Welcome to The Ultimate Movember Men’s Health Event  
Proudly co-hosted by Coastline and Westfund.  

This November, join us for a male-centric evening of everything men's health and more! 

Sporting your best MO for Movember, arrive at Community Hub in Smith Street, Kempsey and be greeted with a variety of Movember-inspired refreshments that’ll be hard yakka to resist.   

While munching on our masculine treats, take a tour of our Movember Art Exhibition, an artistic showcase of talented local male artists from all over the Mid North Coast.  

Next, sit back, relax and hear from our expert guest speakers from Valion Health and the Rural Advisory Mental Health Program, as they dive into the mind of man and how to keep your mental health at the top of its game.   

Once you’ve immersed yourself in the mental, get ready for the physical! Let ManUp! take you on their personal journey of prostate health. Plus, meet our fitness professionals and gain insights on your overall health and fitness. Ask our experts the tough questions and find out what you can do to improve your physical health.   

This masterfully macho event concludes with Coastline crowning the evenings official 'Movember Moustache King!’ and the winner of this prestigious title not only receiving the awe and envy of onlookers, but a $250 eftpos gift card courtesy of Coastline Credit Union.



Join us at your local Coastline Branch from 6pm to 8.30pm on:

  • Tuesday 28th November, at Coastline's Community Hub, 26-28 Smith Street, Kempsey 


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Meet the guest speakers!

Rebecca Van Lloy

Valion Health Clinical Psychologist

Rebecca is one of Valion Health's clinical psychologists. She has a strong background in assisting people to manage the challenges that a physical health problem, illness or injury can bring and has spent over 15 years working in hospitals across Sydney. She is creative and engaging and really enjoys inspiring people to make meaningful changes in their life, especially when they feel emotionally overwhelmed. Rebecca is passionate about delivering virtual care enabling her to reach people all over Australia.

Orry Berry

RAMHP Coordinator – Mid North Coast Local Health District

Orry has near 15 years’ experience working as a nurse in a vast range of mental health services including acute in-patient psychiatric, community mental health, Aboriginal mental health and the Rural Adversity Mental Health program.

He really enjoys promoting mental health service’s and de-stigmatising mental health in the community by educating individuals, groups etc on mental health.

Matthew Milne

Rural Adversity Mental Health CoordinatorMental Health

Matthew Milne is a Rural Mental Health Coordinator working for the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program in the Hunter and Mid Coast regions of NSW. He graduated from The University of Newcastle in 2012 with a Bachelor of Psychology whereupon he relocated to Tamworth from Newcastle. Matthew completed his internship working as a rural psychologist, providing psychological interventions both in the office and on the road.

Matthew has travelled far and wide across the New England North West providing rural towns and communities with psychological services they would not have been able to access otherwise. Matthew continues his work in rural communities by providing mental health support, training and information as well as connecting people in need to services that are both appropriate and local to them.

Jill & Leah Costello


ManUp! Australia | For Prostate Cancer 

Brian and Jill Costello founded ManUp! in 2010 after Brian was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Jill had previously been diagnosed with breast cancer and they quickly realised there was a vast difference in the level of awareness, support and funding between the two diseases. They felt there was a need to raise the awareness of prostate cancer in the community and set about to try and make a difference. Brian was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2016 and very sadly passed away in March 2018. Leah, their daughter, now works with Jill and together they travel around Queensland and New South Wales to educate men about prostate cancer and the need for regular testing. They now visit more than seventy regional and rural communities as part of their educational program.