Community Project Page

The Shed has undertaken projects to raise funds for charities and fundraisers within our region in 2023. One project was to frame five sports jerseys to help with raising funds for “Dicko” after his accident leaving him disabled and is now in a wheelchair… his friends have organised an auction for the shirts and other items at a local hotel in November 2023. Our shed donated, once they were completed, the frames for the five shirts…👍😃….

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We will undertake additional fundraising projects in the coming years, when the shed finally expands with the building of our new shed possibly next year….

This and other projects have helped the shed members to bond together and allowed some members to really become involved with shed projects. These members are willing now to help in any of the incoming projects in the future, below are the images of some of their projects.

Childrens Pikler Climbing Frame

Alkane Mines Project

Promo Christmas Decorations

Old Bank Pub Menu Stand

Dubbo Masonic Retirement Village Project

Orana Flooring Xtra Coffee Table

Burrabadine School Buddy Bench

Breeding Boxes for Southern Quolls'
100 + Breeding Boxes for Dubbo Western Plains Zoo
Birthday Present for an 85 y/o man
Tile donations
Totem Poles for the Dubbo Community Gardens
Woolies Raffle

The Shed has become an integral part of the Dubbo community, with requests for assistance with various projects from all aspects of the community. Projects include Santa’s Chair for Rotary, Various Businesses, the Base Hospital, Local Schools & Childcare Centre’s, Various Charities and Disability Groups, Overseas charity organisations to assist with the poor and impoverished to mention only a few. We assist people who find it hard to afford to pay full price to fix things, we also make various items that are of a one of nature, something that cannot normally be bought from a shop. So, if you need to have something made of a bespoke nature that you cannot find in a normal shop come and see us at the shed.