(07) 5483 7691 [email protected]

Woodworks Museum & Interpretive Centre

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
The Woodworkers Museum and Interpretive Centre is a Not for Profit Organisation. The Museum was opened in 1984 with the purpose of preserving the rich history of the Forestry Service and Timber Industry in Queensland. The Museum is owned by Gympie Regional Council and is currently Leased to Private Forestry Service Queensland a Not for Profit Organisation (PFSQ). The museum also educates the Public on sustainability of Native Forests and Plantations into the future. The Museum is open from 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday. We are looking for Volunteers in Maintenance,Grounds Management, Meet and Greet the Public and General House Keeping Duties in the Museum. We have several projects waiting for the right person to take up in refurbishing artefacts. Any time you have available will be welcome. If you like to have a chat with visitors, we want you! Send an e:mail to [email protected] or call in to the Office at the Museum and see what we have available. We have a great bunch of people here and you may just be the person we need to join in.

8 FRASER RD, GYMPIE, QLD 4570

(2 hours north of Brisbane, 70kms from the Sunshine Coast)

Opening Hours:     Monday to Saturday      10.00am – 4.00pm

Entry Fees:    $5.00 per person        Under 5 yrs: Free

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The Australian Forestry story has deep roots in Aboriginal culture, European settlement and pioneering, industrialisation, expansion and still, today in all aspects of Australian life. Forests have always been central to Australian culture, industries and landscapes.

The Woodworks Museum and Interpretive Centre re-defines the Forestry Story through live demonstration, science-based education and state-of-the-art interpretation. You will see fascinating relics of forest history, lovingly restored and working in live demonstrations.

The Woodworks Museum and Interpretive Centre will foster a new appreciation for this truly sustainable industry and the role that it plays in sustaining our community, their employment, tourism and our environment.