Jan 222024

24th of March is the Date for the Car Boot Sale this year.

There will be a range of other local community groups attending as well as our car boot sellers. We have the QPRC Library Bus in attendance so you can join up (if you haven’t already) and borrow some books, as well as RFS if you have any questions about bush fire preparedness. Plus many more groups to chat to.

Come along to either sell or buy or both!


Jul 222019

Wednesday 24 November 2021, 7.00pm at the Bywong Hall, Birriwa Road. Refreshments provided.

The Bywong Community Association organises a number of events each year to bring the community together, including the Car Boot Sale, the Trivia Night and the Christmas Gathering. We also raise funds from the sale of local artwork (postcards and teatowels) and use these funds to benefit the community and to add to our local facilities, such as the amazing playground at the Bywong Hall.

Bywong needs YOU! We are an enthusiastic group, but few in numnber, which limits our potential. So, if you have ideas and energy to to help organise and participate in community activities, we invite you to join us! You can become a Member for free (form below), or can also join the Committee (form also below). If you would like to find out more, please email , or just come along to the AGM.

All Committee positions become vacant at the AGM. If you would like to join the Committee, please email to nominate for a position.

BCA Membership Form

BCA Nomination for Committee Form

Jun 062019

Expressions of interest from Artists whom wish to be a part of the QPRC Arts trail.

Bywong Community Assn is looking for any artists whom wish to be a part of the QPRC arts trail but don’t want someone rocking up to their house. 

We have many talented people locally and we thought that the community hall could be opened for those artists who want to share their art only and not where they live!

please message us via Facebook if you are interested.

There may be a small fee (similar to the meet the makers expo) to cover hall hire and insurance costs. You would then be entitled to a table to set up your art/craft etc…

We are considering having a drawing class on offer for any visitors on the arts trail, and potentially could have any music or dance performances as well.

If you are interested please message us to let us know what you would be bringing to the display.

May 232019

Bywong Community Inc (association) Events & Meetings for the rest of 2024

Unless otherwise advertised meetings start at 7:00 pm at the Bywong Hall

For special events like Xmas Drinks & Nibbles and the Trivia night keep an eye out for the specific events details.

20 June – Meeting
18 July – Meeting
20 July (Trivia Night)
15 August (AGM) – Meeting
19 September – Meeting
17 October – Meeting
21 November – Meeting
6 December (Xmas Drinks & Nibbles) – Meeting


Save them to your Calendar now!!

Dec 162018

A fabulous time was had at the Bywong Community end of year gathering.

Whilst the weather was wild a few locals ventured to the hall for refreshments and snacks, chatting with others and the announcements of our recent raffle and the WWOW decorating competition.

First up the winners of the WWOW letter box and Gate/fence decorating competitions are:













If you would like to see all the decorations here is a map we created. 


Secondly the GGPC and BCA combined Art SHow Raffle was drawn with the following winners:

1. Anne (ph:0427…337) won a dinner voucher at Contentious Character. Prize given on the spot
2. Lyn (ph:62…591) Couldn’t contact her last night. Won a selection of 3 bottles of wine from Contentious Character. Please ring me on 0490 747 358 to arrange prize pick up.
3. Rachel of Gundaroo (ph: 0425…283) Won a dinner voucher at Contentious Character. Will arrange to pick up prize sometime this weekend.
4. L. Shroeder (?) (ph: 623…92) Won a selection of 3 bottles of wine from Contentious Character. Please ring me to organise pick up.
5. Helen (ph: 0427…067) Won a dinner voucher at Contentious Character. Prize picked up on Saturday
6. Heathe (couldn’t quite make the name. ph: 0417…764) Won a selection of 3 bottles of wine from Contentious Character. Couldn’t be contacted but left a message on phone to organise pick up
7. William Crossing (ph: 0438…625) Won the ‘Get your house drawn by JPF prize. Contacted last night.
8. Brigid Cassells (?) Purple ticket F32. Please contact me by email or phone to organise your prize which is the long framed print view of the escarpment.


