Australian Workshop Creations

Bespoke personalised Wooden Signs with rustic charm

| Australian Woodcraft |  Fine Timber Boxes  | Unique Handmade Gifts  |

Made with love from natural sustainable timbers & oils.
Handcrafted & Custom Made
Heirloom Quality Pieces
▼  by woodworker Andrew Wilkerson  ▼
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Our Products

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Personalised Wooden Signs

Large variety of fonts and styles to choose from for your own custom wood sign. Andrew makes bar signs, house signs, engraved name plaque, man cave signs, signs with sayings & pictures.

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Wooden Boxes

Need a special wooden box for a loved one or a presentation box for that precious item you've had laying around? Andrew makes jewellery boxes, display cases, pen boxes, cufflinks boxes, watch boxes and more.

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Custom Made Work

Custom made woodwork. Australian made using the finest sustainable timber and materials. Andrew has a passion for hand tools and traditional woodwork joinery to ensure your custom made treasure will last generations and be passed down through your family.

Workshop News - 2019

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Environmentally Friendly

It’s important to know where timber comes from and if there are ethical practices involved in harvesting and sourcing from sustainable forests. Here at Australian Workshop Creations, we only use sustainable or ethically salvaged wood and natural oil finishes that are made in Australia of course.

We believe in preserving our old grown forests and national parks for future generations and keeping Aussie jobs here in the land down under.

Wood is simply the most perfect renewable resource and I think we should be proud of what we have in Australia, especially Victoria with our timber industry supporting so many Aussie families and industries in all our states and territories!

My thoughts on logging in Victoria.

Although many argue about how much we should or should not be logging in this state I think it’s important to find a balance so we can hold on to these important fundamental industries, especially when they work well and are profitable.

Let’s not forget they also support many other businesses and industry down the line, not just the local area and communities directly involved. (more…)

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Projects & News 2019


Workshop News
See My New Etsy Shop
FrogMillWoodCrafts.etsy.com

I’ve been using a lot more Victorian Ash since moving back
to Heyfield last year.
And going along to the trade days at ASH each month.
(Australian Sustainable Hardwoods)

Here’s one of my Vic Ash signs hanging on a gate.
Deep black engraved lettering, natural decking oil finish.

Looking forward to making many more Chopping Boards
and other Vic Ash products in the near future so stay tuned and let’s see what
we can do with this beautiful locally grown hardwood.

I’m excited to be back in my old workshop!

With a backlog of custom made signs over the Christmas period I’m only just
catching up on things now, I’ve been busy moving and arranging timber stock,
renovating my house in Heyfield and preparing some nice new Alpine Oak
(Victorian Ash) kitchen bench tops.

UPDATE :- The latest addition is a new Solid Jarrah Floor which I’m laying
down using offcuts from the mill.  Pics will be up when finished.
It only cost me $40 for a pallet of Jarrah!
It will look fantastic when it’s all done, especially with the Vic Ash bench tops.👌

Of all the timber I’ve purchased over the years these two bench tops are
going to be mine forever, I will be looking at them for the rest of my life
so it feels good to finally do a project for myself for a change.

Please bookmark this page or view and follow me on Instagram
and Facebook for the latest photos of my woodwork.
To see work in progress with an occasional tool restoration
and a sneak peek into hand tool techniques
visit my Woodworking Blog.

Thanks for your interest in my work.
Andrew Wilkerson