Tulgeen Group

Tulgeen Group

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26 Eden St Bega New South Wales 2550
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02 6499 0800
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Tulgeen is the leading disability services provider in the Bega Valley Shire and surrounds offering a comprehensive range of service and supports for all participants in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Tulgeen Group trading as Tulgeen Disability Services is located in Bega on the far south coast of NSW, also known as the Bega Valley and the Sapphire Coast – the most southerly region of New South Wales.

Bega is characteristically a large Australian country town with prosperous dairy industry and is home to Bega Cheese, renowned both overseas and in Australia and a major employer in the town. Bega Cheese is a major supporter of Tulgeen. Bega is close in proximity to the coastal villages of Tathra and Merimbula famous for fishing, whale watching, pristine beaches and national parks.

Over its forty years in operation, Tulgeen Disability Services have attained a reputation as a respected and professional provider of services for people with disability. This has been achieved through the dedication and commitment of staff, and a voluntary Board of Directors who seem to relish taking on any challenge – and succeed in seeing it through.

We are immensely proud of our organisation and our achievements and will continue to work diligently, providing quality services which enhance the skills and lives of people with disability, enabling them to fulfill their greatest potential through Employment, In-home Support and Training & Education services in the Bega Valley.

A Good Life

Tulgeen enables our Clients a good life through work, life, play and growth.

Please browse through our website and if you have any questions or would like to discuss the provision of a service or programs that might best suit your needs, please do not hesitate to contact us.

All funding packages are welcome as are new and/or transitioning participants in the NDIS.

Tulgeen acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which it operates and pays respect to Elders both past and present.

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