Based in Berwick, just south east of Melbourne, Victoria, the club commenced with a group of 6 people in June 1986, meeting at various venues before establishing a permanent home at the Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick. Currently the club has over 100 members. We have great facilities and work shop with a good range of woodworking machinery. New members are more than welcome, so if you have a passion for wood work or would like to learn, give us a call or drop in for a visit. The contact details are at the bottom of this page. All ages are welcome.
New members are more than welcome, so if you have a passion for wood work or would like to learn, give us a call or drop in for a visit. The contact details are at the bottom of this page. All ages are welcome.
Picking up from where they left off last year, when the pandemic lock-down occurred, Berwick woodworkers are planning their Wood Working Display. This year, the display will take place (Covid permitting) as part of the Casey Winter Arts Festival on 9th, 10th and 11th of July at the club premises.
In the interest of promoting the club, it is planned that members' woodwork will be showcased in the clubroom, while demonstrations will take place in the workshop. John McMahon, who heads the sub-committee wants to assure club members that the event is not acompetition, but a display to demonstrate the kind of activity available within the club. So if you like to build matchstick models, scroll-saw creations, pyrography art or turned thingummies of any kind, please consider offering them as part of the show. Ambitious masterpieces will be welcome, of course, but are not a stipulation.
There will be a lockable showcase for the security of small objects.