Illawarra Festival of Wood
The Illawarra Festival of Wood is a modern reimagining of the traditional wood festival.
In addition to showcasing a wide variety of products, local and regional artisans will host an extensive range of hands-on workshops for adults and children over five.
If you are looking for a new hobby or to purchase something unique, the Illawarra Festival of Wood has it: spoon carving, knife making, traditional toolmaking, surfboard making, woodturning, basket weaving, carving, jewellery, floristry, sculpture, timber milling, chainsaw carving and more.
Take a workshop, talk to artists, watch demonstrations, buy something unique – this is the perfect opportunity to try something new.
Under 18 Years FREE.
The Illawarra Festival of Wood is a disability accessible event.
Hours – Friday 6th & Saturday 7th October / 10am – 5pm
Food and drink – An array of Food stalls & coffee will be available
ATM – Onsite at the festival, please note there may be a long queue
Entry Fee – $15 Adult, $12 Concession, Under 18 Years FREE
How to Get There
Train Stations – Bulli Station to Bulli Showground 11 mins walk
Parking – Ample parking available on site, gold coin donation to local Mens Shed