Members converted an old machinery shed provided by the council into a workshop located at the Old Cheese factory, Berwick. This workshop was first extended in 1991 the further extended in 1998 to include a meeting hall, kitchen, office/library and storeroom. In 2002 the club purchased a storage shed which is used both to store wood and as an area to paint toys.
The club house now consists of 8 rooms, 4 of which are workshops two for wood storage, one for painting, one for Saws, one for sanding, one for General Machinery, one for assembly work and two rooms for wood storage, there are 2 rooms for meals and recreation, including a Kitchen and Office.
Club Storage Shed Construction 2002
This Shed has two rooms and two 12m containers attached to the back.On the left is a roofed over section where the trailer is housed.The trailer is used to convey equipment,tools etc.to shows and raffle selling sites.
The first room contains 2 Table Saws, 3 Bandsaws a Mitre Drop Saw and a Draw Saw. Also the necessary dust extraction system.
The second room is the painting area where all the toys and some member built items are painted.Some completed toys are also stored here.
The two containers are used to store wood, timber and some completed toys.
Club House Extension Construction 1998
The Clubhouse before the extension
The clubhouse extension was erected by the members and opened in 1998.The extension contained the Meeting and Meal room, Kitchen and Office.
Club House Construction 1991
BDWWC Clubhouse under Construction, December 1991
1991 Construction Team L-R Reg Mashado, Wilf Firth, Ed Hogbden, Tony Van Gemert, Doug Gale, Clint Kenny, Graham Clutterbuck.
Open ceremony for BDWWC Clubhouse by Berwick’s Mayor, Cr. Trevor Smith, 18 Oct. 1992.
Local Paper reporting BDWWC clubhouse opening.