Welcome Albury Wodonga Woodcrafters Inc.

The aim of the Club is to promote, foster and practice the art of all forms of woodworking.

If your interested in Woodworking members of the Albury Wodonga Woodcrafters Club enjoy many benefits. Including access to the club’s facilities including workshop and machinery – after safety and competence induction.
Clubhouse rooms are located at the Wodonga show grounds a wide range of machinery including lathes, drop saws, table saws, planers, jointers and routers plus a myriad of hand-tools are available to our members.
In addition our milling team collects suitable logs from around the district and cuts these into slabs, turning blanks and lumber for use by our members.

Demonstrations and instruction in woodworking techniques. A congenial atmosphere where help and advice is only an ask away.

Visit Our Club
Our club welcomes visitors and anyone interested in timber whether it is the woodworking techniques or to see fine items made from different species of Australian timber. There are also many items for sale in the clubs cottage showroom on the Lincoln Causeway.

Opening hours areā€¦.

Saturday 9.00am onwards Pyrography group
Saturday following the monthly meeting working bee and maintenance.
Monday 4.00 to 7.00 Furniture group
1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month timber milling at Staghorn Flat
2nd Tuesday of the month executive meeting at 4.00pm and general meeting at 7.00pm
Wednesday 8.00am to noon Scroll-saw group
Wednesday 1.00 to 3.00 Box making
Wednesday 3.00pm to 8.15pm Wood turning
Thursday 9.00am to noon Pen making
Friday 1.00pm to 3.00pm Carving

Cottage Gallery

The cottage has on display a large range of quality hand crafted items handcrafted by members of the Albury Wodonga Woodcrafters. Included are pens, bowls, clocks, tables, carvings, toys, walking sticks, salt and pepper grinders, chopping boards and many other quality items. Craftsmen are also available for custom orders and repairs.

Workshope Reopening

Protocol to reopen workshop under stage 3 restrictions I.E. Maximum 20 people only in attendance with maximum of 10 in each space providing 1.5 metre social distancing can be maintained and 4 Sq. metre per person on Nov 9th Masks must be worn except when drinking or eating Wash hands with soap / detergent or… continue reading

Is your lathe gathering dust at home?

Are there any club member looking for something to do while the workshop is closed? How about turning some pens for the troops? I have kits available. let me know if you would like some and I will get them to you. Cheers Paul

Workshop Closure

Regretfully from midnight tomorrow Wed 5th August The Workshop will be closed and no access is permitted under Stage 3 Restrictions till these are lifted. Individual fine of $1462 and $ 10000 for AWW if we breach these restrictions.

Pens for the Troops Update

This is a copy of an email sent the coordinator P4TT. Bruce, Again thank you & the team for the Pens and they are being distributed to team members of Op Resolute (both Navy & Army pers). However, there were a number of pens that did not have contact details on the cards can you… continue reading

Pen for the Troops update

We had 17 people attend the workshop and we managed to make 62 pens for the troops. Wayne put on a great lunch and a good time was had by all.