Get Involved

The Housing Matters Action Group (HMAG) has 230 members with a core group of 30 active volunteers who really make things happen. Our membership is a mix of interested community members, representatives from relevant government and non-government organisations and interested people with expertise from across the housing system.

Volunteers are the driving force behind our Working Groups and Events. Their commitment and dedication speak to the care we have for each other as a community and our ability to make change when we work together.

We meet on the third Thursday of the month from 4.30-6.00 PM at St Margaret’s Anglican Church Hall, 100 Hyde St (corner of Oak St) Bellingen NSW 2454.

You are welcome to join us in making a difference. To get involved email 

What’s On

‘Meet the Candidates’
Online Forum 

‘Meet the Candidates’ forum was an opportunity for the community to hear from local candidates on  important housing issues in the lead up to the local government elections 0n 4 December 2021.
You can view a recording of the forum HERE.

Monthly meeting

Thursday 17 February
St Margaret’s Anglican Church Hall
100 Hyde St (corner of Oak St)
Bellingen NSW 2454

Housing Learning Circle

Stay tuned for the next Learning Circle with Dr Michael Darcy.

Join a Working Group

  • Housing Hub
  • Community Hosting
  • Community of Practice
  • Community Land Trust
  • Local Housing Fund

More info Current Projects or email

Monthly Meeting Dates

Meeting dates for 2022:

  • February 17  
  • March 17
  • April 21
  • May 19
  • June 16

Donate to support us

HMAG and the Housing Hub needs resources to thrive – we can not realise the potential we have entirely as a volunteer network. If you know of grant opportunities or local philanthropists who might be interested in helping support us, please get in touch.

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ABN: 849 860 347 54

Jagun yaam Gumbaynggirrgundi. We acknowledge the Gumbaynggirr people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work, and pay our respects to all Elders and First Peoples past, present and emerging.