The Village is a community based organisation under the auspices of the East Coast Regional Development Organisation Inc (ERDO), established to develop a range of enterprise, educational, arts and environmental projects that will lead to a self sustaining model, connecting young people to the broader community and impacting on many areas of community life. It is fully run by a group of dedicated volunteers.

This site contains information about The Village & ERDO, what we do, Village Events for your participation including all our regular activities and interest groups, information on what is happening in our wider Glamorgan Spring Bay community, how you can become a member of ERDO and links to like minded organisations.

The Triabunna Village – Latest News:

  • Market Day: Our next Market Day is Sunday 21st July 2024. Come and sell from your Car Boot or Trailor, only $5.00.
  • Our current Exhibition is John Ingleton’s “Tracing a Path”. Will go through end of August.

(Best to check with the coordinators over the Christmas/New Year period)

  • The Spring Bay Community Boatshed meets on Mondays 10.00 to 1.00, including a lunch.
  • The Community Woodworking Workshop @ The Village on Wednesdays, 10.00 to 1.00;
  • Pottery Group normally meets on Wednesdays & Fridays 10.00 to 1.00, cost $12.00 per day, but will be taking a break during winter. Contact Dorothy if interested 0428267195 or email:;
  • and the Garden Group with Shirley on a regular basis.
  • The Barn & L-shaped Shed Art Spaces are open to view and purchase Art & Craft. We try to open, usually daily from 11.00am, but please as it depends on availability of our volunteers, look to see if flags are out.

For more details see our Calendars:

All activities at The Village are in compliance with latest Tasmanian Government’s COVID-19 requirements.

See About The Village here.

If you would like to join as a member or become a volunteer at the Village see here.

Or just download a Membership Form for 2023/2024 here.

If you would like to subscribe to our Newsletter please click this Sign Up Form

We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live, the paredarerme people. We pay respect to the Tasmanian Aboriginal community and their elders past and present as the traditional and original owners and continuing custodians of this land.

Website © Eastcoast Regional Development Org Inc 2024.