Members are encouraged to have a continuing interest in, and involvement with, the local community.  In recent times the Club has assisted a wide range of community groups, including;

  1. Bullet  Making items for The Royal Children’s Hospital, including model MRI & CAT scanners

  2. Bullet  Display cabinets, cabinets for the Operations Room & signage for Yarrambat CFA

  3. Bullet  Large cabinets, plaque & leadlight for Nillumbik Historical Society

  4. Bullet  Honour Board & display boxes for Nillumbik Council

  5. Bullet  Animal cutouts for Collingwood Children’s Farm

  6. Bullet  Primary school skill games

  7. Bullet  Church windows for St Michael’s, Yarrambat

  8. Bullet  Windows for Len Young Woolshed, Yarrambat Heritage Museum

  9. Bullet  Playground equipment for Research Primary School

  10. Bullet  Woodwork activities at healthAbility

  11. Bullet  Woodworking demonstrations at the Eltham Town Square, The Wattle Festival in Hurstbridge and the Whittlesea Show.

  12. Bullet  Wes’ Workshop is a workshop for children within our annual exhibition.  Children are encouraged to make an item - the items have been prepared earlier and only require nails, glue or screws to assemble them.  To date we have made a battleship, a small toolbox/carry box, and an acrobatic clown.

  13. Bullet  Replica of the Ashes for a Community cricket match.


Provides a wide range of health, counselling and therapeutic services to the local community.

The Eltham and District Woodwork Club has been assisting the Social Support Groups for the frail, aged, dementia and acquired brain injury clients for some years. The Club Members prepare timber kits for small items such as boxes, trays and letter holders that they then help the members of the activity groups assemble.
This is one of a number of important ongoing community services carried out by the Club Members.