Wellbeing Champions

Meet our 2023 Wellbeing Champions. Just some of the people, services, businesses and community groups ready to meet you at the Festival and who do their best to help you get the best out of your life in Break O'Day.

Flow Yoga and Movement

Wondering Art

St Helens Hospital Auxiliary & Tip Shop

Royal Flying Doctor Service

Boomerang Bags

Fridays 2-4pm St Helens Neighbourhood House 6376 1134

Work Safe

Tasmanian Lymphoedema and Laser Therapy Centre

Laurel House

(1800 697 877) 


Break O'Day Employment Connect

East Coast Salvos Tasmania

Child and Family Learning Centre


6376 7172

Georges Bay Dragon Boat Club

Standby Support

1300 727 247    Facebook 


STEM for Girls


Finalist in 2023 Community Achievement Awards! Vote for 2023 People's Choice Award here by 9 October.

Christie Lange

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Discover your Family History

St Helens Croquet Club

For more information
Margaret Williams or Bruce Knight
0407 492 765

St Helens Netball Assoc.

Alcohol and Drug Foundation


1300 85 85 84  Facebook

Thrive Community Garden

Anglicare Tasmania

Arthritis & Osteoporosis Tasmania

East Coast Veterans

 35a Quail Street St Helens

6376 2324

Reconciliation Tasmania


Reconciliation Tasmania acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders past and present. 

Lighthouse - Well of Hope

The Anglican Parish of Break O'Day

Mental Health Council of Tasmania

Running on Empty

Break O'Day Council

RAW Tasmania

Tidal Massage

Embodied Living

Find out more about community actions designed and delivered by local people supported through the Wellbeing Project.

Two breaths and a smile