We thank the following organisations that make our market possible:

Valla Beach Community Assn. Nambucca Shire CouncilValla Real Estate Bananacoast Commmunity Credit Union Coffs Coast Isuzu Ute Masterhire Lions Club of Valla         Lions Club of Valla Inc.

Credits

Thanks to the Valla Beach Community Association and Markets team for providing photos and maintaining this website.

Community Calendar

Date and Time Event Location
Saturday September 25 from 7:00pm Bush Dance Valla Public Hall
Saturday December 4 from 8:00am to 1:00pm Valla Beach Community Market Valla Reserve

Get Involved!

There have been some tremendous achievements in Valla Beach over the past few years. Consider the following: Anderson Park toilets, playground, exercise equipment, cricket practice nets, beach access improvements to name but a few. This is all happening because the community is requesting it.

The Valla Beach Community Association (VBCA) is the conduit that represents the local community and works with Nambucca Valley Council to set the right priorities. Some projects are part-funded by the VBCA using funds raised at our regular Valla Beach Markets. There are more projects on the drawing board but the VBCA can't do all of the legwork.

The VBCA committee and markets subcommittee are all unpaid volunteers and we really do need some new faces. Please give some consideration to helping us help you. Consider offering your service to take the weight of a dedicated but overstretched committee. It is not an onerous task - contact us and discuss it with us.

Valla Beach Entrance Gardens - Keep it Beautiful!

The garden on the southern side of Valla Beach Road, at the intersection with Giinagay Way, looks as good as it is due entirely to volunteers. Many thanks must go to the great team led by Andrew Bagust and Carole Andersen and other volunteers. Many thanks must also go to Nambucca Valley Council for their assistance in the removal of clippings and branches.

The garden on the northern side is also maintained by volunteers, Allen and Leonie Hamilton.

Many thanks to all the volunteers who look after these two great assets to our community. The gardens do not look after themselves and we need more people to give the occasional hour to keep them free of weeds; many hands make light work. If you would like to assist with a few hours a month please contact us.