Avenue participant laughing next to her support worker in the Order Fulfilment team

Avenue Newcastle – disability day program

Avenue Newcastle is different to your traditional day programs. We empower people with disability to complete meaningful work tasks, socialise and develop individual skills, regardless of their support needs.

Discover more about us at our upcoming Post-School Information Session! If you or someone you know is leaving school in 2023, and looking for a meaningful and purpose-driven day program, then join us on Monday 20 March from 4.30pm.

When you join Avenue, you will have the option to join Avenue Work, Avenue Social or both!

Avenue Work

At the heart of Avenue are work teams where participants engage in meaningful and supported work tasks through microbusinesses. Any revenue generated from these teams, are recognised and shared equally amongst all participants. Learn more about our microbusinesses by clicking on the teams below!


Order Fulfilment


Hub Management







Avenue Social – a diverse and exciting range of social events and experiences

Through Avenue Social, participants can access events and activities they choose, build important skills and make friends for life! Participants leave feeling more skilled, more equipped, and more empowered than before. 

  • Ever changing
    The Avenue Social calendar is put together with the help of participants. Our support workers get to know them and understand their likes, dislikes and needs to make sure they have a great day.
  • Community-based
    Participants will be out and about in the community enjoying all that it has to offer, regardless of their support needs. Each activity is facilitated by our team of  passionate support workers.
  • Skill development
    Everyone at Avenue has an individual skill development plan. Our support workers are specially trained to spot opportunities to develop participant skills and integrate learning into the day.

Avenue Newcastle is all about offering participants:

Individual support

Tailored support that accommodates the individual.

Purpose-built environment

A purpose-built environment  to meet the needs of all, with chill out/sensory rooms, team working room and open work areas.

Highly trained staff

A team of committed staff who are all about making a difference.


My name is Ben and I am 20 years old. I come to Avenue twice per week. I like to work in the gigs and flyers room making WAW hand planes. I really like numbers and letters



My name is Joel and I am 18 years old. I attend Avenue 3 days per week. My favourite hobbies are video games, drawing and art. My favourite activities at Avenue are stocktake, cleaning and walking the dogs.


My name is Katie and I’m 31 years old. I  work in Order Fulfilment for our partner YEVU on Mondays and Wednesdays. I like updating our Task Chart so we know who is doing what. My favourite task is to take the parcels to the post office. 


My name is Niranjan and I am 26 years old. I attend Avenue one day a week. My favourite hobbies are cricket, video games and watching movies. My favourite task in the Gigs team is taking photos.

Avenue participant in wheelchair working at computer with Avenue support worker next to her. Both smiling and looking at a notebook.

Work Experience

Looking for options to assist in post-school transitioning? Ask about our work experience opportunities for high schoostudents with disability! Simply fill in the form below and let us know.

If you’d like to learn more about Avenue’s innovative approach please get in touch.

Naomi Skinner


Brett Myers

Assistant Manager

Melissa Bubb

Community Engagement Lead


1 Warabrook Boulevard, Warabrook NSW 2304


Contact Us

For all enquiries, please fill in the form below.