PUG Men's Shed
Find us
The best time to visit the Shed is mornings, Monday to Thursday.

The PUG Men’s Shed is open on weekday mornings. Marked on the map above with a red pin, we are adjacent to the Jubilee Park sports oval and near the Glebe Tramsheds.

If you come by light rail, the sheds are a two-minute walk from Jubilee Park station. After you get off, walk downhill towards the oval and head left along the paved walkway. We occupy the first two arches you’ll see.

If you travel by bus, routes 370 and 431 terminate on Federal Road at the end of Glebe Point Road. From there, it’s a five-minute walk across the park to reach the Men’s Shed.

Alternatively, on bus route 433, the closest stop is at The Crescent near Nelson Street. The stop is a three-minute walk from us.

Join us
We are a small group but welcome members keen to contribute.
Guy D. and Jorge C. entertain

Wine-lover Guy Benedetto and Spanish guitarist Jorge Campano are among more than 70 members of the PUG Men’s Shed.  Photo: Lisa Campano

Membership at the PUG Men’s Shed is by selection and subject to availability. We look for men who will not only participate in shed activities, but also contribute to our work and help the wider community. 

If you’re interested in joining, please download an application form. We’re a volunteer group, so sometimes it can take a while for us to get back to you. But we’ll do our best.

Our constitution is also available to download and read here.

Download form
PUG application form
Need something special? Send a message and let us help
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We’re crafty devils, so if you’ve got a tricky project, send a message to see if we can assist you.

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Our bands can accommodate plenty of styles and fit into your event needs.