The Timber & Working With Wood Show is Australia’s premier event for woodworking. The three day event will roll out Australia’s largest collection of timber aside live demonstrations that are prefect for weekend hobbyists looking to learn some DIY techniques, as well as professional woodworkers trying to refine their craft. Victorians will gets their chance to experience the best in woodwork practice when the event tours Melbourne from the 8-10th of September.
The Timber & Working With Wood Show will gather the best industry manufacturers and professionals in a huge exhibitor arena that will give visitors the opportunity to handle the tools first-hand. Behind each exhibition will be a team of professionals willing to trade tips and advice on their tool’s features and utility.
Working With Wood will also tour Australia’s largest collection of timbers across the nation. If you’ve been searching for a unique wooden canvas for your timber projects, the Timber Show presents the one time your best options will all be catalogued in one spot. A popular feature of the Timber Show is the Come, Try, Learn & Buy demonstration that will give woodwork enthusiasts of all ages an opportunity to try out new techniques and tools under the guidance of experienced professionals.
Experts will rule the woodworking event, running shows to suit everyone. Expect competition details, floor plans and demonstration timetables to arrive in the near future.
Discounts will be available for multiple day tickets. Visit the event’s ticket registration page for more information.
Children (Under 14): When accompanied by an adult on Saturday and Sunday are free.
The Members’ Car Park Pass provides access to one of four designated parking areas:
A Members’ Guineas Car Park Pass provides guaranteed parking in the premium Guineas Car Park, with entry via Gate 20 on Station Street. During September and October, Guineas Car Park Pass holders are to park in the Members Car Park 1 due to restricted parking in Guineas Car Park.
Please contact us via email or call 1300 GO RACE (46 7223) for all enquiries.
Car Park Passes must be affixed to the inside of a car windscreen prior to the vehicle entering, and whilst the car remains in the Members’ Car Parks at all racecourses.
Free public parking is provided in the Centre Car Park on race days, with entry via the roundabout on the corner of Kambrook and Glen Eira Roads.
Frankston, Dandenong, Cranbourne and Pakenham lines depart regularly from Flinders Street to Caulfield Station, located directly opposite the course. The journey from the City takes approximately 15 minutes. Additional services are provided during peak times.
Racegoers can catch a Route 3 or 3a tram and alight at Stop 56. From the city, Route 3 travels along Swanston Street and St. Kilda Road and operates weekdays only. Route 3a travels along Swanston Street, St Kilda Road and St Kilda Beach and operates weekends only. The journey takes approximately 25 minutes. From East Malvern, Route 3/3a services travel along Waverley Road.
Access to Caulfield is available from Stud Park Shopping Shopping Centre, Wellington Road, Monash University (Clayton) and Chadstone Shopping Centre via SmartBus Route 900. Travel time from Stud Park is approximately 50 minutes. Route 624 buses from Kew, Auburn Station, Tooronga Station and Holmesglen Station also operate to Caulfield.
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