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Sales Days

The Woodies take the opportunity to sell their products at all sorts of venues around the Eurobodalla.

In October 2017 the
Eurobodalla Woodies supported MATAMA, the Moruya Antique and Tractor and Machinery Association on the occasion of their 20th Anniversary at Moruya Showground.

The club was allocated a patch on the outskirts of the parade ring.

IMB kindly loaned us their shade which was much appreciated.
The usual collection of toys,kitchen wares,bowls and nick nacks were able to be displayed in this generous space.

Some of the tractors in the parade.


The Eurobodalla Show




Durras Easter Market



For our First River of Art Exhibition 2018 see Special Events page

Tilba Festival 2018

June long weekend

Peter setting up the table early in the morning.

Helmut discussing the finer points of woodworking.

Linda the treasurer taking her turn at Sales.


Peter Brotherton - lightning Top Turner.

John Tanner - Carver extraordinaire.


On the left.Owen,Toy making instructor helping Pa make a pelican for his grandchild. Right - 'Woodie' Sharon 'having a go'.

 Two little girls try their hand at toy making with help from Owen and Sharon.

Eurobodalla Woodie Entries in the Woodscrew Competition



Winner of Peoples' Choice

Helmut Delrieux's

Document box.

 The Winner of the Frank McGettigan
Wood Screw
Perpetual  Best in Show prize is...
Eric Simes of the Eurobodalla Woodies.

The Shield Presented by Colin Boxsell of Narooma Woodies.

Colin with Eric Simes and his winning hall table.

The raffle prizes made by members of the 3 participating Woodies Clubs.

Jeff from Narooma Woodies, Ann Salmon and Mark Barraclough announcing the raffle draw.


January 26th -27th the Woodies can be found at the Eurobodalla Show.

The Woodies will be participating in the River of Art
17th - 27th May
Display and exhibition at the workshop. Date and time to be advised.


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