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About Our Club

Open 7 days a week, we are a very active community club with over 100 active members.​

We provide a safe place where local community can gather and create woodcraft items.

Club theme

Everyone knows something, no one knows everything – everyone has something to tell, and something to learn.

So, let's get together and help each other enjoy one of the most fascinating and rewarding hobbies in the world.


Our talented members regularly win prizes at various exhibitions and competitions.


We have a full range of equipment available for use to help you with whatever you're creating.​


We participate in and contribute to community events and projects that benefit the community.

Club history

Waverley Woodworkers was formed in November 1990 by a group of local Waverley residents.

Starting with few tools but an active Committee, the club steadily amassed a range of quality tools and machines to suit a wide range of activities and creations.

The objective of the club is to provide a safe place where members can interact with one another, learn new skills and learn from each other, start or complete projects, create individual masterpieces, try new designs and projects, and access the wide range of tools we have with support and help.​


After 30 years in leased premises opposite the Jordanville Stations, we have relocated into brand new premises at the rear of the Central Reserve Grandstand in Glen Waverley provided with the aid and support of the City of Monash.

These new premises have been designed and fitted out to specifically meet our growing needs. 


With more space to allow more and larger individual projects, members are already realising the benefits.

The Club has built an active community-facing element where we make wooden toys for charities in and around the area supporting the local communities wherever we can.

We are part of the Men’s Shed organisation recognising the importance of helping men and women who may otherwise be isolated within our communities.

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