Woodstock has many organisations that look after the village and welcome new members.
Advocacy and representation of the Woodstock and district community in relation to significant planning, development, heritage and environmental issues and the provision of government services.
Woodstock Country Women's Association is a small but active group of ladies who work very hard on behalf of the Woodstock community. Their major focus is to keep our rooms functioning specifically for the use of the Community Nurse, who visits our village weekly.
An organisation formed in 1946 to assist with the maintenance of the Woodstock War Memorial Hall. In addition to promoting the pastoral, agricultural, horticultural, viticulture and industrial interests of Woodstock and surrounding district.
The Common is an area of Crown land set aside to benefit the local community. Most commons were established in the late 1800s for town residents and small-scale local farmers to use as a common area for grazing, watering of stock and collection of firewood.
Established in 1997, the club specialises dirt track and long track racing for both junior and senior riders, usually on the last Sunday of the month. The Woodstock Park Speedway, the club’s home circuit is regarded as one of the safest in the country, with large run off areas.
The Woodstock Soliders Memorial Park is now owned by Cowra Aboriginal Lands Council. It's key values include recreational value as an area of open space, cultural heritage and conservation.
A memorial park established at Woodstock in honour of the late Sister Jenny Kerr who was killed by the Japanese during the last war.
A shaded park with play equipment for children of all ages!
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