Who we are

We are a group of woodworking devotees ranging from beginners to master craftsmen and craftswomen.

COVID UPDATE

You are reminded that we MUST continue to carry/wear a mask when not at home and to social distance where possible.

So, when visiting the Clubhouse please wear your mask.

Thank You

The Cooroora Woodworkers Club is a not-for-profit organisation focused on sharing the enjoyment of working with wood. Our members include men and women of all ages and levels of woodworking experience, from total beginners to award-winning masters. Our club has a friendly and supportive atmosphere, an extensive range of well-maintained woodworking equipment, and a strong emphasis on safety. In particular, we have an enviable woodwork training program in activities including woodturning, furniture building, box-making, carving, marquetry and general woodworking. We also have a skilled team of members who mill rough logs into finished boards in a variety of species. Large timber slabs and milled boards are on sale to the public and offered at heavily discounted rates to club members. As part of our club’s commitment to the wider community, we undertake a diverse range of activities to assist to other groups and organizations. For example, we make items for schools, aged-care facilities, disadvantaged families, the local botanical gardens and other community associations. Above all, we love working with wood. Come and join us!

Opening Hours

Our clubhouse, a heritage building where we display our hardwork and craftsmanship.

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.

Opening hours are 9am – 12noon every day except Sundays and public holidays.

Club Facilities
Our clubhouse, a heritage building is located in the Cooroy Lowermill Precinct. Our workshops are sited just next door in what used to be the drying kilns of the old timber mill. 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.