Wattle Place

67 High Street
Harris Park , NSW, 2150
Phone: 1800 663 844

Opening Times

Monday: 9:00 – 17:00
Tuesday: 9:00 – 17:00
Wednesday: 9:00 – 17:00
Thursday: 9:00 – 17:00
Friday: 9:00 – 17:00


  • Wheelchair Accessibility
  • Available Parking
  • Train Service Nearby
  • Bus Service Nearby
Wattle Place is a special service within Relationships Australia NSW. Wattle Place is a state-wide service which provides a welcoming, supportive and non-judgemental space. Our drop-in centre is a place to feel at home, catch up with friends, access our facilities or chat with our resident cat, Wattle. We also organise regular social activities and events and distribute a newsletter four times a year, to keep you up to date with relevant information.


  • Wheelchair Accessibility
  • Available Parking
  • Train Service Nearby
  • Bus Service Nearby

Meet our friendly staff

Wattle Place has 20 staff who specialise in supporting people with childhood experiences of institutional and foster care and people impacted by forced adoptions. They understand the ongoing impacts that those experiences can continue to have throughout life, and provide non-judgemental, compassionate and empathetic support. Our staff are strong advocates for people with past experiences of institutional and foster care, and forced adoptions, and are here to help you navigate life. We hope that when you visit Wattle Place, it’s like visiting a friend’s home. We provide a warm and relaxed environment, where you can get together with others who understand what you’ve experienced, join in with some enriching activities, or just hang out and chat with our pet cat, Wattle. As a State-wide service, our friendly staff also offer a number of our services over the phone, via email and through coordination with other services.

“I was grateful for the help and the understanding of the things that I went through in my life & have very much appreciated their understanding and support. I’ll always be thankful to Wattle Place.”


Services at the Wattle Place Centre


Our counselling services are a convenient, affordable way to get the support you need without the requirement of a physical appointment.

Forced Adoption Support Service

The Forced Adoption service was set up following the government apology in 2013 to people affected by forced adoption policies and practices. These include mothers, fathers, adopted people and extended family members.
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