“there is something about growing, changing, identifying parts of yourself that you had not recognised, that is deeply unsettlingly liberating”

Michelle Swan

We offer . . .

Peer Support

Katoomba Neurodiversity Hub exists to facilitate peer support networks because we know that the best people to offer support are those who share your neurotype and experiences.
We offer mentoring support one on one, or within a small group, to help you with a range of life challenges in a gentle and respectful way.

Find out more here …

Personal growth in small groups

Peer support groups for people who want help and friendship in specific contexts- transgender, LGBTQI+, neurodivergent, parents, students….

and to develop particular skills- executive function strategies, sensory regulation, communication tips,
relationship growth.

Click here to view our current activity program …

Social activity groups

Peer support communities based on shared interests like gardening, cooking, crafting, music, board games, reading, movies, and more.

Click here to view our current activity program …


Workshops for Neurodivergent people and their families and carers, to help you identify, understand, and meet needs.

Professional development for teachers, medical and allied health professionals, and anyone wanting to be more inclusive in their work place

Find out more here …

Visit us

2/1 Cascade St
Katoomba NSW 2780

You will find us down the driveway,
in the last door, and up the stairs.

Email us
Call us
4782 2132
” We are a community owned and run by and for Neurodivergent people.
And we are changing the conversation about what our support needs are”

At Katoomba Neurodiversity Hub we acknowledge the Darug and Gundangurra people, 
who are the traditional owners of the land we live and work on. 

We acknowledge all of Australias Original People, and pay our respect to Elders past, present , and emerging. 
We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture, and thank them for their ongoing guidance in ways we all live at peace with land and people.

To read our Hub Principles and Practices please click here.

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