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).
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.

CURRENT IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS:
The board is happy to announce that the club room will re-open as normal commencing on Friday the 24th April, this includes training for new members, for more information look for an email from the board or contact one of our board members.
LATEST COVID UPDATE:
Below are the latest details re the State Government lockdown;
UPDATE: 6th July 2021
The workshop is closed from 25th June 2021 until 11th July 2021.
Assuming restrictions are lifted on 9th July 2021, the workshop will reopen on Monday 12th July 2021.
Further updates can be found here.

UPDATE: 7th July 2021
COVID restrictions have been extended by a further week, meaning that the earliest the workshop will now reopen will be Monday 19th July 2021, dependent upon restrictions being lifted.
As updates become available they will be given here.

UPDATE: 11th July 2021
As per Public Health Orders by the NSW State Government, the situation re public gatherings and groups is a very fluid situation at the moment. It is expected that the current restrictions may be in place for an extended period of time. All wood turners are keen to resume but this is not possible at the moment. When further information is available it will be given here.
The current information from the NSW government can be found at (https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/rules/greater-sydney#outdoor-gatherings).
The workshop is now closed until Monday 2nd August 2021.

UPDATE: 29th July 2021
With the surge in COVID cases, it is with regret that the Workshop will now be closed until August 29th. Further information will be given here as it becomes available.

UPDATE: 27th August 2021
Following the press conference by the NSW Premier (Thurs 26th Aug) and with the increased number of COVID cases in the community, the workshop will unfortunately be closed until at least 12th September 2021.
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