The Ipswich Woodcrafts Club can provide you with an environment full of encouragement and learning. Learn new skills from our experienced members or share your skills with others.
Monday 8:30 am – 12:00 noon
Tuesday 8:30 am – 12:00 noon
Wednesday 8:30 am – 12:00 noon
Saturday 8:30 am – 12:00 noon
To join, stop by the clubhouse for a visit, or send a message through our contact form. We will provide you with a Welcome Kit, introducing you to Club rules, shop safety, procedures, and upcoming events and classes.
Events and Classes
Since 1988 the Club has been active in the community, with opportunities to learn fun and rewarding woodcrafts, through classes, demonstrations and participation in shows and expos. Take a look at our upcoming events. Membership also includes access to our classes and workshops.
From humble beginnings as a woodturning club to a complete facility with equipment for all types of woodcraft, members share in keeping the shop safe and tidy. Visit us to see our lathes, power tools, timber stock and more. Members are introduced to new equipment with an induction and safety session. Members also have access to an ever-growing library for browsing or researching a new technique.
Meetings are held regularly where all members attending are fully informed of current matters involving the Club. Participation on any relevant to the operation and development of the Club is welcomed. Constructive ideas can be put forward and debated in a non-argumentative manner. ALL MEMBERS ARE WELCOME.
1. To promote an interest in the crafts of woodwork and a forum for discussion.
2. To develop a community interest in the various woodworking trades, especially with young people.
3. To organize and exhibit the skills of the club members, lending encouragement and guidance.
4. To foster a conservative attitude in our club and local community regarding the use of our natural resources.
The Ipswich Woodcrafts Club Inc. states that its objective in reporting various articles and advice in our newsletter, online and other communications, both verbal and written, is merely to disseminate information, and not to make recommendations or directives. It also states that the views expressed therein are not necessarily those of the club or its committee.
Sep to Aug
Jan to Aug
May to Aug
(Member plus his/her partner)
(Plus each additional member)
|Joining Fee (once only)||$5||$5||$5|
|Session Fee (per session)||$4||$4||$4|
The Ipswich Woodcrafts Club Inc was established in 1988 as a wood turning club, since then membership has expanded and other wood crafts were introduced. Member’s skills now include: turning, carving, scrollsawing, pyrography, box making and toy making.