Oct 222018

The Geary’s Gap Pony Club and the Bywong Community Association are holding a joint fundraiser to help fund some security measures at the Bywong Hall, after recent thefts and anti social behaviour.

Come along for an afternoon of socializing, fundraising and good company. Bring your wallet as there will be local crafts, a raffle and other opportunities to help us raise money.

Many thanks to Tony Mansfield of ‘Contentious Character’ for his very generous donation of wines for the coming monster raffle for the Pony Club function on November 11th 2018.
As a gesture of thanks, and on behalf of the Bywong Community Association and the Pony Club, JP presented Tony with a canvas print of the Chateau de Chambord drawing he recently completed and printed.

Oct 182018

14th December 2018
Annual Christmas Gathering at the Bywong hall, Les Reardon Reserve

The Bywong Community Association’s Annual Christmas Gathering will commence with light refreshments in the Hall (67 Birriwa Rd Bywong).

6:00pm start

A selection of festive beverages and nibbles will be provided for all ages, or feel free to bring some food/drink to share.

The evening will include:

  • Raffle draw for great prizes of wine/dinner vouchers (donated by Contentious Character Winery) and local artworks (by John-Pierre Favre)
  • Presentation to supporters of the Bywong Community Association. A small token of thanks to our biggest supporters for their help in selling our amazing merchandise created by JP, which helps us raise money to hold events and add to the facilities… of our latest fundraisers is to look into external table and seating to finalise our playground project.
  • Wonderful Women of Wamboin Christmas decorating winners announced (also to be announced at the Wamboin markets on Saturday too)
  • There will be some Christmas craft for the younger ones and our fabulous playground, Santa may make a brief visit as well.


We look forward to seeing you there!

Sep 262018

Bywong Community Inc (Association) with Wamboin Community Association are proud to support the Wonderful Women of Wamboin’s Christmas Decorating Competition.

There will be two prizes donated by the Community Associations, one for best mailbox and another for best entrance.

Send a photo of your creation, along with your name, address and phone number to

DEADLINE is 8pm Sunday 9th December 2018


Sep 192018

Gearys Gap Pony Club jumps trailer stollen

Yesterday 18th September Gearys Gap Pony club made the discovery that their horse jumps trailer had been stolen.

Current rego plates are TD03JU and VIN A143 if anyone tries to sell and/or have repaired/inspected.

If you see it please report to Bungendore Police Station on 6238 1244


Sep 102018

Come along to the Bywong Hall on Thursday 11th October between 11:30 and 1:30 for Story Time.

The Fairy Godmother and other notable locals will be reading some fabulous picture books, or perhaps a book with no pictures!

Visit the QPRC mobile Library when it arrives between 12:00 noon – 12:45. If your not a library member you can join on the day!

Entry via gold coin donation, to help will hall hire costs.

Bring along your lunch and a cushion. The Bywong Community Inc will also have some refreshments available for a gold coin donation too!

If there is a particular story you would like to hear please comment below.

Please bring a blanket or Yoga mat as we have a concrete floor!

Jul 172018

The Bywong Community Inc fundraising post cards of Bungendore are for sale at the Bungendore Community Bank.

The set of six cards have been created by Bywong resident JP Favre and showcase some of the most notable buildings in the town.

A great gift for visitors or something to post overseas to friends and family.

The set of six costs $12.00 and is great value as they come with individual envelopes!

The bank also has some of the “Why I live where I live” cards (also with envelope) and a few of the Bungendore tea towels, which are also available from Foodlovers Market bungendore, for $15.00 per tea towel and $3.00 per card.

These are all great gifts to show people what Bungendore’s historical buildings look like, as well as helping the Bywong Community Inc raise money for events, activities, and infrastructure up in Bywong.

Jul 112018

The Bywong Community Inc Annual General Meeting will be held on 9/8/2018 at the Bywong Community Hall at the Les Reardon Reserve, 67 Birriwa Rd, Bywong.

Starting time is 7:30pm

All Committee positions are open and nominations can be made for any position either on the night or send us a message via Facebook or via this webpage.