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Well known to readers of Wood Review magazine, Darrren Oates is a designer maker based in the Hawkesbury, NSW. His video channel is a treasure trove of woodworking instruction.

In this online walk-around, Nathan gives us a glimpse of the dedication and planning which has gone into his current space that now includes high end machinery

Tickets at a lower price are available for an extended for next year's event.

This video is the first of four and looks at the first stages of building the cabinet featured in the current issue of Wood Review magazine.

Forest and Wood Products Australia has turned to the growing medium of webinars to promote the benefits of wood products to the design and build sector.

This year's ANZAC Day will be unlike any other with public gatherings, not to mention marches out of the question. Of course this won’t prevent the due remembrance and respect paid to past and present serving men and women.

Australia has emblems for native animals, flowers, gemstones and more, but not for trees. Australian members of the International Wood Collectors have a project underway to establish one.

There is an elegance in using hand tools. They don’t need to be expensive and are better to exhibit a certain frugality. The tools I have chosen are all within reach from my workbench.

A new storage system for Tormek jigs and accessories is now available.

There's never been a better time for woodworking and for reading about all things woodworking!

Australia’s forest products industries pay tribute to industry doyen and pioneer Richard Neville-Smith.

The hidden details of Shinobu Kobayashi’s Iki gateleg table are a message for future craftspeople.

This week #socialdistancing citizens from around Australia participated in National Eucalypt Day on their phone with a science mobile phone application.

Here's a potential online sales platform for Australian made product to enquire about for the things you make.

One of our most popular stories from Robert Howard highlights a great way to spend time away from others. Step by step photos, and tools to make it happen.

Established Perth artisan Peter Cook is seeing the creative arts being on the front line as people slash their budgets with the economy in such an uncertain place.