Opening in June 2021 our shed is primarily focused on mental health, forming friendships and drawing people out of their homes and into a vibrant centre. We are more than a wood and metal workshop.
We manage the Gidgegannup Tool Library designed to provide resources for bushfire affected residents, and are working with BlazeAid to build a trailer and team to re-fence properties.
We run a milling program, harvesting jarrah slabs from fallen trees on local properties, with the intention of making the slabs into dining tables and giving them to members of the bushfire affected community.
In March 2022, we opened our shed doors to women, and have been running welding classes.
There is music sessions and men only time on Thursday afternoons.
Currently open to new members: Yes
Women members welcome
Cost to join per year: $55
Daily attendance fee: NA