Adelaide community shed

See & Do

The City Shed will be a space for ALL to tinker, talk and take on a DIY project.

What are Community sheds?

Community sheds are non-profit local organisations that provide a space for craftwork and social interaction. The movement originated as Men’s Sheds in Australia, as a way to improve the health and wellbeing of older men but many now cater for women too, adopting the name ‘Community Sheds’.

Access to tools

With backyards getting smaller, the traditional shed is harder to come by. The Adelaide City Shed will be a place to share tools and get stuck into a DIY project – all while avoiding the costs and clean-up of doing it at home.

Great minds

The space will be a chance to share ideas and skills and to discuss your methods and pick up new techniques. It’s not about showing off, it’s about sharing your tips and getting ideas from others while you're working on a go-cart, a bird house or a deck.

Shoulder to shoulder

Meet some like-minded locals and chat about everything from metal work to heavy metal. The space offers an alternative to the pub or the football field as a place to meet up with mates and socialise.

Adelaide City Shed

The Adelaide City Shed will be located at Makerspace Adelaide, 100 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA 5000, and will be in operation on Mondays between 10am-4pm weekly from Monday 12 April 2021.

When will it happen?

Community Sheds are run as non-profit organisations, Adelaide City Shed is now incorporated as a not for profit community organisation, run by volunteers. To get involved or find out more information, please visit the Adelaide City Shed website or contact [email protected].