Members of the Warwick Men’s Shed recently made this bespoke play equipment for Little Tackers Childcare Centre. It is so well made that it is almost a shame to put them out in the weather.

Look at this beautiful cubby house built by the Warwick Men’s Shed and installed at Warwick East State School. Not long after it was installed, the river rose and the cubby was flooded. But it has now been officially opened.

At last these babies are ready to go to the Leyburn Sprints to turn into beautiful trophies for their celebrations in August. The timber was sourced locally, and all 165 trophies were hand made by the fellows at the Warwick Men’s Shed. A BIG job!

Seats for Everest Road Flora and Fauna Reserve

A Corn Thrasher restored for the Department of Primary Industries

Custom-made beehive for a local apiarist

Tables for Oaktree Retirement Village


Six solid picnic tables for Ridgemill Estate, Severnlea.

Three sturdy bridges were made at the request of the Southern Downs Challenge Horse Club Inc. The photo to the far left shows members of the Club making a donation to the Men’s Shed.

Weatherproof boxes were made in collaboration with Warwick Rotary Club. These boxes have been installed in parks around Warwick and are popular as a community book exchange.

Mowers that are no longer working are restored by WMS and resold at our regular Shed Sales.

WMS have refinished picnic sets to be used by the Ambulance staff in their lunch area.

These seats, restored by the WMS now sit outside the Warwick Police Station.

Members of the WMS have used old wooden pallets to create water-play tables for young children.

Wooden pallets have also been upcycled to produce planter boxes.

Dog kennels.