Central Coast Wood Turners

The Central Coast Woodturners Co-op is a not for profit Co-operative.  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).
Due to the current outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Board has decided that in the best interests, as well as the health and safety of all members, that all activities (that is, workshop, board and club meetings, as well as sales) will be closed from mid-day of Monday 23rd March 2020 until further notice.
The board discussed the situation as at the end of April and based on current State/Federal suggestions and looking to keep our members as safe as we can, we will not be opening this month and will re-assess at the end of the May.
We thank you for your understanding.

We have a well equipped workshop that is located at The Old Milk Factory, 141 Alison Road, Wyong and is open to members on Friday, Saturday and Monday mornings. A range of woodworking merchandise and library facilities are available. There is a dedicated group of enthusiasts who provide training to help develop skills with wood turning and craft areas as required. The Central Coast Woodturners comprise members who have a passion for working with wood. The club comprises a group of volunteers who generously provide their time, skills and expertise to help promote the various aspects provided by Central Coast Woodturners. 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. Club details are included in the Community Directory websites of both Gosford and Wyong Shires. The club organises demonstrations, displays and sales at various shopping centres and events such as the Orchid Festival, Australia Day celebrations, Mardi Gras and the Sydney Working with Wood Show.

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