Buy Handmade Gifts & Homewares

Unique Australian handmade
Gifts and Homewares

Shop Now

As Featured and Showcased In

Our Australian Made Categories

Our Story

We have always liked travelling and exploring this wide brown land of ours, stopping in little towns, sampling the local produce, looking through local galleries, visiting the big regional markets. These wanderings resulted in the delightful discovery of a wide culture of skilled woodworking that existed in Australia which prompted us 16 years ago, to open a stall in Sydney’s Rocks Market with the idea that lots of other people would appreciate it too. We have since gone on to open our flagship Darling Harbour store, now closed after 13 years, our purpose built Hunter Valley Gallery and of course, our online shop

The genesis of our online shop originated with the next generation, our son, who we happily acknowledge dragged us, with only a little screaming and kicking, into the 21st century. But we remain a small family business with all the benefits that implies.

We have an intimate knowledge of our product range and your phone or email inquiries will be personally answered by one of the family team.

We have a broad range of products, all made using traditional techniques but with modern technology, good contemporary design and utilising our wonderful native timbers, among the best in the world.  We make every effort to ensure that the timber used in our products is sourced from sustainable forestry practices and our extended family of craftsmen all want to see our native forests looked after, being like us, admirers of the natural world.

Lastly, we are really proud to fly the Australian Made flag outside our gallery and on our website. All our products are guaranteed made in Australia by Australian artisans. Australian Woodwork is for those who want handmade quality over mass production, Australian made over imported, natural and long lasting over artificial, synthetic  and destined for the tip in one or two year’s time.

Australian Woodwork in essence? Sustainably sourced native timber, quality workmanship and design, Australian made Gifts brought to you with the personal service of a family run business.

From the Blog

It’s called Ironbark for a Reason

It’s called Ironbark for a Reason

Narrow-leaved Ironbark, or Eucalyptus crebra, is a durable Australian hardwood used in construction and woodworking. Managed by state bodies for sustainability, it thrives in diverse soils. Australian Woodwork prioritizes recycled sources for its...
Highlight on Silver Ash

Highlight on Silver Ash

Discover Silver Ash: prized in Australian forestry for its light timber and fine grain, central to furniture and boat-building. Its story blends sustainability with tradition, from historical applications to contemporary artistry at Australian...
The Iconic River Red Gum

The Iconic River Red Gum

River Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) is an iconic tree in Australia, prevalent along watercourses across the mainland. Esteemed for both ecological and economic reasons, particularly in the Murray-Darling basin, it reaches up to...
The Woodworkers Favourite, Australian Red cedar

The Woodworkers Favourite, Australian Red cedar

The Australian Red Cedar (Toona ciliata) is a vital rainforest tree found in Southeast Asia and Australia, reaching heights of 40-60 meters. Known for its soft, richly colored timber and cedar-like scent, it...
Chopping Board Showdown: The Hidden Dangers of Plastic Cutting Boards vs. the Benefits of Wooden Boards

Chopping Board Showdown: The Hidden Dangers of Plastic Cutting Boards vs. the Benefits of Wooden Boards

Explore the importance of choosing the right chopping board for culinary efficiency and health. Dive into the plastic vs. wooden board debate, focusing on hygiene, environmental impact, and durability. Learn about the health...

Free Shipping on Orders over $100

90 Days Money Back Guarantee

Worldwide Shipping

Australian Made & Owned

#AustralianWoodwork On Instagram

Hashtag your pics with #AustralianWoodwork to win FREE Gift Cards & Products!

You have successfully subscribed!
This email has been registered