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Tolga Woodworks Gallery & Cafe

Kennedy Highway, Tolga, Queensland 4882, Australia
+61 7 4095 4488
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Some wonderful pieces of woodwork and art

An excellent regional gallery with both a range of quality work from local artisans, craftsmen and... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2018
RonWamberal
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Sydney, Australia
Worth The Drive

We last visited here 25 years ago and well remembered this place. Back then it was much smaller and... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2018
Essbeebee
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Adelaide, Australia
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Kennedy Highway, Tolga, Queensland 4882, Australia
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Reviewed 2 July 2018

An excellent regional gallery with both a range of quality work from local artisans, craftsmen and artists. Some serious woodworking is available and a range of whimsical artworks. Soemthing for everyone whether it is a serious piece of art or just a sense of fun....More

Thank RonWamberal
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Reviewed 15 May 2018

We last visited here 25 years ago and well remembered this place. Back then it was much smaller and was a real woodworks. Now it's more like an art gallery and has a café, both are good improvements. It still has plenty of exquisite woodwork...More

Thank Essbeebee
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Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

We stopped in here for afternoon tea and had a pot of tea and scone with jam and cream. The tea was good and strong and we each got our own pot of real tea with strainer and generous amounts of jam and cream with...More

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Reviewed 7 May 2018

This is our second visit to Tolga Woodworks and it is a definite must do when we visit the area. It's really more like an art gallery than a woodworks as there is a lot of "non-wood' art by local artists for sale as well....More

Thank travelnutSydney
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Reviewed 21 March 2018 via mobile

We only stopped here because the people we were traveling with is a wood turner. There was some beautiful pieces in there. A lot of time and patience would be needed for some of these works. Would be a good place if you have an...More

Thank Anthony R
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Reviewed 3 March 2018 via mobile

Bought some amazing pieces. Fantastic glass and wood pieces. Friendly staff. Glad we dropped in. There is also a cafe there but we were there for the art not to eat.

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Reviewed 6 October 2017

Nearly drove past the Gallery, but found it in time. Warmly met by staff. Had a good wander looking at all the exhibits and items for sale. Although not cheap. you can see the workmanship that has gone into creating the arts and crafts. You...More

Thank Allan C
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Reviewed 2 October 2017

Stunning gallery showcasing talented people - woodwork especially. A very hospitable environment. The café is great. We had Devonshire tea but I'm sure their light lunch is just as good. I'm a local from Cairns and will definitely be going back. I highly recommend the...More

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Reviewed 8 September 2017

All local artisan made products in glass, metal and especially timber. Did all my gift shopping in the one place and they are happy to ship home for you. Unique pieces made with obvious talent.

Thank Stephanie J
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Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

Three old fence posts on a stand for $360 is an example of the prices, several lovely hall tables but at a price tag over $3000 makes them inaccessible for most people

Thank DebB123123
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