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.

Since June 2021, Central Coast Wood Turners have had to suspend operations during the pandemic and according to NSW Government Health directives. It is hoped that the club may commence some form of operation in the near future and members will be notified as soon as possible after the Board has had the opportunity to meet.
Unfortunately the workshop has been closed from 25th June due to COVID lockdown in NSW and has lasted until Monday 11th October 2021.

UPDATE: 10th October 2021
The end of lockdowns in NSW for fully (double) vaccinated people is due to be wound back tomorrow (11th Oct '21).
From our club President; "We are all looking forward to October 11th as the possible date for the lifting of certain restrictions. In this ever-changing situation it is difficult to know what restrictions, applicable to the workshop, will still be in place. Once restrictions are eased there will be implications, in regard to the opening of the workshop, which will need to be discussed by the board. It is not possible for the board to meet face-to-face at the moment. As soon as we are able the board will meet to discuss issues and will inform members when the workshop will open and what the conditions of entry will be. All through the pandemic the board has been mindful of the health and well being of members. The board will continue to make decisions in the best interest of the club and its members."
NOTE: Members will be kept informed of decisions, but it is hoped that wood turners and all members will have access as soon as possible but done in a way that follows all COVID Safe practices and Health guidelines.
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