiful entry, we are aware of this and are looking at options to improve.
Inside the building there are no stairs.
Our bathroom is a work in progress, it is open for use and suitable for people who are ambulant. We are looking at how to make it a fully accessible bathroom in the future.
We warmly welcome people with different learning abilities and support needs and encourage you to talk to use when you enroll about how we can make your time at Wild Learning positive and enjoyable.