If you’ve used woodworking tools within the last few decades there’s not much chance you don’t know the Carbitool brand.
This month-long, state-wide celebration of making, community and creative experimentation has a program that embraces events, exhibitions and happenings from across Victoria.
The plan encourages the use of responsibly sourced wood in construction and was inspired by the Indigenous Noongar people’s concept of Djarlma, which reflects the interconnected relationship of people, forests and woodlands.
The Australian International Furniture Fair (AIFF) incorporating Decor + Design is set to launch on July 18 and runs until July 21.
Award winners will receive an amazing $7,500 worth of premium woodworking goodies – here are the details of what's on offer.
One of Sydney’s leading French polishing and stone masonry companies approached TAFE NSW Lidcombe for specific staff training needs.
Italy's international showcase of wood and furniture technologies consolidates its 2020 edition.
Today is one of only two opportunities left to attend a demonstration by UK tool expert Chris Pouncy as his extensive Robert Sorby tour draws to a close.
Wood Dust Australia is coming up soon in around six weeks time. We asked the organisers about the focus and format of the event.
Jeff Donne explores the workability of some Australian native species for green woodworking.
Two of Ben Percy's students took out major prizes in last year's Student Awards.
Students and young graduates are invited to submit designs for contemporary, sustainable living objects.
For woodworking enthusiasts the WA Wood Show is always a must-see event and this year runs in early August.
Fringe Furniture is an annual showcase for everything from art objects to production-ready pieces.