Sheds have traditionally been for older retired men looking for something to do after retirement though more younger men and women are getting involved as more people want to develop DIY skills, try their hands at something different or meet new people.
Inside the sheds you’ll find people working with wood, carpentry, carving, furniture repairs and anything else they might want to try their hand at, after all, the tools needed are right there, but you’ll also find art classes, singing groups, bicycle groups, bike and vehicle repairs and all sorts of other activities. Each shed is reflective of its members and its community. There really is something for everyone.
Whether you have existing skills or want to learn something new your local shed is a place you can go and expand your skills or learn a new one.
Men’s Sheds Directory Listings
Below is an A-Z list of all the Men’s Sheds in WA. This list is sorted alphabetically by suburb. Click on a letter to scroll to it’s listing location.
Men’s Sheds of WA operates on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. We recognise their continuing connection to land, sea, community and culture, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.