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Visitors love our new Gallery which is very spacious and showcases a wide variety of craft and furniture pieces made on the premises or by local artisans.For travelers who use our world travel planner, Australind holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Featured Wood Gallery & Museum and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
There is also a range of art work in different mediums by artists from the region.
Tourists love the small unique craft items to take home and remind them of this magnificent part of Australia.
Tables – Small & Large; TV Cabinets; Bed Heads; Wine Racks; CD/DVD Racks; Mirrors; Clocks. We make furniture to suit customers’ requirements. We use locally sourced jarrah, marri, sheoak and other varieties of timber.
The Museum (which gets a WOW on entry) focuses on Australian and American History.
There are larger than life displays on Ned Kelly, Woodworking, Local Aboriginals, the Bunbury Jetty, American Indians and the US Civil War.
Open: Open Daily 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm. Gallery Entry Free. Small Entry Fee to Museum.
Contact Details: John and Helen Ablett Telephone: 08 9797 2411
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Featured Wood Gallery & Museum reviews
My parents and I stopped over at this museum/gallery in Australind on our last day in the Bunbury géographe region. After having already had an amazing time on a our short getaway in the south west...
My parents and I stopped over at this museum/gallery in Australind on our last day in the Bunbury géographe region. After having already had an amazing time on a our short getaway in the south west... more »
The owner was very lovely and welcoming. Inside the museum has so much thought and planning put into it. Everything set out is just incredible He told us about some history inside Highly recommend..... more
The owner was very lovely and welcoming. Inside the museum has so much thought and planning put into it. Everything set out is just incredible He told us about some history inside Highly recommend..... more »
Awesome experience for me and my 10 year old! Great independent museum with heaps of really interesting stories about Australian and world history. John clearly takes pride in his woodwork and...
Awesome experience for me and my 10 year old! Great independent museum with heaps of really interesting stories about Australian and world history. John clearly takes pride in his woodwork and... more »
A really lovely visit!! The Wood Gallery itself is very cool and has some amazing pieces. We went to the Museum as well and really enjoyed the dioramas. Clearly a lot of love, effort and time has gone into creating it. Worth the visit and felt good to support a local West Australian business after the last two years!!
I've ben passing through Australind not until recently when I explored the little town. I was very impressed and would love to visit again. The museum is one spot to visit if you dont want to miss out on the beauties within the town. Managed by some very nice and friendly bloke called John and his son( 4th and 5th generation of a family owned outfit). He's done an amazing job collecting war memorabilias, arts n crafts, historical figures,equipment etc into the building and ensuring the sustainability of history. I'll recommend this place anytime for someone who appreciates history ( who shouldn't anyway). Great job John and thank you for the time.
This place is not well marked in the tourist maps but we thought it was a must visit. John's knowledge and talent is endless. The museum is filled with a huge collection of Australian and American items.
This is not a normal wood store, this is a hidden treasure that you must visit. The passion and the history this place has is something that words cannot express. The owner, is a magnificent storyteller that not only shares fascinating stories with you, he also teaches you life lessons to share with your kids and future generations. Our 15 year old, loved the visit and told us to come back next time around. Support local businesses and a massive thanks to the owner for making our day.
Absolutely beautiful pieces of woodwork, and a wonderful, eye opening museum too. Such a good experience and clearly done out of passion. Thank you so much for a wonderful experience that I'm certainly not going to forget any time soon! Would definitely come back if I'm in the area again!
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