About the Guild
operates a workshop which is located in the
Original Gold Rush Village, 26 James Street, Mogo,
NSW and has both male and female members.
Guild’s workshop is open on Mondays and Wednesdays
(public holidays excepted) commencing at 9.00am
and finishing about 2.00 to 3pm.
number of pieces of larger equipment and a
chain saw mill are located at the workshop
workshop members assist with the preparation
of toys and other items associated with the
can also use the equipment to assist them with
their private projects
interest groups and training courses are
operated from time to time
coin donation is charged on each visit to help
cover routine maintenance costs and
Guild issues a monthly Newsletter which is forwarded
to all members by Email or post.
Guild holds a formal meeting usually on the first
Saturday of the month (this may be varied to
accommodate specific events such as the Working With
Wood Show or Public Holidays):
held at the Guild’s Mogo workshop or at a
an informal social get together at 12 noon
with a BYO barbeque lunch
meeting commences at 1.00 pm and is usually
followed by show and tell, a demonstration or
a talk with a finishing time around 3pm
members who wish to come only for the meeting
need to arrive by .
Membership of the Guild is open
to anyone who shares our aims.The cost of joining
the Guild is $70, which includes your name
badge and $45 per year thereafter ( July-June).
Application Forms are available:
downloading from this web site, see below
contacting the Eurobodalla Woodcraft Guild at:
PO Box 1186, Batemans Bay, NSW 2536
- or at
the Mogo workshop on Wednesdays.
an Application for Membership will be considered by
the Executive Committee after 4 weeks.During this
period the Applicant has full membership rights of
July 2016,Some of the women
members of the EWG
Updated:12th September 2017