Responsible Wood, Australia's largest forest certification scheme, has launched a new 'PEFC Australia' website promoting PEFC forest certification in Australia.

As we witness the daily closure of events and gatherings due to the Covid19 pandemic, it’s no surprise to the see the postponement of some major woodworking events.

AWR’s inaugural Maker of the Year awards carry a fabulous prize offering across four categories.

For those love design, architecture and innovation, Melbourne is the place to be from March 12 – 22.

In the March issue we put the Laguna REVO 12-16 through its paces. Here's a taster of what this machine promises.

After attending the opening of SWA's latest exhibition, Ian Higgs muses on lives of those who are driven to make, and shares his thoughts of being part of a vibrant creative community.

This biennial prize is open to Australian designers and craftspeople and offers over $20,000 in both acquisitive and non-acquisitive awards.

Wood Review editor Linda Nathan visited New Zealand’s Centre For Fine Woodworking to report on a six week open residency program led by renowned Canadian furniture designer and maker Michael Fortune.

A brand new awards competition from Australian Wood Review is now open for entry.

New from Shogun Japan, the Master Craft range of dozuki saws is now available in Australia through ProTooling.

A new range of clothing aims to meet the needs of female tradespeople.

Now rescheduled for June 2020, there are still places available for The Gottstein Trust’s biennial Wood Science Course.

Here's how to head out of town for a while and learn how to make a Windsor chair – or how about a cigar box guitar?

Straight, flush, chamfer and shaped in many different ways, here is a basic compendium of the bits you need to know about.

Amongst its ongoing classes in traditional skills the Melbourne Guild of Fine Woodworking is offering three very special courses this year.

Announcing AWR Student Awards Popular Choice winner 2019!