Central Coast Wood Turners Co-operative Limited

About CCWT

The Central Coast Woodturners Co-op is a not for profit organisation.  The Club was formed in 1985 by a small group of enthusiasts, to promote the art of woodturning and related crafts (such as scroll sawing, wood carving, pyrography and toy making).

Central Coast Woodturners is a group of volunteers who generously provide their time, skills and expertise to allow others to develop skills. A key feature of CCWT is the friendly and supportive atmosphere where all members are encouraged to participate and produce wonderful pieces made from wood. Enquiries from prospective members are always welcome.

CCWT is now open at our new workshop located in the premises previously occupied by Ourimbah Guides at 8 Ourimbah Creek Road, Ourimbah from 8am ~ 12pm on Monday, Friday and Saturday.

Our Official Opening was held on Thursday 21st March 2024. A great day was enjoyed by all.


BUNNINGS BBQ

The BBQ at Bunnings on Saturday 15th June was a success. More details below.


OUR CLUB IS
OPEN: Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays

The club organises demonstrations, displays and sales at various shopping centres and events. We are not a commercial enterprise but may be able to assist individuals with small projects.
EXCITING NEWS MARCH 2024
 
We are Back!
 

Creightons Visit (Valued supporters of CCWT)
Monica and Erin from Creighton's Funeral Service visited our new premises today (Friday 15th March). It was wonderful to show them our new 'digs' and sit down with them to have a coffee and chat. They kindly agreed to have a quick 'snap' with some members.


Another very successful day at Bunnings Tuggerah sausage sizzle on Saturday 16th March 2024. A big thank you to all members who helped on the day and promoted the club and its activities. We really appreciate everyone who supported our club and made donations. Special mention to Ian who organised this great day for CCWT

It was a very busy day and it wasn't until late in the day that we could manage to take a much needed break (as shown below).


Another very successful day at Bunnings Tuggerah sausage sizzle on Saturday 15th June 2024. A big thank you to all members who helped on the day and promoted the club and its activities. We really appreciate everyone who supported our club and made donations. Special mention to Ian who once again organised this great day for CCWT. Also, a big thank you to Bunnings Tuggerah who allowed us to set up a display of our items at the entry to the store, with many people stopping to see the items and ask questions of our keen volunteer members.

Unlike our previous BBQ in March, the weather was not kind to us with rain and showers interspersed throughout the day. While this might have dampened the ground, it was great to see that it didn't dampen the enthusiasm for sausage sandwiches and drinks. It was really great to see the interest shown by people who came along and genuinely wanted to find out more about our wonderful club.


Upcoming Events:
Come back here later to see events as they arise.

CCWT SUPPORTERS

A proud supporter of CCWT is Walker Bros. Timbers, located at 50-68 Glennie Street,North Gosford, NSW 2250. They have a wide range of timbers and building materials and have a wonderful reputation and CCWT would recommend them for the home handyman and tradie alike.


A loyal supporter of CCWT over many years is Creighton's Funeral Services, contacted by mail at PO Box 55,Ourimbah NSW 2258 or by phone on (02) 4324 1533. At a time of sorrow, Creighton's are always there to lend support in time of need with care and compassion. Central Coast Wood Turners would highly recommend Creighton's Funeral Services.


We are so grateful for Bulls Pickup and Removals,who were very supportive in our transition between premises. They were on time, efficient, took care with all equipment and were pleasant as they undertook the moving process. We could recommend these guys for all the care they put into their work.


Our President, Peter, has been recently touring in Queensland and had the pleasure of being invited to and being amazed by the Bribie Woodies on Bribie Island. Their set up was wonderful and an inspiration. It is presented here as a model for a wood turning and wood working club to show what can be done with amazing artisans.